Homework a.d. iii Kalendis Martiis

Elementary Latin

  1. The Passive Voice of Verbs: conjugating and translation
  2. Explanation with examples
  3. Present: – r, -ris, -tur, -mur, -mini, -ntur
  4. Imperfect: – bar, -baris, -batur, -bamur, -bamini, -bantur
  5. Future: -bor, -beris, -bitur, – bimur, -bimur, -buntur
  6. infinitive ends in -i
  7. Sentences: Illa animâlia trâns flûmen ab eô aguntur. — Haec flûmina â multîs poetîs laudâbantur — [Monster sentence]: Flûmen quod illâs partês patriae iungit vidêrî nunc potest.

Vocabulary ch. 17

flumen, fluminis n. river
genus, generis n. kind, sort
hostis, hostis m. enemy
ludus, ludi m. game
scientia f. knowledge
clarus, clara, clarum. bright, clear
cur. why
deinde. then
lego, legere, legi, lectum. choose; read
misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtum. mix
moveo, movere, movi, motum. move
video, videri, visus sum. Passive of video, videre — to be seen, seem


Elementary Greek

  1. Ch. 18: First Aorist, Active and Middle Present, Imperfect, Infinitive
  2. Vocabulary ch. 18
  3. Sentences 1, 3, 5 (p. 114).

Vocabulary, Lesson 18
αγγελλω announce, report
ερωταω ask, question
πωλεω sell
ο αγγελος messenger
η δραχμη drachma
ο οβολος obol
μονος, μονη, μονον alone, only
ολιγος, ολιγη, ολιγον few
πολυς, πολλη, πολυ much, many
οι πολλοι the many
ου μονον …..  αλλα και….not only… but also
περι    (+ gen) about, concerning (+ dat, acc) around


Archaeology

  1. Read Biers, ch. 6, “The Orientalizing Period”
  2. The Bronze Age and the Geometric Period (via the Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  • Presentations with notes from class.

Planning an Excavation

Protogeometric & Geometric Periods

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