- The passive voice of the 3rd conjugation: Conjugate condo, condere (found) in the present, imperfect, future and translate.
- The passive voice of the 4th conjugation: Conjugate finio, finire (end, finish) in the present, imperfect, future and translate.
- Opening lines from Virgil, Aeneid I (which we did in class): Arma virumque cano, Troiae qui primus ab oris / Italiam, fato profugus, Laviniaque venit / litora, multum ille et terris iactatus et alto.
- Translate (from a poem by Catullus, about spring) returning:
Iam [now] ver egelidos [mild] refert [bring back] tepores [warmth]
iam caeli [caelum] furor aequinoctialis
iucundis [pleasant] Zephyri [Zephyrus = Zephyr, the west wind] silescit [is silent] auris [breeze]
linquantur [leave] Phrygii [Phrygius – Trojan], Catulle, campi [field]
- Contract verbs like φιλέω in present and imperfect tenses.
- Vocabulary, p. 72 (ch. 23)
- Sentences, pp. 72-3 (1-3).
History of Rome
|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|
|THE CONQUEST OF ITALY|
|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|
|THE CONQUEST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN|
|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|