Britannia_Perdomita - Britannia Perdomita Part 1 Grammar In...

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Britannia PerdomitaPart 1: GrammarIn the passage “Britannia Perdomita”, list ALL comparative and superlative adjectives, translate them, and identify what noun they are modifying. See the example below:Example:Line 21: mendacissimus, a very big liar, modifies servus.Line 30: Summos, highest, modifies CogidubnusLine 36: Nulli Perfidiores, none are more untrustworthy, modifies RomaniLine 37: Stultissimus, most stupid, modifies SalviusPart 2: Interpretive Task Comprehension GuideIntermediate LevelI. Main IdeaUsing information from the reading, outline the main plotof the story in English.Cogidubnus comes to confront Memor for instructing Cephalus to kill him. He shows Memor a letter that Cephalus had a servant deliver that “omnis patefecit”. Salvius, who is defending Memor, retailates and tells Cogidubnus that the Emperor instructed that Slavius would take over Cogidubnus’ kingdom. Slavius claims it is because Cogidubnus is arrogant, though Cogidubnus thinks it is due to his race.
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