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Cambridge Latin Course 2 Student's Book: Bk. II by Cambridge School Classics Project

By Cambridge School Classics Project

The major Latin path around the world ebook II focuses first on lifestyles in Roman Britain earlier than relocating additional afield to Egypt. publication II is complete color all through, with a transparent structure of news and language notes. that includes a word list for fast reference and comprehension questions, the e-book additionally encompasses a complete clarification of language issues and grammar perform workouts.

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44 STAGE15 4 duae ancillae ad regem venerunt. vinum, quod ancillae ferebant, erat in patera a urea. rex vinum libavit. 5 servus agnum ad aram diixit. agnus, quem servus diicebat, erat victima. 6 sacerdos victimam inspexit. victima, quam servus tenebat, balavit. sacerdos victimam interfecit. STAGE15 45 adaulam agmen longissimum ad aulam pracedebat. in prlmii parte lbant decem servl. hi serv'i, qui virgiis longiis tenebant, erant praecursares. in media agmine Salvius et Qu'intus equitiibant. post eas ambuliibant tres ancillae, quae umam et tripodas portiibant.

The conquest Skull of a pre-conquest Briton, wlto was buried wit1t a crown on llis ltead. The first Roman general to lead his soldiers into Britain was Julius Caesar, in 55 BC. Caesar wrote an account of his visit to Britain, in which he described the inhabitants as fierce warriors, living on good agricultural or pasture land, in a country rich in timber and minerals. Their skills included not only farming, but also making pottery and working with iron and bronze. Caesar wanted to find out whether the rewards to be gained by occupying Britain were worth the trouble of launching a major military campaign.

Varica: caudices! emovete hoc plaustrum! deicite in fossam! 40 praecursores, postquam Varicam audiverunt, plaustrum in fossam deiecerunt. iuvenes, qui erant attoniti, vehementer resistebant et cum praecursoribus pugnabant. tum praecursores iuvenes quoque in fossam deiecerunt. Salvi us, qui rem spectabat, per viam processit. 45 Salvius: (cachinnans) Britanni sunt molestissimi. semper nos Romanos vexant. deicite! throw! resistebant: resistere resist cachinnans laughing, cackling molestissimi: molestus troublesome STAGE15 47 .

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