Homework due a. d. V Kalendis Octobris/27 Σεπτέμβριου 13

Elementary Latin

Quiz: (1) Declining a noun in the 2nd declension (endings are here)

More than you probably want to know about Roman numerals.

Roman date converter

Elementary Greek

Quiz on (1) Conjugating a verb in the present tense; (2) vocabulary, p. 5; (3) a sentence to translate (extra credit)

1st person λύω I loose λύομεν we loose
2nd person λύεις you loose λύετε you (plural) loose
3rd person λύει he, she, it looses λύουσι they loose

The Theater of the Greeks

Read Sophocles, Antigone (pp. 3-60).

Choose a paper topic.

Outline of Greek history (PDF)

1st paper will be due October 4, Friday.
Midterm will be October 15, Tuesday.

Intermediate Latin

Read: Ch. 23, Participles

Translate Sententiae Antiquae, p. 189, 1-5

Form the participles for: dico, dicere, dixi, dictum (say); audio, audire, audivi, auditum (hear).

Latin has 4 participles:
present active
perfect passive
future active
future passive


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