← CLE level 3 part 3 Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Dido queen of Carthage with whom Aeneas stayed on his travels to Italy. Her love, his rejection, and her ultimate suicide feature prominently in book 4 of the Aeneid. dies irae day of wrath: the day of Judgment in Christian belief. Doric an order of architecture feature un-ornamented capitals and large blockish columns without fluting. a very simple but massive order. dulce et decorum est pro patria mori it is sweet and right to die for one's country: written by Horace in his odes elegiac a meter of poetry where a line of dactylic hexameter is followed by a line of dactylic pentameter. Popular among non-epic poets in Rome like Catullus. Eleusinian mysteries secret rites for the ceremonies to honor the cults of Dionysus. encomium the praise of a person or idea Epicureanism a branch of philosophy originating in Greece but popular in the late Roman Republic and Empire. Formed by Epicurus, a student of the atomist Democritus. Often associated with hedonism as a central tenant is that pleasure (in moderation) is an ideal. Eris goddess of disharmony or strife. esse quam videri to be rather than to seem. from Cicero's De Amicitia. it is better to walk the walk than merely talk the talk, as they say. Euclid philosopher/mathematician from Alexandria (around 300 BC) considered the inventor of geometry. Euripides Greek tragedian (480-406 BC) famous for his telling of women in mythology like Medea, the Trojan Women, and Iphegenia. ex cathedra from the throne: in particular an edict set from the Pope's throne. It suggests papal infallibility as his words are inspired from God. exordium the introduction of a passage, especially in rhetoric. felicity the state of being happy or joyous fl. abbreviation of floruit floruit he flourished: it is a term used to describe someone's active period as opposed to their entire life span. flagrante delicto in the blazing crime; it is the Latin equivalent of saying that someone was caught "red-handed" four causes (Aristotle) how Aristotle explained change. the form of the object, it's material composition, the agent bringing about the change, and the purpose of the change (formal, material, efficient, and final causes). four elements the 4 constitutional elements that make up all objects. It is the majority of the balance resulting that gives each item its particular qualities as the ancients believed: air, fire, earth, water.