S. 21 Senator Advenit
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mox tamen cephalus cubiculum rursus intravit
However soon Cephalus entered the bedroom again.
Memoremque dormientem excitavit
And woke up the sleeping memor
Memor simulac cephalum vidit
As soon as memor saw cephalus
he said angrily
Cur prohibes me dormire?
Why do you prevent me to sleep?
Cur mihi non pares?
Why do you not obey me?
Stultior es quam asinus.
You are more stupid than a donkey.
"Sed domine!" Inquit cephalus, "aliquid novi nuntiare volo"
"But master!" Said cephalus, "i want to announce something new"
Postquam hinc discessit
After i departed from here
mandata quae mihi dedisti effeci
i carried out the orders which you gave to me
Ubi tamen aegrotos fabrosque dimittebam
However, when i was sending away the invalids and craftsmen
senatorem thermis appropinquantem conspexi"
i caught sight of the senator approaching the baths.
Memor valde vexatus "quis est ille senator?" Inquit
Memor, having been very annoyed, said "Who is that senator?"
"unde venit? Senatorem videre nolo"
"From where does he come? I do not want to see the senator"
"melius est tibi hunc senatorem videre." Inquit cephalus "nam gaius salvius est"
"It is better for you to see the senator" said cephalus "for he is gaius salvius"
"num gaius salvius liberalis?" exclamavit memor. "Tibi non credo"
"Surely it is not Gaius Salvius liberalis?" Exclaimed memor. "I do not trust you"
Cephalus tamen facile ei persuasit
However cephalus easily persuaded him
quod salvius iam in aream thermarum equitabat
because salvius was now riding a horse into the courtyard of the baths.
Memor perterritus statim clamavit.
At once memor shouted terrified
"fer mihi togam! Fer calceos! Ornamenta mea ubi sunt?
"Bring my toga to me! Bring my shoes! Where are my badges of office?"
Voca servos! Quam felix sum!
Call the slaves! How happy i am!
Memor celerrime togam calceosque induit
Memor put on his shoes and toga very quickly.
Salvius huc venit vir summae auctoritatis quem colere maxime volo"
Salvius, a man of high authority comes here, whom i want to make friends with greatly"
Cephalus ei ornamenta tradidit ex armario raptim extracta.
Cephalus handed over the badges of honor to him, having been snatched out of the chest hastily.
Haruspex libertum innocentem vituperabat, libertus salvium.
The diviner was cursing the innocent freedman, the freedman cursed Salvius.
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having been proposed
having been ordered
having been built
having been promised
having been asked
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