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Work File 06.14 Read in English the beginning and end of the text. Translate the middle portion of the Latin text under each sentence. Regulus During the First Punic War, Regulus, a Roman consul, defeated in a naval battle a Carthaginian ship. Afterwards, Regulus, hoping to make peace, offered conditions of peace to the Carthagians. The conditions of peace were harsh. The Carthaginians refused to make peace. Xanthippus, a very skilled Spartan at war, had come to Carthage; he was the leader of the army. 1. Poeni Romanos vicerunt et Regulum ceperunt . The Phoenicians conquered the Romans and captured Regulus. 2. Post paucos annos, Poeni Regulum Romam miserunt . After a few years, the Carthaginians sent Regulus towards Rome 3. Regulus pacem facere ab Poenis iussus est. Regulus was ordered by the phoenicians to make a peace. 4. Is captivos permutare ab Poenis iussus est . He was ordered by the phoenicians to exchange captives. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course LAT 1121 taught by Professor Lisabunge during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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