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2_04 - 02.04 Reading Cyclopes Use the following passage to...

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02.04 Reading Cyclopes Use the following passage to answer the questions. Postea Graeci ad terram veniunt in qua gigantes habitant. Gigantes solum unum oculum habent. Unus eorum ( of them ), Polyphemus appellatus, erat crudelissimus ( most cruel ) et saepe homines devorabat. In spelunca eius ( his ), Graeci cibum et aquam inveniunt. Polyphemus afuit ( was away ), sed mox rediit ( returned ) et magnum saxum in portam speluncae posuit. Tum Graecos videt. Duos Graecos capit et edit; proximo die alios homines edit. Tum ex spelunca oves et capros ducit; eos ( them ) ad montes ubi edunt agit. Ulixes consilium ingeniosum ( clever ) consilium capit: Ubi Polyphemus redit, Graeci ei ( to him ) vinum forte donant; gigas bibit et somno vincitur. Ulixes et socii oculum Polyphemi palo acuto quem in igne posuerant penetrant. Gigas clare clamat, sed Graecos capere non potest quod caecus est. Proximo die Polyphemus saxum removet et ubi oves et capri excedunt, Graeci etiam---ligantur sub ovibus et capris! Alius ( another ) dolus Ulixis! Consilium Ulixis, autem, iram Neptuni
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