3.04 Work File
Copy and paste the correct form of vir, puella and
flumen next to the corresponding form of celer.
02.08 Third Declension I stems
It's your turn! Grab your script and practice declining third declension nouns. Put
only the red words into Latin. Submit your work in the Assignment Area 02.08.
1. The hope of the citizens on Circe's island lay in being rel
01.14 Relative Pronouns
Please provide the proper English translation for each respective Latin relative pronoun
in the text below.
1. Baucis Philemonem qui erat coniunx eius (her) amavit.
Baucis loved Philemon _who_ was her spouse.
2. Mercurius et Iuppit
04.09 Reges Translation
Read in English the beginning and end of the test and translate the middle portion. Type
your translation below each numbered sentence.
Post mortem Romuli, Numa Pompilius, vir iustissimus, rex factus est. Is iure et legibus
Ulixes nunc omnia praeter (except) suam (his) navem
amiserat. Haec (this) navis ad insulam Aeaeam venit, quam
Circe, maga (witch) potens (powerful), regebat. Eurylochus
ab Ulixe insulam explorare iubetur.
Ulysses had now lost everything except his o
03.07 Work File
Read the beginning and end of the story in English and translate the middle portion using your
dictionary found in the Appendix of the course.
Ulysses had been transported to Ithaca on a ship of the Phaecians. Ulysses finds
Work File 04.04 People, Places, and Events
Identify the following people, places, and events via a one-sentence description
of their importance to Roman history. You may also include graphics.
This group provided many woman for the Latin. The Sabi
05.03 History Discussion Questions
Answer each of the following questions as you reach the lesson they relate to. You will
submit the completed workfile with lesson 7.08
1. (05.03) What part did geography play in Rome's ability to build an empire?
Work File 04.12
Read the following sentences and answer the questions below each sentence. Use the
charts in Lesson 04.12 to solve this exercise.
A. Adventu equitatus Romani, res Iudaeorum (gen. pl., of the Jews) mutaverunt.
1. What is the case of equitat
Work File 06.03
Life and Times of Julius Caesar
Fill in the blanks.
He was born in _12 July 100 BC_ (date) to a patrician family whose
members flattered themselves on being so ancient that they could trace their line
all the way back to a divine ancestres
After King Pedis was pushed into the river of Styx by an invisible force, he used his
unusually large feet to propel himself toward the shoreline. He then noticed that the
famed Demise Waterfall would swallow him before he made it to shore. His life
Lotophagi (Lotus Eaters)
Troia ceciderat. Ulixes, fessus, cum sociis Graecis ad Ithacam navem
navigabant. Sed magna tempestas navem propulsit; post novem dies ad terram
incognitam venerunt. Pauci nautae nunc ab Ulixe emissi sunt; eos (them) terram
06.05 Work File
Write the tense, voice, and translation of the infinitives.
1. capturus esse
Future active infinitive about to be captured
Present passive infinitive to be praised
Perfect active infinitive to have been w
04.08 Participles and the Ablative Absolute
Complete the sentences below by translating the PERFECT PASSIVE
PARTICIPLES below. Use the translation formulae '_ed' and your
DICTIONARY in the APPENDIX.
Example: servus oppressus hopes for freedom.
01.12 Homers World
Answer the following questions using the links in assignment 1.12
According to tradition, when did Homer live? What are the other
theories about when he lived and wrote?
During the eighth or ninth century. They think he was blind
05.11 Work File
Read the English at the beginning and end of the text. Then translate the middle
portion. Be sure to save your file, then, submit your work to your instructor in the 05.11
Tarquinius Priscus, qui a Romanis expulsu
05.09 Work File
For each quote below, determine the historical context. Click on the coin link for
1. refers to Augustus
2. - 8. refer to Julius Caesar
9. refers to Cato the Elder
1. I found Rome a city of brick and left it a city of marble.
Decline both homo parvus and pax longa .
Hint: be sure to get the correct stem of both nouns.
Fabula Cincinnati est fabula virorum Romanorum multorum.
The story of Cincinnatus is the story of many Roman heroes.
Pro Roma Cincinnatus viros multos duxit. Etiam erat agricola.
Cincinnatus led many heroes
Work File 04.03 History Webquest
Type in the answer to each question:
1. 1. This painting depicts one of the two symbols of Rome and portrays
the beginning of Rome's history, the monarchy. What happened to
each of the babies? What was the date of the foun
Poeni Romanos vicerunt et Regulum ceperunt.
The Carthaginians defeated the Romans and captured Regulus.
Post paucos annos, Regulus ad urbem Romae ab Poenis missus
After a few years, Regulus went to Rome from Carthaginians.
Poeni Regulum pacem facere e
The Battle of Zama consisted of the Romans against Hannibal and his Carthaginian
army. They met in Zama Regia in northern Africa. The Romans won the battle
marking the end of the Second Punic War. The terms of peace weakened Carthage so
they could ne
Work File 06.06
1. Use the following vocabulary to identify the dress and equipment of our Roman legionnaire:
caligae, cassis, pilum, scutum, lorica
1. caligae: leather boot
2. cassis: helmet
3. pilum: javelin
4. scutum: shield
5. lorica: body armor
01.17 Relative and Interrogative Pronouns
In assignment 01.17, you will do the following:
translate Latin sentences into standard English
identify and distinguish between relative pronouns, interrogative pronouns,
and interrogative adjectives
Quid est Qui
Stage 16 rex spectaculum dat I II
hora _ nomen _ # _
rex cum multis hospitibus in aula cenabat. Salvius et Quintus
prope regem recumbebant. Britanni cibum laudabant, Romani
vinum. omnes hospites regi gratias agebant.
Subito Belimicus tardus intravit.
SEQUENCING: Unit 2: Stage 17, page 100-1
Donna White and Tom Keller
After reading Mercator Arabs, please close your textbook
and put the following Latin sentences into the proper sequential
_ A. postquam nox venit, me
Quintus gave several reasons why he thought that Romans were better than Greeks. Illustrate two
of his reasons.
After Quintus gave his opinion, Alexander stood and spoke. Draw an illustration of why he
thought Greeks were better than
Masada, Part I
Stage 29, page 157
Directions: Translate the following sentences, then fill in the boxes below to indicate the parts of
1. ex carcere obscr, ubi captv custdibantur, trsts clmrs tollbantur.
LUDI FUNEBRES , Part II
Stage 15, pages 61-62
Directions: The following sentences are from the story ludi funebres, part II. Illustrate the sentences in
cartoon format and label the boat, color, tribe, and helmsman of each boat. On a separate sheet of pap