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34 terms
AP Latin, lines 52-80
antrum, i
carcer, eris
celsus
cor, cordis
cave
prison
lofty, towering
heart
antrum, i
cave
carcer, eris
prison
15 terms
AP Latin Vergil Lines
(1.1) Arma virumque cano, Troiae qui p…
(1.2) Italiam, fato profugus, Laviniaq…
(1.3) litora, multum ille et terris ia…
(1.4) vi superum saevae memorem Iunoni…
I sing of arms and a man, who first (arrived) from the shores…
having been exiled by fate, to Italy and the Lavinian (shores)
shores, (I sing of) that man, having been thrown around a lot…
by the power of the gods and on account of the memory and ang…
(1.1) Arma virumque cano, Troiae qui p…
I sing of arms and a man, who first (arrived) from the shores…
(1.2) Italiam, fato profugus, Laviniaq…
having been exiled by fate, to Italy and the Lavinian (shores)
19 terms
ap latin lines 494-508
chorus chori m
iugum iugi n
ius iuris n
lex legis f
chorus, band of nymphs
yoke (of a plow)
law, right, justice
law, statute
chorus chori m
chorus, band of nymphs
iugum iugi n
yoke (of a plow)
23 terms
ap latin lines 180-194
arcus arci m
armentum armenti n
cervus cervi m
cornu cornus n
bow
herd
deer
horn
arcus arci m
bow
armentum armenti n
herd
15 terms
ap latin lines 131-141
aula aulae f
domus domus/i f
fiducia fiduciae f
fuga fugae f
hall, place
house
trust
flight
aula aulae f
hall, place
domus domus/i f
house
39 terms
Latin AP lines 34-49
aequor aequoris n
dīvus a um
dō dāre dedī datum
gens gentis f
surface of ocean
divine
to give
race
aequor aequoris n
surface of ocean
dīvus a um
divine
28 terms
Latin AP lines 12-22
currus currūs m
gens gentis f
Libya Libyae f
ops opis f
chariot
race, clan, descendant
libya (carthage)
wealth, resources
currus currūs m
chariot
gens gentis f
race, clan, descendant
41 terms
ap latin lines 81-91
ac
ater a um
caelum caelī n
dico dicere dixi dictum
and
dark
sky
to say
ac
and
ater a um
dark
31 terms
ap latin lines 50-64
arx arcis f
facio facere feci factum
iubeo iubere iussi iussum
locus loci m
citadel
to do, make
to order
place
arx arcis f
citadel
facio facere feci factum
to do, make
26 terms
latin ap lines 65-80
corpus corporis n
divus a um
facio facere feci factum
forma formae f
body
divine
make, do
shape, beauty
corpus corporis n
body
divus a um
divine
11 terms
AP Latin Lines 268-297
Tempus erat quo prima quies mortalibus…
In somnis, ecce, ante oculis maetissim…
Ei mihi, qualis erat, quantum mutatus…
squalentem barbam et concretos sanguin…
It was the time when first sleep begins for tired mortals and…
In sleep, behold, before my eyes very sad Hector seemed to ap…
Alas for me, what sort was he how much changed from that Hect…
he was bearing a dirty beard and hair matted with blood and t…
Tempus erat quo prima quies mortalibus…
It was the time when first sleep begins for tired mortals and…
In somnis, ecce, ante oculis maetissim…
In sleep, behold, before my eyes very sad Hector seemed to ap…
19 terms
Latin AP Vocab lines 1-13
ora, orae, F
profugus, profuga, profugum
litus, litoris, N
iacto, iactare, iactavi, iactatus
shore, coast
exiled
shore, coast
throw out
ora, orae, F
shore, coast
profugus, profuga, profugum
exiled
7 terms
AP Latin Lines 559-580
At me tum primum saevus circumstetit h…
Respicio et quae sit me circum copia l…
[Iamque adeo super unus eram, cum limi…
Illa sibi infestos eversa ob Pergama T…
But then at first harsh horror surrounded me. I was dazed; Th…
I look back and I see what forces are around me. All the tire…
[And now to this point I was the only one left behind, when I…
She fearing beforehand the Trojans hostile to her because of…
At me tum primum saevus circumstetit h…
But then at first harsh horror surrounded me. I was dazed; Th…
Respicio et quae sit me circum copia l…
I look back and I see what forces are around me. All the tire…
21 terms
AP latin lines 124-141
misceo ere ui
refusus a um
prospicio ere spexi spectus
effo effere extuli elatus
mix
poured back
look out
lift
misceo ere ui
mix
refusus a um
poured back
19 terms
ap latin vocab lines 509-529
concursus concursus m
copia copiae f
ferrum ferri n
metus metus m
gathering, crowd
supply, opportunity
iron
fear
concursus concursus m
gathering, crowd
copia copiae f
supply, opportunity
34 terms
ap latin vocabulary lines 102-122
aestus aestus m
ara arae f
caput capitis n
cumulus cumuli n
heat, tide
altar
head
heap, mound
aestus aestus m
heat, tide
ara arae f
altar
13 terms
AP Latin lines 581-620
Occiderit ferro Piamus? Troia arserit…
Non ita. Namque etsi nullum memorabile…
exstinxisse nefas tamen et sumpsisse m…
Talia iactabam et furiata mente fereba…
Will Priam have died by sword? Will Troy have burned by fire?…
Not so. For even if there is no memorable name in the punishm…
nevertheless I will be praised to have extinguished this unsp…
I was tossing about such things and I was being carried by th…
Occiderit ferro Piamus? Troia arserit…
Will Priam have died by sword? Will Troy have burned by fire?…
Non ita. Namque etsi nullum memorabile…
Not so. For even if there is no memorable name in the punishm…
56 terms
AP Latin Aeneid Lines 527 - 214
Non nos aut ferro Libycos poulare pena…
aut raptas ad litora vertere praedas;
non ea vis animo nec tanta superbia vi…
Est locus,
We have not come either to plunder with sword the Libyan hous…
or to turn to the shores captured preys;
that violence is not in the mind nor such pride to us having…
There is a place,
Non nos aut ferro Libycos poulare pena…
We have not come either to plunder with sword the Libyan hous…
aut raptas ad litora vertere praedas;
or to turn to the shores captured preys;
58 terms
AP Latin Aeneid Book IV Lines 659-
"moriemur inultae, sed moriamur" ait. "
sic, sic iuvat ire sub umbras.
Hauriat hunc oculis ignem crudelis ab…
et nostrae secum ferat omina mortis."
"We will die unavenged, but let us die.
In this way, in this way it is pleasing to go under the shades.
Let the cruel Dardanian drink in this fire with his eyes from…
and let him carry off with himself omens of my death."
"moriemur inultae, sed moriamur" ait. "
"We will die unavenged, but let us die.
sic, sic iuvat ire sub umbras.
In this way, in this way it is pleasing to go under the shades.
AP Latin vocab list lines 588-620
Offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatus
Purus -a -um
(Re)fulgeo -ere, fulsi, fulsus
Almus -a -um
To present
Brilliant
To shine
Dear
Offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatus
To present
Purus -a -um
Brilliant
19 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocab Lines 559-568
fremo, -ere, -uī, -itus
breviter
vultus, -ūs
demittō, -ere, -sī, -ssus
...
...
...
...
fremo, -ere, -uī, -itus
...
breviter
...
AP Latin Aeneid Lines 527 - 214
Non nos aut ferro Libycos poulare pena…
aut raptas ad litora vertere praedas;
non ea vis animo nec tanta superbia vi…
Est locus,
We have not come either to plunder with sword the Libyan hous…
or to turn to the shores captured preys;
that violence is not in the mind nor such pride to us having…
There is a place,
Non nos aut ferro Libycos poulare pena…
We have not come either to plunder with sword the Libyan hous…
aut raptas ad litora vertere praedas;
or to turn to the shores captured preys;
AP Latin Aeneid lines 201-297
Laocoon, ductus Neptuno sorte sacerdos,
sollemnis taurum ingentem mactabat ad…
Ecce autem gemini a Tenedo tranquilla…
pectora quorum inter fluctus arrecta j…
Laocoon, a priest for Neptune chosen by lot,
was sacrificing an enormous bull to the solemn altars.
Behold moreover two serpents with immense coils (I shudder re…
whose chests raised among the waves and bloody manes overcome…
Laocoon, ductus Neptuno sorte sacerdos,
Laocoon, a priest for Neptune chosen by lot,
sollemnis taurum ingentem mactabat ad…
was sacrificing an enormous bull to the solemn altars.
AP Latin Aeneid lines 418 - 533
corripuere viam interea,
qua semita monstrat.
Jamque ascendebant collem,
qui plurimus urbi imminet adversasque…
they hastened down their way meanwhile,
by which the path points.
And now they were ascending the hill,
which overhangs the city with imposing size and faces the opp…
corripuere viam interea,
they hastened down their way meanwhile,
qua semita monstrat.
by which the path points.
AP Latin Aeneid Lines 1 - 64
Arma virumque cano,
Trojae qui primus ab oris Italiam fato…
multum ille et terris jactatus et alto…
saeve memorem Junonis ob iram,
I sing of arms and a man,
who first exiled by fate came from the shores of Troy to Ital…
that one having been tossed greatly both on lands and on the…
on account of the unforgetting anger of cruel Juno,
Arma virumque cano,
I sing of arms and a man,
Trojae qui primus ab oris Italiam fato…
who first exiled by fate came from the shores of Troy to Ital…
AP Latin Aeneid Lines 65 - 123
"Aeole, namque tibi divum pater atque…
gens inimica mihi Tyrrhenum navigat ae…
incute vim ventis summersasque obrue p…
aut age diversos et disjice corpora po…
"Aeolus, indeed to you the father of the divine and the king…
a nation unfriendly to me sails the Tyrrhenian sea bringing T…
strike force to the winds and overwhelm the sunken ships,
or drive the scattered and disperse bodies on the sea.
"Aeole, namque tibi divum pater atque…
"Aeolus, indeed to you the father of the divine and the king…
gens inimica mihi Tyrrhenum navigat ae…
a nation unfriendly to me sails the Tyrrhenian sea bringing T…
AP Latin Aeneid Lines 184 - 209
Navem in conspectu nullam, tris litore…
hos tota armenta sequuntur a tergo et…
Constitit hic arcumque manu celerisque…
fidus quae tela gerebat Achates,
He sees no ship in view, 3 stage straying on the shore;
full herds follow these from the rear and a long line feeds t…
He stopped here and he snatched a bow and swift arrows in hand,
which weapons faithful Achates was carrying,
Navem in conspectu nullam, tris litore…
He sees no ship in view, 3 stage straying on the shore;
hos tota armenta sequuntur a tergo et…
full herds follow these from the rear and a long line feeds t…
AP Latin Aeneid Lines 124 - 183
Interea magno misceri murmure pontum e…
et imis stagna refusa vadis, graviter…
et alto prospiciens summa placidum cap…
Disjectam Aeneae toto videt aeqore cla…
meanwhile Neptune felt that the sea is stirred and the storm…
and the depths are poured back in the lowest shallows by a gr…
and seeing on the deep he raised a calm head on the highest w…
He percieves the fleet of Aeneas dispersed on the whole sea,
Interea magno misceri murmure pontum e…
meanwhile Neptune felt that the sea is stirred and the storm…
et imis stagna refusa vadis, graviter…
and the depths are poured back in the lowest shallows by a gr…
145 terms
AP Latin Virgil Lines 494-578
catevera, catervae (f)
chorus, i (m)
Cynthus, ī (m)
dēfīgō, dēfigere, dēfīxī, dēfīxus
band, troop, crowd
chorus, dance, band
mountain in Delos, birthplace of Apollo and Diana
to fix, fasten
catevera, catervae (f)
band, troop, crowd
chorus, i (m)
chorus, dance, band
AP Latin: Lines 160-172 Vocabulary List
Passim
Nepos
Amnes
Speluncam
Widely scattered, here and there
Grandson, descendant
River, stream
Cave
Passim
Widely scattered, here and there
Nepos
Grandson, descendant
AP Latin: Lines 272-284 Vocabulary List
Procul
Aspectu
Obmutuit
Ambire
In the distance, far off
Sight, vision
Be dumbstruck, become silent
Visit in rotation
Procul
In the distance, far off
Aspectu
Sight, vision
AP Latin Vocab Lines 34-64
Vix
E
Telluris
Vela
Scarce
Out of
Land
Sail
Vix
Scarce
E
Out of
AP Latin: Lines 40-56 Vocabulary List
Avectos
Carere
Inclusi
Occultantur
Go away
Lack
Insert, close
Hide
Avectos
Go away
Carere
Lack
AP Latin: Lines 23-33 Vocabulary List
Metuens
Necdum
Exciderant
Repostum
Fearing
And not even yet
Fallen from, dropped out
Put back, replace, restore
Metuens
Fearing
Necdum
And not even yet
88 terms
AP Latin Vocab Lines 157-179
Defessus, a, um
Aeneades, Aeneadae
proxima
cursus, us (cursu)
tired
m. companions of Aeneas, Trojans
nearby
m. running, journey (at a run, quickly)
Defessus, a, um
tired
Aeneades, Aeneadae
m. companions of Aeneas, Trojans
AP Latin: Lines 320-339 Vocabulary List
Odere
Infensi
Pudor
Adibam
Hate
Angry, hostile
Shame, conscience
Come to, approach
Odere
Hate
Infensi
Angry, hostile
AP Latin: Lines 12-22 Vocabulary List
Contra
Dives
Studiis
Opum
Opposite, against
Rich, wealthy in
Enthusiasm, pursuit
Power, ability, resources
Contra
Opposite, against
Dives
Rich, wealthy in
AP Latin: Lines 259-271 Vocabulary List
Alatis
Magalia
Plantis
Stellatus
Having wings, winged
Huts, tents
Sole of a foot, foot
Starry, starred
Alatis
Having wings, winged
Magalia
Huts, tents
AP Latin: Lines 148-161 Vocabulary List
Veluti
Coorta est
Seditio
Faces
Just as
Rises
Riot
Torches
Veluti
Just as
Coorta est
Rises
AP Latin: Lines 124-147 Vocabulary List
Fiducia
Praestat
Commissa
Luetis
Trust, confidence
Surpass
Misdeed, offense
Atone for, pay for
Fiducia
Trust, confidence
Praestat
Surpass
AP Latin: Lines 494-508 Vocabulary List
Miranda
Obtutu
Defixus
Stipante
Remarkable, amazing
Gaze
Fixed on, focus
Compress, crowd around
Miranda
Remarkable, amazing
Obtutu
Gaze
AP Latin: Lines 539-550 Vocabulary List
Barbara
Morem
Harenae
Cient
Foreign, strange, barbarous, uncivilized
Custom, ritual, manner
Sand
Arouse, stir up
Barbara
Foreign, strange, barbarous, uncivilized
Morem
Custom, ritual, manner
AP Latin: Lines 225-249 Vocabulary List
Delubra
Lapsu
Dracones
Clipei
Shrine, temple
Sliding, slithering
Snake, serpent
Shield
Delubra
Shrine, temple
Lapsu
Sliding, slithering
AP Latin: Lines 173-197 Vocabulary List
Extemplo
Mobilitate
Viget
Adquirit
At once, immediately
Movement, moving
Be powerful, flourish
Obtain, acquire
Extemplo
At once, immediately
Mobilitate
Movement, moving
AP Latin: Lines 198-218 Vocabulary List
Satus
Immania
Excubias
Pecudum
Beget, sow
Savage, brutal
Guard, sentinel
Livestock, herd
Satus
Beget, sow
Immania
Savage, brutal
AP Latin: Lines 565-578 Vocabulary List
Genus
Virtutes
Incendia
Obtunsa
Tribe, race, clan
Manliness, excellence in battle, valor
A burning, fire, conflagration
Blunt, weaken, exhaust, make dull
Genus
Tribe, race, clan
Virtutes
Manliness, excellence in battle, valor
AP Latin: Lines 50-63 Vocabulary List
Volutans
Loca
Feta
Vastro
Roll, turn over, think about
Place
Abounding
Huge, immense
Volutans
Roll, turn over, think about
Loca
Place
AP Latin: Lines 34-49 Vocabulary List
Conspectu
Telluris
Vela
Spumas
Sight
Ground, earth, land, country
Sails
Foam, froth
Conspectu
Sight
Telluris
Ground, earth, land, country
AP Latin: Lines 285-299 Vocabulary List
Aptent
Novandis
Aditus
Mollissime
Fit out, outfit
Create, build
Approach, entry
Kindest
Aptent
Fit out, outfit
Novandis
Create, build
AP Latin Vocab Lines 1-80
laedō
excidium
foveō
sinō
laedo, laedere, laesī, laesus; to strike, hurt, offend, thwart
excidiī, n.; destruction, overthrow
fovēre, fovī, fōtus; to cherish, fondle
sinere, sīvī, situs; to permit, allow
laedō
laedo, laedere, laesī, laesus; to strike, hurt, offend, thwart
excidium
excidiī, n.; destruction, overthrow
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