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.
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
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
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
01.09 Third Declension Production
It is important for you to recognize the patterns in the cases among the three
1. What similarity do all the accusative singulars of all three declensions share?
They all end with the letter m
2. What similar
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
After leaving Circes island, and having been warned about the possible dangers ahead,
Ulysses ponders day and night how to avoid them. In fact, he loses days of sleep on end,
fearing that either the massive whirlpool or six-headed
3.04 Work File
Copy and paste the correct form of vir, puella and flumen next to the
corresponding form of celer.
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
02.12 Work file
1.Nunc Ulixes ad insulam Sirenum navigabit.
Now Ulysses will sail to the island of the Sirens.
2. Sirenes erant feminae pulchrae.
The Sirens are beautiful women.
3.Sirenes corpora avium et capita puellarum habebant.
The sirens had
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 sometime around the 8th-9th century BC, but it is diff
Lotophagi (Lotus Eaters)
Troia ceciderat. Ulixes, fessus, cum sociis Graecis ad Ithacam navem
Sed magna tempestas navem propulsit; post novem dies ad terram incognitam
venerunt. Pauci nautae nunc ab Ulixe emissi sunt; eos (them) terram explora
Decline both homo parvus and pax longa .
Hint: be sure to get the correct stem of both nouns.