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Non...opponerentur

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Non...opponerentur

Ita maximo terrore perculsi Fidenates, prius paene quam Romulus equitesque qui cum eo erant circumagerent equos, terga verterunt atque oppidum repetebant. Non tamen a persequentibus se eripuere : priusquam fores portarum opponerentur, Romani velut uno agmine in oppidum irruperunt.

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on Fri Jul 25, 2014 4:49 am
 

1 John Reading Group (Aug. - Oct.)

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1 John Reading Group (Aug. - Oct.)

This first post may be edited a couple times in the next couple days.

Welcome--this is a 1 John reading group that anyone is invited to participate in. I am hoping beginning readers can make use of this thread (now or in the ...

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on Fri Jul 25, 2014 4:40 am
 

Salvete

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Salvete

I am a new member here on Textkit, and I wanted to introduce myself. I am learning Latin using Wheelocks, plus two supplementary texts: Scribblers, Sculptors, and Scribes; and another book called 38 Latin Stories. Since I work full time, I study independently, and don't really have anyone to ...

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on Thu Jul 24, 2014 11:33 pm
 

Ita maximo terrore...

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Ita maximo terrore...

Ita maximo terrore perculsi Fidenates, prius paene quam Romulus equitesque qui cum eo erant circumagerent equos, terga verterunt atque oppidum repetebant.

= Romanos timuerunt Fidenates atque Romulus cum equites paene equos eorum circumagerent, ii ad oppidum suum cucurrerunt?

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on Thu Jul 24, 2014 8:13 pm
 

Simul e castris mota sunt signa eorum

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Simul e castris mota sunt signa eorum

Inde subito exorti Romani in latus hostium impetum faciunt. Simul e castris mota sunt signa eorum qui in praesidio relicti erant.

Signa : Ut vexillaris portarenter? milites?

Orberg id explicat: signa movere = e castris progredi

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on Thu Jul 24, 2014 7:49 pm
 

Attempt of translating Lingua Latina into Greek

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Attempt of translating Lingua Latina into Greek

I've just registered here, but my interest for Latin and Greek had already flourished for quite some time. I have gone through Lingua Latina per se illustrata and became quite fond of this method of "Natural Learning", which I have applied in some ...

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on Thu Jul 24, 2014 3:22 pm
 

stuck with one sentence

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stuck with one sentence

Hi, I am struggling with a text in a book called "38 Latin Stories" which is a companion to Wheelock's. I am an independent student and the text I'm struggling with says it is adapted from Cicero, Brutus 65-70.

I won't type in the whole thing, ...

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on Thu Jul 24, 2014 1:22 am
 

Athenaze Study Group - Week 1 - Lessons 1-2

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Athenaze Study Group - Week 1 - Lessons 1-2

Who's in? Check in here!

Week 1 will start on Sunday, July 27 so we have a few days to get a head start.

For each lesson, we will post:
- our answers to the exercises
- any questions or comments ...

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on Wed Jul 23, 2014 9:36 pm
 

nomina earum ?

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nomina earum ?

Itaque cum populum in curias triginta divideret, nomina earum curiis imposuit.

Accordingly, to divide the population into thirty curia, he placed their names onto the curia...?

All of my attempted translations have a circular feel. What noun is 'earum' standing in for…. whose names? does it mean ...

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on Wed Jul 23, 2014 7:54 pm
 

Ex bello tam tristi...

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Ex bello tam tristi...

Ex bello tam tristi laeta repente pax cariores Sabinas viris ac parentibus et ante omnes Romulo ipsi fecit.

After such an unhappy war the happy peace suddenly made the Sabine (virgins) more dear to the men, to the parents and, most of all, to Romulus himself. ...

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on Wed Jul 23, 2014 7:28 pm
 
 

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