A Latin square of side n defines in a natural way a finite geometry on 3n points, with three lines of size n and n2 lines of size 3. A Latin square of side n with a transversal similarly defines a finite geometry on 3n+1 points, with three lines of size n, n2−n lines of size 3, and n concurrent lines of size 4. A collection of k mutually
orthogonal Latin squares defines a geometry on kn points, with k lines of size n and n2 lines of size k. Extending the work of Bruen and Colbourn [A.A. Bruen, C.J. Colbourn, Transversal designs
in classical planes and spaces, J. Combin. Theory Ser. A 92 (2000) 88–94], we characterise embeddings of these finite geometries into
projective spaces over skew fields.