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Quintus Advenit Story
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Quintus ad villam advenit. Salvius e villa contendit et eum salutavit.
Quintus arrived at the house . Salvius hurried from the house and greeted him.
"mi Quinte!" inquit. "exspectatissimus es! cubiculum optimum
"My Quintus!" he said. "You are very welcome! We have prepared a very good bedroom for you."
Salvius Quintum in tablinum duxit, ubi Rufilla sedebat. Rufilla,
postquam familiarem suum salutavit, suaviter risit.
Salvius led Quintus into the study, where Rufilla was sitting. Rufilla, after she greeted her relative, smiled sweetly.
"cenam modicam tibi paravi," inquit. "tibi ostreas paravi et
garum Pompeianum. post cenam cubiculum tibi ostendere volo."
"I have prepared a little dinner for you," she said. "I prepared oysters and Pompeian sauce for you. After dinner I want to show you the bedroom."
Salvius, postquam Quintus cenam consumpsit, de urbe
Salvius, after Quintus ate dinner, was asking about the city of Pompeii.
"ubi in Campaniā militabam, saepe urbem Pompeios visitabam.
nonne illa clades terribilis erat?"
"When I was a soldier in Campania, I often visited the city Pompeii. Surely that was a terrible disaster, wasn't it?"
"cur Quintum nostrum vexas? non decorum est. difficile est
Quinto tantam cladem commemorāre."
Rufilla, interrupted, "Why do you annoy our Quintus? It is not right. It is difficult for Quintus to talk about so great a disaster."
Rufilla ad Quintum se convertit. "Fortasse, mi Quinte, fessus es. Cubiculum tibi paravi. Cubiculum non est ornatum. In eo sunt armarium modicum et candelabrum parvum"
Rufilla turned herself to Quintus. "Perhaps, my Quintus, you are tired. I have prepared a bedroom for you. The bedroom is not decorated. In it are a little chest and a small candelabra."
Salvius iratus nihil dixit. Quintus, postquam cubiculum vidit, exclamavit, "quam elegans est cubiculum! Ego nihil elegantius vidi."
Angry Salvius said nothing . Quintus , after he saw his room , cried out , " How elegant is the room ! I have seen nothing more elegant."
"Consentio," inquit Salvius. "Cubiculum tuum elegantius est quam tablinum meum."
"I agree ," said Salvius . "Your room is more elegant than my study."
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