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Vilbia and Rubria, who were washing dirty cups, were gossiping in the kitchen of a
tavern. These girls were the daughters of Latro. Latro, who owned the tavern, was a
man of great industry but of very little common sense. After he had ente
1. Louisiana Purchase (1803)
2. War of 1812 (British impressment)
3. Missouri Compromise (1820) - Henry Clay
4. American System
5. Industrial Revolution Textile Mills (Lowell Mill)
6. Eli Whitney cotton gin
7. Monroe Doctrine (1823)
8. Andrew Jackson Spoi
Butane Gas Law Dis.Qs
Olivia Kim p.6
1. What measurements had to be made to find the molar mass of the gas in this lab?
In order to find the molar mass of the gas, mass of butane and number of moles needed to be
2. Why was it necessary to equa
[Post war]: people began questioning traditional beliefs answers in scientific development, which
changed the way they looked at the world (technological improvements in transport and
communication) & Women demanded more rights and you
Russian Revolution Notes
1825(tension) ~1917 (czar)
: revolutionaries anger over the slow pace of political change and assassinated Alexander II.
CZARS RESIST CHANGE
: Alexander III (new czar): ends t
Period 3: Regional and Transregional interactions (600-1450)
I. State Building, Expansion, and Conflict
II. Culture, Science, and Tech.
III. Economic System
IV. Social Structure
V. Humans and the Environment
Fascism: new, militant political movement
Emphasizes nationalism and loyalty to authoritarian leader
Unlike communism there was no defined theory or program: nationalism, conquering weaker
nations, pledge loyalty to the authoritarian leader
1. Many people stopped to WATCH the SPECTACLE unfold.
2. The Constitution REGULATES the Presidents RULE.
3. He DENOUNCED the journalists REPORT as libel.
4. The waiter THANKED the customer for the GRATUITY.
5. Ella was told to SEND in her SUBMISSION early
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. Fabula Cincinnati est fabula virorum Romanorum multorum.
The story of Cincinnatus is a story of many Roman men.
2. Pro Roma Cincinnatus viros multos duxit. Etiam erat agricola.
Cincinnatus led many men on behalf of R
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
Romulus et Remus
Filius Aeneae, Ascanius, urbem sub monte Albano condidit. Ascanius, son of Aeneae,
founded a city under a Alban mountain. Multos annos reges hanc urbem, quae Alba Longa
appellata est, regebant. This city is ruled many years, which was nam
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
Woodbridge High School
Homework Assignment #3
Read Chapter 16, Sections 1 & 2 (pages 534551) to answer the following questions:
1. Why was the 20th Amendment known as the lame-duck amendment?
2. How did FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt attem
CL #49: Athens
Olivia Kim p.5
Athens is the capital of Greece and one of the largest cities (it goes under geography category). This city
was built in the plains of Attika between the Parnitha, Penteli and Hymettos mountains and close to the
Olivia Kim (p.5)
Circus Maximus(geography) is located in modern day Rome or located in the valley between the
Palatine and Aventine hills. The Circus Maximus was the largest stadium in ancient Rome. The
building had more than 350,000 rooms for spect
1. 1 legion = 10 cohorts; 9 of these, cohorts two to ten, were composed of 6 centuries,
each commanded by a centurion and containing 80 men.
2. 1st cohort (5 double sized centuries commanded by five senior centurions known as
3. first rank
CL #56: Beware the Ides of March
CL#57: bona fide (eng.word/latin phrase)
Bonus, bona, bonum: good
Fides, fidei: faith
> with good faith
CL#58: bread and circuses
>panem et circenses : Juvenal (roman poet)
(During Augusts ruling): go
Olivia Kim (p.5)
#30:Androcles and the lion
Androcles and the lion is type of story or myth that Aesop wrote. Aesop was a Greek fabulist
(story teller) that usually has a moral to it. In the story, Androcles is a slave who was brutally
treated and was run
Motos Quotation Abbreviation:
ipsa scientia potestas
knowledge itself is
seize the day
errare humanum est
to err up is human
Senera the younger
sic semper Tyrannis
Olivia Kim (P.5)
Centaurs are mythological creature and descendants of Centaurus. They are part human on the
top and part horse on the bottom. Most of Centaurs lived in herds on Mt. Pelion in Thessaly,
Greece, and were a plague to the peopl
Olivia Kim (P.5)
CL#98: Elysian Fields
The Elysian Fields goes under Mythology Category. This is a mythological place,
perhaps a paradise to which heroes on whom the gods conferred immortality were sent.
In Homers writings, the Elysian Plain was a land of
The City of Rome
Answer these questions.
1. What are the seven hills of Rome?
Emperors lived on this hill in very expensive homes; therefore, this hill gives us the English word
This hill held the temples for Jupite
relative pronoun: qui, quae quod
how to parse: Ante-GUNC
Antecedent: the noun that a pronoun takes a place of
RP matches antecedent in: ge
The Origins of Rome
1. What did the Romans believe about the founding of their city (who, when, where)?
When: 753 B.C.
Where: Palatine hill
2. What features made it a good location for a settlement?
It was bounded on the western side
Olivia Kim (p.5)
Cosmonaut is an English word that represents an astronaut, usually Russian astronauts
or russian sailor of the universe. Although the word astronaut and cosmonaut might get
confused, they have several differences. The ter
Postea Graeci ad terram veniunt in qua gigantes habitant. Gigantes solum
unum oculum habent. Unus eorum ( of them ), Polyphemus appellatus, erat
crudelissimus ( most cruel ) et saepe homines devorabat. In spelunca eius
( his ), Graeci cibum et aq