Homework due a.d. xii Kalendis Maiis

Elementary Latin

      1. Participle worksheet.
      2. Quiz on participles.
      3. Explanation of participles and how to form Latin participles.
      4. Vocabulary ch. 23
dux, ducis. m leader
equus. m horse
insula. f island
litus, litoris. n shore
miles, militis. m soldier
orator, oratoris. m orator, speaker
sacerdos, sacerdotis. m priest
quisquis, quidquid. whoever, whatever
umquam. ever — numquam. never
gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum. rejoice
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum. show
peto, petere, petivi, petitum. seek
premo, premere, pressi, pressum. press
opprimo, opprimere, oppressi, oppressum. overwhelm
verto, vertere, verti, versum. turnn

Elementary Greek

      1. Present, Middle/Passive Participles
      2. Future, Aorist Middle Participles
      3. Vocabulary ch 24 & 25
καλεω, καλω, εκαλεσα, κεκληκα. call
η ελπις, ελπιδος. hope
η θυρα. door
η ξενια. hospitality, guest-friendship
ο ξενος. stranger, guest
ανευ. without (+ genitive)
καιπερ. although (+ participle)
ως. as
διδασκω, διδαξω, εδιδαξα, δεδιδαχα. teach
παυω, παυσω, επαυσα, πεπαυκα. stop
ο διδασκαλος. teacher
η δοξα. opinion, reputation, fame
το παιδιον. little child
ο / η παις, παιδος. child
το σωμα, του σωματος. body
μεγας, μεγαλη, μεγα. great, big
αει. always
πολλακις. often


    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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