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241 terms
LATN201 ECCE III
M. Tullio Cicerone oratore et C. Anton…
condo, condere, conditi, conditus
ab urbe condita
sexcentesimus, -a, -um
ablative absolute, During the consulship of ... (63 B.C.)
to establish, found
ablative of time when, from the founding of the city (753 B.C.)
adj., 600th
M. Tullio Cicerone oratore et C. Anton…
ablative absolute, During the consulship of ... (63 B.C.)
condo, condere, conditi, conditus
to establish, found
9 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 17 Vocabulary
caupona, cauponae, F., 1st
caelum, caeli, N., 2nd
aedificium, aedificii, N., 2nd
caupo, cauponis, M., 3rd
inn
sky
building
innkeeper
caupona, cauponae, F., 1st
inn
caelum, caeli, N., 2nd
sky
9 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 24 Vocabulary
liber, librī (2nd)
ludi, ludōrum (2nd)
moles, molis (gen pl. molium) (3rd)
mons, montis (3rd)
book
games
mass, huge bulk
mountain, hill
liber, librī (2nd)
book
ludi, ludōrum (2nd)
games
19 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 19 Vocabulary
intrāvērunt
cēnō, cēnāre (1st)
cēna, cēnae (1st)
vōbīs
(they) entered
to dine, eat dinner
dinner
for you (pl.)
intrāvērunt
(they) entered
cēnō, cēnāre (1st)
to dine, eat dinner
15 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 23 Vocabulary
lectica, lecticae (1st)
turba, turbae (1st)
Curia, Curiae (1st)
gaudium, gaudii (n. 2nd)
litter
crowd
Senate House
joy
lectica, lecticae (1st)
litter
turba, turbae (1st)
crowd
20 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 18 Vocabulary
praecurrō, praecurrere (3rd)
homō, hominis (3rd)
sē praecipitant
praecipito, praecipitare (1st)
to run ahead
man
(they) hurl themselves, rush
to hurl, rush
praecurrō, praecurrere (3rd)
to run ahead
homō, hominis (3rd)
man
17 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 22 Vocabulary
patruus, patrī (2nd)
mandatum, mandatī (2nd n.)
sepulcrum, sepulcrī (2nd n.)
immemor, immemoris
uncle
order
tomb
(+ gen.) forgetful
patruus, patrī (2nd)
uncle
mandatum, mandatī (2nd n.)
order
15 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 20 Vocabulary
fabula, fabulae (1st)
mīles, mīlitus (3rd)
optimus, optima, optimum
nārrātus, nārrāta, nārrātum
story
soldier
best, very good
told
fabula, fabulae (1st)
story
mīles, mīlitus (3rd)
soldier
17 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 16 Vocabulary
iocus, iocī, m. (2nd)
animus, animī, m. (2nd)
in animō habēre
hospes, hospitis, m./f. (3rd)
joke, prank
mind
to intend
host, guest, friend
iocus, iocī, m. (2nd)
joke, prank
animus, animī, m. (2nd)
mind
22 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 25 Vocabulary
taberna, tabernae (1st)
poeta, poetae (1st)
lapis, lapidis (3rd)
excitatus, excitata, excitatum
shop
poet
stone
(adj.) wakened, aroused
taberna, tabernae (1st)
shop
poeta, poetae (1st)
poet
29 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 15 Vocabulary
rota, rotae, f. (1st)
plaustrum, plaustrī, n. (2nd)
nūbēs, nūbis, f. (gen. pl. nūbium) (3rd)
bōs, bovis, m./f. (3rd)
wheel
wagon, cart
cloud
ox, cow
rota, rotae, f. (1st)
wheel
plaustrum, plaustrī, n. (2nd)
wagon, cart
14 terms
Test pt 2. Thurs Latn
ecce autem elapsus Pyrrhi de caede Pol…
unus natorum Priami, per tela, per hos…
porticibus longis fugit et vacua atria…
saucius. illum ardens infesto vulvere…
Behold Polites, one of the sons of Priam, having escaped murd…
through weaponsand throug the enemy
he fled through the long corridor and surveys the empty atrium
wounded. Pyrrhus burning follows him with a deadly weapon,
ecce autem elapsus Pyrrhi de caede Pol…
Behold Polites, one of the sons of Priam, having escaped murd…
unus natorum Priami, per tela, per hos…
through weaponsand throug the enemy
11 terms
Ecce 57 A Translation
Ita bellis per totum orbem confectis O…
Ex eo rem publicam per quadraginta et…
Ante enim duodecim annis cum Antonio e…
Ita ab initio principatus eius usque a…
Thus, with wars throughout the whole world having been settle…
From that time he, alone, possessed the Republic through fort…
Before, for twelve years he had held with Antonius and Lepidu…
Thus, from the beginning of his principate all the way to the…
Ita bellis per totum orbem confectis O…
Thus, with wars throughout the whole world having been settle…
Ex eo rem publicam per quadraginta et…
From that time he, alone, possessed the Republic through fort…
11 terms
Ecce 57 B Translation
Germanorum ingentes copias cecidit, ip…
Hoc tamen bellum per Drusum, privignum…
Quo bello quadraginta captivorum milia…
Armeniam a Parthis recepit.
He killed huge numbers of German troops, he also moved them a…
However he administered this war through Drusus, his stepson,…
In this war he transferred 40,000 of captives out of Germany…
He took back Armenia from the Parthians.
Germanorum ingentes copias cecidit, ip…
He killed huge numbers of German troops, he also moved them a…
Hoc tamen bellum per Drusum, privignum…
However he administered this war through Drusus, his stepson,…
29 terms
#1 Quiz
Italia
pictura
puella
villa
Italy
picture
girl
country home
Italia
Italy
pictura
picture
44 terms
LATN 201 (Lesson 7-12) FINAL EXAM
amplus, ampla, amplum ... amplius (neut.…
civitas, civitatis, f.... (gen. pl. civit…
emo, emere, emi, emptus
leno, lenois, m.
large; a lot, much... more, any more, for more than
state; city, town
to buy, purchase
procurer, brothel-keeper
amplus, ampla, amplum ... amplius (neut.…
large; a lot, much... more, any more, for more than
civitas, civitatis, f.... (gen. pl. civit…
state; city, town
43 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 55 Translation (A-D)
M. Tulliō Cicerone oratore et C. Anton…
...annō urbe conditā sexcentesimō nona…
L. Sergius Catilina, nobilissimī gener…
...cum quibusdam clarīs quidem sed aud…
During the consulship of M. Tulles Cicero the orator and Gaiu…
...in the 691st year from the founding of the city...
L. Sergius Catilina, a man of a very noble family but of depr…
...with certain indeed brave but reckless men.
M. Tulliō Cicerone oratore et C. Anton…
During the consulship of M. Tulles Cicero the orator and Gaiu…
...annō urbe conditā sexcentesimō nona…
...in the 691st year from the founding of the city...
21 terms
NLP 11
fāma, -ae, f
bellus, -a, -um
vērus, -a, -um
dīves (dīvitis)
rumor, fame, name
pretty, handsome
true
rich
fāma, -ae, f
rumor, fame, name
bellus, -a, -um
pretty, handsome
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