1. parco-unwilling to spend money or use resources
2. minimus-to make smaller
4. amor-showing, feeling, or relating to sexual desire
5. dirus-presaging disaste
1. an earlier event or action that is regarded as an example or guide to be
considered in subsequent similar circumstances.
2. the action of receding; motion
(Lberlis)Generous; Free Thinking
(Mrus)A wall-painting or Drawing
(Placet)to sooth or pacify
(Rapit)To seize or take by force
(sollicitus)anxious, concerned, eager
Word Study Page 83
1. They all have the er endings, which comes from
Dolegere: depression to laughter as to be in pain is to rejoice
Quisquam: Old to young as no one is to anyo
Today Pompeians are at leisure. Masters and servants are not working. Many
The number obtained by division (Quot)
A remark that class attention to something or someon
Practicing the Language
1. Modestus was walking through the streets of the (oppidi) town searching for
2. Gutta, having been kind to the man, was giving help to his (amico) friend often.
3. Rubria, who was working in the shop, offered wine t
Angry Modestus (cucurrit) ran into the kitchen. Having entered the kitchen, he
(invenit) found to the busy cook. The cook was preparing food.
Where are the coins which you gave to me? (clamavit) shouted Modestus.
The cook, when he saw irritated Modestus,
mercator e villa discessit
The merchant left from the house
ancillae in villa dormiebant
The slave-girls were sleeping in the house
leones gladiatorem conspexerunt
The lions caught sight of the gladiator
liberti ad portum festinaverunt
Also, many Britains with their wives and children, went to the palace. There was a
big crowd in the street. Then Varica, who was riding with the forerunners, returned
to Salvius. Master, it is difficult for us to proceed through the street, which these
Practicing Language B
1. "domina", inquit Domitilla, nos cubiculum tibi parare POTERAMUS quod bene
"Mistress" said Domitilla, "We WERE ABLE to prepare the bedroom for you because
we have worked well." (The clue is in the word "nos", "we", th
among, at the house of
Deleo, Delere, Delevi
Deus (dei, di)
Salvius, when he heard about the death of Cogidubnus, left the military camp. He
journeyed along the province to the palace where he received the will. He remained
there for nine days looking after Cogidubnus things. On the tenth day, again having
Tommy Viola October 30th, December 2015
30th October 2015
The story of Phaethon starts off as him being the son of Helios and Klymene. He
was said to be a very active young man. He did many things and loved th
1. agricola gladiatorem laudavit
The farmer praised the gladiator
2. servus agricolam interfecit
The slave killed the farmer
3. centurio servos laudavit
The centurion praised the slaves
4. puer actores ad amphitheatrum duxit
The boy led the actor
Pg. 166 Lines 23-End
After Quintus explained this opinion, the Pompeian juveniles vehemently applauded
and praised him. At last Alexander stood up. The Pompeian juveniles quieted and
watched Alexander intently. You Romans are pathetic. You have a great em
Part D Pg.149
ancilla domino cibum ostendit
The slave girl showed the food to the master.
agricola uxori anulum emit
The farmer bought the ring for the wife.
servus Metellae togam tradidit
The servant handed over the toga to Metella.
What was one of the most popular Roman entertainments?
Where was it held?
In an amphitheater
Description of Amphitheater:
Large, oval building without a roof, with tiers of seats surrounding an arena
What was the policy on admission fees?
a toilet that is cleaned of waste by the flow of water through it (Lavo, Lavare, Lavi)
harmful to living things(deleo, delere, delevi)
found in the ordinary course of events(cotidie)
act of giving in common with o
How happy I am! Yesterday, my bow was dedicated to the Emperor. Yesterday Salvius
promised me a huge prize. I looked for a reward.
I am worried. The praised Emperor sought after the bow. However, no reward was
sent to me from the groun
C pg. 186
1. nos Afro favemus
We favor Afer
2. vos amicis creditis
You (plural) trust your friends
3. mercatores candidato nostro non credunt
The merchants do not trust the candidate
4. pistores mercatoribus respondent
The bakers answer the merchants
Now however all must put down a strife of this kind. I give and bequeath to Gnaeus
Iulius Agricolae my statue, made from a British craftsman. In this way Agricola will
remember me his whole life. I give and bequeath to Gaius Salvius Liberalis, a v
6.7 workbooks Pg.97-100
1. What were two limitations faced by slaves in the Roman
they were not allowed to marry or own any personal items.
2. How did the Romans regard slavery?
They thought it was a normal part of everyday life
3. How was color an
1. Iulius Caecilium rogavit, (audivistine, audivistisne) sonos?
Julius asked Caecilius, Did you hear sounds?
Caecilius Iulio respondit, sonos (audivi, audivimus).
Caecilius responded, I heard sounds.
2. Marce! Quarte! Num in villa (ma
Then all of them entered part of the bathhouse, where there was the greatest bath.
Quintus, having followed the chiefs, looked around and, astonished, said, These
baths are bigger than Pompeiis bathhouses!
The slaves began to lower down Cogidu
Caecilius is not in the town. Caecilius is working out deals in the forum. Caecilius is a
banker. A banker counts money. Caecilius looks around the forum. Look the
painter is walking in the forum. The painter is Celer. Celer greets Caecilius. Loo
9 March 2015
In Class Work
1. 5 Distractions
Media and how to look/ feel
Friends and gossip
Family and issues/ troubles with health
School with stress
Sports and time consuming things
2. Why dont people stop and smell
1. What are two things unique to the stage/setting of the play at it opens?
Narrator begins telling the people of the scenery/ setting of the town.
He shows the map of the town on the chalkboard and has people come in
who interact with him, also there w