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  • 5 Pages Book_X_Outline
    Book_X_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book X Page. 1-117 The council of gods, convened by Jupiter; Venus and Juno argue, and Jupiter makes a decree of impartiality for the day. 1-5 Jupiter opens his house high on Olympus, from where he looks upon the war in Italy,...

  • 5 Pages Book_XI_Outline
    Book_XI_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book XI Page. 1-99 The spoils of Mezentius and the funeral procession for Pallas. 1-11 At dawn, though grieving, Aeneas sets up an oak tree, shorn of branches, to display the captured armor of Mezentius. 12-16 As the celebrati...

  • 4 Pages Book_IX_Outline
    Book_IX_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book IX Page. 1-76 Turnus, urged by Juno through Iris, attacks the Trojan camp, but the Trojans refuse to fight. 1-13 Sent by Juno to Turnus in the grove of his grandfather Pilumnus, IRIS: “Now is the time to attack the Troja...

  • 3 Pages Book_VIII_Outline
    Book_VIII_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book VIII Page. 1-17 The Italians prepare for war. 1-8 Turnus raises the cry for war and the men respond with enthusiasm, led by Messapus, Ufens, and Mezentius. 9-17 Venulus is sent to Diomedes in Argyripa (in southern Italy);...

  • 4 Pages Book_VII_Outline
    Book_VII_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book VII Page. 1-36 Death of Aeneas' nurse Caieta and the Trojans sail past Circe's island to the Tiber's mouth. 1-4 Caieta dies and her name is given to a harbor up the Italian coast. 5-9 After completing funeral ...

  • 4 Pages Book_VI_Outline
    Book_VI_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book VI Page. 1-41 In Front of the Temple at Cumae. 1-8 Aeneas and his fleet land at Cumae, set up camp, and explore the countryside. 9-13 Aeneas approaches the citadel where the Sibyl has her awesome temple. 14-33 The doors o...

  • 3 Pages Book_IV_Outline
    Book_IV_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book IV Page. 1-89 Dido, in Love, Talks with Anna. 1-5 Dido is in love, wounded and on fire. 6-8 At dawn she addresses her sympathetic sister. 9-14 DIDO: “What a man! What a life he's had! 15-23 “Although resolved on cel...

  • 3 Pages Book_V_Outline
    Book_V_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book V Page. 1-41 Departure from Carthage with a look back; a storm-shortened trip to Sicily. 1-7 As Aeneas sails into the North Wind, the Trojans sense that the fire-lit walls of Carthage are a sad omen because of the enraged...

  • 4 Pages Book_III_Outline
    Book_III_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book III Page. 1-12 Gathered at Mt. Ida, the Trojans sail in a new fleet at direction of Anchises. 1-8 With Troy destroyed by the gods, exile in a deserted land is decreed by auguries; so a fleet is built, men are gathered for...

  • 3 Pages Book_II_Outline
    Book_II_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book II Page. 1-12 Introduction. 1-9 AENEAS: “It's painful to remember Troy's fall and its fate. 10-12 “But if you wish, I will tell you.”. 12-56 The Greeks leave; Trojans find a wooden horse; Laocoon attacks the ho...

  • 21 Pages Book_II_Pharr
    Book_II_Pharr

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid II Prelection Page. 1. conticuēre – that old archaic perfect again; intenti modifies the understood subject of tenebant. 2. What is missing? Yes, it is est. 4. ut is in the notes as how and is like ut back in I.667. What did it intr...

  • 3 Pages Book_I_Outline
    Book_I_Outline

    School: Lenape High School

    Course: LATIN AP Latin

    Latin Aeneid Outline Book I Page. 1-11 Invocation. 1-7 Statement of themes. 8-11 Muse is asked to explain how gods can act so harshly to man. 12-33 Divine Level: Background: the story begins. 12-18 Juno's love for Carthage. 19-22 Danger posed ...

  • 4 Pages Pro archia translation latin 230
    Pro archia translation latin 230

    School: University Of Massachusetts, Amherst

    Course: LATIN 230

    Pro Archia. 1-16. If there is some natural ability in me, jurors, which I realize how small that is, or if there is any practice of ...

  • 2 Pages Arion and the Dolphin latin 230
    Arion and the Dolphin latin 230

    School: University Of Massachusetts, Amherst

    Course: LATIN 230

    Arion and the Dolphin. What sea does not know, what land does not know Arion? That one used to hold the running waters. ...

  • 5 Pages Pro Archia 215 latin 230
    Pro Archia 215 latin 230

    School: University Of Massachusetts, Amherst

    Course: LATIN 230

    Pro Archia 215- 287. Who, although as an old man he had died, nevertheless on account of his excellent art and charm ...

  • 17 Pages aeneid book 2 lines 76-297 latin 230
    aeneid book 2 lines 76-297 latin 230

    School: University Of Massachusetts, Amherst

    Course: LATIN 230

    Lines 1-75 Aeneid Book 2. They all became still and kept holding their gaze, eager. Thereupon father Aeneas from the high ...