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
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 _voco_
Perfect Stem _vocavi_
Perfect Passive Participle (4th Princip
Click on the busts of Vergil in the lesson to find the answer each question.
1. Where and when was Vergil born?
October 15, 70 BCE near the town of Mantua
2. What is on Vergil's tombstone?
Mantua me genuit, Calabri rapuere, tenet nunc
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,
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).
There are many Roman Temples in Europe- in Britain, Gaul and Ital