Homework due on the Ides of November

Elementary Latin

  1. 3rd declension noun endings for m/f. nouns and n. nouns.
  2. Decline these nouns: civitas, civitat-; mos, mor-; corpus, corpor-; tempus, tempor-.
  3. Explanation of the cursus honorum.
  4. Translate: Filii Pelopis erant Atreus Thyestesque. Thyestes uxorem Atrei corrumpit; tum Atreus vitium invenit et tolerare non potest. Insidias igitur contra fratrem cogitat: “Ira me movet!”

Vocabulary, ch. 7

  • amor, amoris m.  love
  • carmen, carminis n. song, poem
  • civitas, civitatis f . state, citizenship
  • corpus, corporis n. body
  • homo, hominis m. human being, man
  • labor, laboris m. labor, task
  • mos, moris m. habit, custom
  • nomen, nominis n. name
  • pax, pacis f. peace
  • regina f. queen
  • rex, regis m. king
  • tempus, temporis n. time
  • terra f. earth
  • uxor, uxoris f. wife
  • virgo, virginis f. maiden, virgin
  • novus, -a, -um. new
  • post prep. + acc., after, behind
  • sub, prep. + abl. under
  • audeo, audere. dare + complementary infinitive
  • neco, necare. kill

Elementary Greek

  1. The 1st and 2nd aorist tenses of verbs.
  2. P. 34: 60 — exercises (b) and (d) for the verb λεἰπω, λεἰψω, ἔλιπον (leave).
  3. Vocabulary, lesson X

ένταϋθα. there

έντεϋθεν. from there, thence

ή έπιστολή. letter EPISTLE

έχω, έξω, έσχον. have

λείπω,λείψω, ἔλειψα. leave ECLIPSE

λοιπός, λοιπή, λοιπόν. left, remaining.

τὸ λοιπὀν. the future.

κ.τ.λ. (καὶ τὰ λοιπἀ). etc.

ή οίκία. house, household ECONOMY

ή πύλη. gate THERMOPYLAE


Greek history

Democracy in 4th century BCE Athens: Empire and radical democracy


Intermediate Greek

  1. -μι verbs

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