Work File 08.05
08.05 Mythology Library Research
Directions: In assessment 08.05 you will do the following:
Determine and write the moral of the three stories.
1. Moral for the story of Midas and the Golden Touch
Be careful what you wish for, and dont bec
Work File 08.07
Give the positive, comparative, and superlative forms of the adverbs and their
translations, formed from the following adjectives:
Work File 08.06
Complete the chart, save a copy on your computer; then submit to your instructor for
Fortis, forte brave
Daedalus and Icarus
The story of Daedalus is a story of highest Greek thought: Meden Agan, which is the golden
mean in Latin. Daedalus had been taught by Minerva. He was a famous artist, architect,
sculptor. He can be called 'the father of all inventors'.
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?
-753 BC- Creation of Monarchy of Rome
-717 BC- Romulus dies
-509 BC- Monarchy Ends; Republic begins
-264 BC- Start of the First Punic War
-241 BC- End of the First Punic War
-218 BC- Start of the second Punic War
-October 19th, 202 BC- Batt
Work File 07.04
The Fall of the Roman Empire
Using the web resources, in a short essay, discuss four factors which brought about the decline
and fall of the Roman Empire. Your essay must include an introductory paragraph, a paragraph
on each factor develo
06.05 Work File
Write the tense, voice, and translation of the infinitives.
1. capturus esse.
to be about to capture. Future, Active.
To be praised. Present, Passive.
To have warned. Perfect, Active.
4. visa esse
Work File 06.14
Read in English the beginning and end of the text. Translate the middle portion
of the Latin text under each sentence.
Poeni = Carthaginians.
permutare = to exchange
reveniam-break it into its parts: re/veni/am
Regulus was a
06.07 Work File
Great Battles of the Republic
For each of the battles below, give the participants, location, outcome,
and effect on the history of the world.
1. participants; Roman army and Carthaginian army.
2. location; Zama.
3. outcome; Roman
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
Work File 06.03
Life and Times of Julius Caesar
Fill in the blanks.
He was born in 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 ancestress, Ve
Ap Human Geography
1st; a picture of the poor conditioned western Guilford bathroom ft. a random
student and I.
Ap Human Geography
2nd; a picture of a sacred place at western Guilford; the front of
The first Triumvirate was an alliance between three military leaders Gaius Julius
Caesar, Marcus Licinius Crassus, and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus. This was an unofficial
alliance that ruled over Rome. After Julius took over and ruled alone in which the
03.09 Work Files
It is time to roll the camera. Using your flashcards, review the Vocabulary Props
you have had so far. Choose derivatives of 25 different Latin words, and write
English sentences which include the derivative and the meaning of the Latin
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
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
3.04 Work File
Copy and paste the correct form of vir, puella and flumen next to the corresponding
form of celer.
Work File 04.03 History Webquest
Type in the answer to each question:
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 foundin
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
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.
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 founding of Rome? They were twins cast off into the Tiber river and taken in
Ulysses was now finally home to Ithaca and had appeased Neptune from hating him and
had now been living happily with Penelope but he felt a loss sense of action. He began to fall
into the boredoms of common live and wanted to feel strong again, so he set
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
01.12 Homers World
Answer the following questions using the links in assignment 1.12
1. According to tradition, when did Homer live? What are the other theories about
when he lived and wrote?
He lived about the 8th or 9th Century. There are theories that
02.12 Work file
1.Nunc Ulixes ad insulam Sirenum navigabit.
Ulixes will now sail to the island of the Sirens.
2. Sirenes erant feminae pulchrae.
The Sirens were beautiful women.
3.Sirenes corpora avium et capita puellarum habebant.
The Sirens had
02.10 Work File
Read the tale of Circe and translate the middle portion of this text. Type
your translation below each numbered sentence.
Ulixes nunc omnia praeter ( except ) suam (his) navem amiserat. Haec ( this ) navis ad
insulam Aeaeam venit, qu
Decline both homo parvus and pax longa .
Hint: be sure to get the correct stem of both nouns.
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 explora
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
Quid est Qui