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Ecce Romani 13 - Bk1

Ecce Romani Book 1 Chapter 13 vocab

QuestionAnswer
iter faciebunt (they) were travelling
tribus diebus in three days
volebat (he, she) (he, she) wanted
identidem again and again
iubebat he ordered, kept ordering
virga, -ae (f) stick
rusticus, -i (m) peasant
ibant (they) were going
septimus seventh
erat it was
quiescebant (they) were resting
pes, pedis (m) foot
vehicula vehicles
auriga, -ae (m) charioteer
risus laugh
fatuus stupid
tabellarius, -i (m) courier
civis, civis (m) citizen
praeclarus distinguished
ad (+ablative) from
pars, partis (f) part
quam how
ferociter fiercely
vito, vitare to avoid
verbarebat he kept beating, whipping
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