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Cūriāti? horātium petunt sed quod vulnerāt? sunt

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Cūriātiī Horātium petunt sed, quod vulnerātī sunt, magnīs intervallīs currunt. The Curatti loks for Horatius, but because they are wounded, they run with large gaps between them. Itaque, ubi ūnus Cūriātius frātrēs praeterit, Horātius sē vertit et eum nectat. And so, when Curatius passes his brother, the Horatius turns himself and kills him.Iterum effugit Horātius; iterum sē vertit et ūnum ē Cūriātiīs necat. Again the Horatius flees, again he turns himself and kills another Curatti. Hōc modō omnēs trēs Cūriātiōs necat Horātius ūnus. In this way the one Horatius kills all three Curatii. Victor est Horātius et victoriam bellī habent Rōmānī. The Horatius is the winner, and the Romans have the victory of the war. 1. With whom were the Romans fighting? The Romans were fighting with the Albans. 2. Were the Romans and Albans eager to fight? No the Romans and Albans were not eager to 3. Why or why not? 4. What do the Romans do before joining battle?
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