Here are some old readings scrounged up from the depths of my hard drive – I slowed them down and cleaned them up as best as I could so they could serve as useful tools to Latin students. These were originally recorded on tapes, so don’t mind the blurriness of the voice at the beginning – it clears up quickly.
Livy – On Hannibal and the Punic War (Books XXI & XXII)
Sallust – Jugarthine Wars
Marcus Tullius Cicero – Catalinarian Orations
Marcus Tullius Cicero – Republic
Julius Caesar – The Gallic Wars (Book I)
Seneca the Younger – On the Shortness of Life
Seneca the Younger – On Peace of Mind