Homework due a.d. Kalendis Maiis

Elementary Latin

      1. The perfect passive participle and the future active participle.
      2. Explanation of participles and how to form Latin participles.
      3. Write out these Latin phrases and translate

amissâ animâ
amissis bonis
armis receptâ re publicâ
bello confecto
captâ urbe
causâ cognitâ
his rebus comparatis
mutatâ mente



Elementary Greek

      1. Translating Participles used in (1) attributive and (2) predicative position.
      2. Sentences:

λυσαντες  δε  την  γεφυραν  πραγματα  παρεξομεν  ’εκεινῃ  τῃ  στρατιᾳ.

τους  δε  παροντας  ’απεπεμπεν  ‘ως  φιλους  ’οντας.

’εχοντας  ουν  χρηματα  ’εκωλυεν  αυτους  διαρπαζειν  την  χωραν.

και  τοις  φυγασιν  ’ελπις  ’εστιν.

τῳ  φευγοντι  ’ονομα  ’εστι  φυγας.


Archaeology

    1. Read in Drewett, ch 7, ch 8, ch 9: ‘Recording archaeological excavations,’ ‘post-fieldwork planning,’ ‘interpreting the evidence’ (pp. 119 – 162).
    2. Be able to identify: parts of a Greek column (column, capital, volute, acanthus leaf, pediment, frieze, metope, drum, stylobate) and of a Greek temple (cella/naos, colonnade, pronaos, opisthodomos, anta). See this site.
    3. Presentation on Greek sculpture

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