Directions: Type your translation in the space under each sentence. Remember that you
can use the course dictionary by going to Lessons and clicking on appendix.
1. Romani (the Romans, nom., pl) ad provincias navigant.
2. Saepe Romani (Ro
1. Horatius, impetu hostis incepto, suos homines petere salutem in urbe iussit.
Answer: Horatius, the enemy began an attack, He ordered his own men to seek
safety in the city
2. Horatius suos homines delere pontem iussit:
Answer: Horatius ordered
By 47A.D Rome had claimed Britain as part of the
By 410 A.D , All Romans had been recalled to Rome
and the Emperor Honorius told the people of Britain
that they no longer had a connection to Rome and
that they sho
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
04.04 People, Places, and
Events of the Monarchy
The Romans in the early years were mostly
man , to fix this problem they wanted to
marry the Sabine woman but they were
rejected. To solve this problem they hosted a
festival to honor Neptune. Whil
05.03 History Discussion Questions
1. (05.03) What part did geography play in Rome's ability to build an empire?
Answer: The city of Rome was able to grow into an empire because of its
location. Its seven hills protected it from the barbarian tribes since
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
Romulus is born
Romulus kills Remus
Romulus founds Rome ,
starting the Monarchy
Romulus is DEAD
The Monarchy ends
The republic begins
The first Punic War starts
The ending of
Our story begins in troy where Odysseus, our hero in the odyssey, has
won the Trojan War that lasted for ten years. With the end of the war,
Odysseus and his men are finally heading home, to Ithaca . Nonetheless,
02.12 Work file
1.Nunc Ulixes ad insulam Sirenum navigabit.
Ulysses 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 ha
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
1. Arachne was a weaver who challenged Athena. Athena was impressed with her,
however, she didnt like the challenge to her pride and turned her into a spider doomed
to weave forever.
2. The laurel tree was sacred to Apollo because he saw a very pretty nym
05.12 Dei et Deae
Use your online DICTIONARY found in the APPENDIX OF THE COURSE to
translate and comprehend the passage below. After you translate this passage,
go to ASSESSMENTS and answer the questions about this passage in
Type your translation below each Latin paragraph. Then answer the question
Forma feminae ab Vulcano* creabatur de terra. Ab Minerva ei (to her) vestes
(clothes, nom. pl.) argenteae* donabantur. Etiam ei (to her) ab V
Fill in the blanks and complete the synopses.
Principal Parts: voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatus to call
Present Infinitive Active (2nd Principal Part) vocare
Present Stem voca
Perfect Stem vocav
Perfect Passive Participle (4th Principal Part
You are hereby invited to the birthday celebration of Octavian on the Ides of March. All
Roman citizens may attend and the guest of honor will be Octavian. All nobility will dine
in the triclinium, free commoners will dine in the peristylium, and all depe
Type your translation below each sentence.
1. Multa Romana templa sunt in Europa-in Britannia, Gallia atque Italia.
Pantheon* est templum pulchrum Romae (in Rome= locative case).
Many Roman temples are in EuropeIn Britain, France, and Italy. Th
Workfile for 6.12 Daphne and Apollo
Daphne and Apollo
Daphne (nom. sing.) erat nympha silvarum. Pater (father, nom. sing.) Daphnis (gen.
sing.) erat Peneus, deus rivi in Thessalia. Arbores (trees, acc. pl), flores (flowers,
acc. pl.), et animalia (animals
In the paragraph below, you will:
list the five appositives in this story
give the noun that each appositive renames
indicate the Latin case for each pair
Remember that an appositive is set off by commas, renames the preceding noun, and,
I took Latin because I am going into the medical program at my school and thought
it would help me understand medical words. I hope to gain enough experience to
understand and speak comfortably Latin.
I took this course bec
2.03 Latin Vocab (FLVS)
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devoro, -are, -avi, -atus
swallow up, gulp down, devour
edo, -ere, edi, esus
excedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessurus
go out, go away, go from
2.05 Latin Vocab (FLVS)
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cano, canere, cecini, cantus
M noise, shouting
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausus
1.13 Latin Vocab (FLVS)
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amoenus, -a, -um
cado, cadere, cecidi, casus
clamo, -are, -avi, -atus
shout, cry out
fessus, -a, -um
gusto, gastare, g
In the first artical is mean to inform the second is to
entertain. Benjamin Franklin we know was a real person,
but we don't know that the person existed in the second artical.
In the first it is Benjamin outside in the rain, in the second
it is a person
Work File 01.16
Directions: Type your translation in the space under each sentence. Remember
that you can use the course dictionary by going to Lessons and clicking on
1. Fama Fori (of the Forum) est magna (great). The fame of the
Work File 01.12
Translate the following into Latin. Watch the noun endings. The subject
must agree with the verb in number.
1. I am a farmer.
2. We are poets.
3. The water is in the sea (in the sea = in mari).
Aqua es in mari.
Work File 01.07
Please answer the questions below.
Agricola puellam amat.
The farmer loves the girl.
1. What Latin ending in the sentence above represents the SUBJECT?
Puella agricolam amat.
The girl loves the farmer.
2. What Latin ending in the senten
Answering these questions will help you gather information for the Forum project that you will be creating in the next activity. Be on the lookout for additional information to include in your project.
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