Homework due a.d. iii Nonibus Martiis

Elementary Latin

  1. Passive voice of 3rd, 4th conjugation verbs — the chart might be a little confusing! Will explain on Tuesday, as well as about 3rd -io conjugation.
  2. 3rd conj present passive endings: or, eris, itur, imur, imini, untur. 4th conj present passive endings: ior, iris, itur, imur, imini, iuntur. 3rd io conj present passive endings: ior, eris, itur, imur, imini, iuntur.

Elementary Greek

  1. The middle and passive voice of verbs, present and imperfect endings with an explanation.

  1. History of Rome

    1. Presentation schedule: March 5: Jayee; March 8: Ami, Marvin, Colleen.
    2. We will have a short midterm on Livy and what we've learned so far on (tentatively) Tuesday, March 5. If you've taken notes in class about the kings, rise of the Roman republic, Roman government and officials, expansion of Rome through Italy and beyond, and have kept with all the reading in Livy, you'll be prepared.
    3. Terms: plebs, patricians, paterfamilias, slaves, patria potestas, cursus honorum, consuls, tribunes, secession of plebs/conflict or orders, Roman citizenship, Latin rights (honores, suffragium, commercium, matrimonium — right to hold political office, to vote, to engage in trade, to intermarry with those in other cities), Etruscans.

    Some other links, maps.

    1. Territorial expansion of the Roman empire — Roman Empire.net
    2. Outline of Roman History.
    3. Punic Wars: CarthageFirst Punic War and chronology of the war — Second Punic WarThird Punic War.
    4. Maps of the ancient Mediterranean world.
    5. The following chart is from a Timeline of Roman history (by Jim Jones, West Chester University).

    1200 BCE Etruscans reached northern Italy
    800-500 BCE Greeks established colonies throughout southern Italy
    800 BCE Phoenicians established Carthage on the north coast of Africa
    about 753 BCE village of Rome founded
    600 BCE Rome was a province of Etruria
    509 BCE Romans revolted against the Etruscan kings and created the system of government by the Senate and the Assembly
    494 BCE first disputes between patricians (wealthy landowners who controlled the Senate) and plebeians (ordinary citizens)
    450 BCE Law of the 12 Tables” provides written Roman law
    390 BCE Gaulic invasion sacked Rome
    282-272 BCE War with Pyrrhus
    265 BCE Rome completed the occupation of the Italian peninsula
    264-241 BCE First war with Carthage (First Punic War)
    238 BCE Conquest of Sardinia
    229-228 BCE First Illyrian War (Balkans)
    219 BCE Second Illyrian War
    218-201 BCE Second Punic War (Hannibal crossed the Alps)
    215-205 BCE First Macedonian War
    200-197 BCE Second Macedonian War
    200-191 BCE Gaul invasion of northern Italy
    192-189 BCE Syrian War
    171-168 Third Macedonian War
    149-148 BCE Fourth (and final) Macedonian War
    149-146 BCE Third Punic War and final defeat of Carthage

    Intermediate Greek

    1. Plato's Apology of Socrates




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