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my fault

mea culpa

it does not follow; it is not logical

non sequitur

peace be with you

pax vobiscem

beware of the dog

cave canem

for the public good

pro bono publico (pro bono)

always ready

semper paratus

course of life (a resume)

curriculum vitae (vitae)

friend of the court

amicus curiae

before the war

ante bellum

in the whole

in toto

on the first appearance

prima facie

second self

alter ego

let the buyer beware

caveat emptor

under the rosebush (in secret)

sub rosa

The famer was working on the farm.

agricola in fundo laborabat.

The slaves were writing long letters.

servi epistulas longas scribebant.

Philus is able to count the money.

Philus pecuniam numerare potest.

Salvius is the master. Salvius wants to inspect the slaves and the farm.

Salvius est dominus. Salvius servos et fundum inspicere vult.

The slaves are not satisfied. The slaves do not want to remain in the house.

servi contenti non sunt. servi in villa manere nolunt.

It is difficult for Cogidubnus to hurry, because he is an old man.

difficule est Cogidubnoo festinarre, quod senex est.

We do not want to see the show.

spectaculum videre nolumus.

I do not want to remain in the house.

in villa manere nolo.

Julius Caesar; 55 B.C.

Who was the first Roman general to lead his troops into Britain? When did he do this?

Gnaeus Julius Agricola

Who was Britain's most famous Roman Governor?

Towns were laid out and built on a Roman style grid system and centered about a forum.

In what way did Roman occupation affect British architecture and city design?

Latin became the main language of official business, law, and commerce.

In what way did Roman influence affect law and commerce in Britain?

Nearly 400 years

For how long did the British live under Roman rule?

The replacement of round huts by rectangular buildings by using Roman tools. They also used new materials such as brick and tile.

Give one sign of Roman influence on the Britons.


Name one food Romans introduced to Britain.

They built a road through their sacred land.

What was one example of how the Romans manifested the belief that their culture was superior to that of the Celts?

granary, pieces of metal, and a helmet

In excavations at Fishbourne, what 3 things have been found that date back to the time of the Roman invasion?

to make Roman more modern

What was the goal in the construction of Fishbourne palace?

Singular: Plural:
Nominative: a ae
Dative: ae as
Accusative: am as
Ablative: a is

1st Declension Case Endings

Singular: Plural:
Nominative: us i
Dative: o is
Accusative: um os
Ablative: o is

2nd Declension Case Endings

Singular: Plural:
Nominative: * es
Dative: i ibus
Accusative: em es
Ablative: e ibus

3rd Declension Case Endings

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