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perfrmce exam latin2

qui- who
cur- why
quid est- who is
quo- where
quid- what
quod- what
quae- which
quis- who
Name the SCRAPPILES. S Suspicatus C Conspicatus R Regressus A Adeptus P Precatus P Passus I Ingressus L Locatus E Egressus S Secutus
Define the SCRAPPILES. S-having suspected C-having caught sight of R-having returned A-having obtained P-having prayed P-having allowed I-having entered L-having spoken E-having departed S-having followed
What is a way to know if a word is a perfect active? If it is a SCRAPPILES
What is a way to know if a word is a present active participle? If the participle has an ns or nt
An example of a present active participle? (give one for walking) ambulans, ambulantes
What is a way to know if a participle is a perfect passive? When the particple isn't a perfect active or present active
Using the verb, portat, give the imperfect indicative with the translation. portabat; he was carrying
Using the verb, portat, give the imperfect subjunctive with the translation. portaret; he was carrying
Using the verb, portat, give the pluperfect indicative with the translation. portaverat; he had carried
Using the verb, portat, give the pluperfect subjunctive with the translation. portavisset; he had carried
What is a defixione? A curse tablet
What is the purpose of writing a defixione? Calling for the punishment of an enemy
How do you write a defixione? Write the name of the offender with details of their crime, call their name to God for punishment
What would you write if you did not know the offender's name? Write a list of suspects
What would you do once you finish writing your defixione? you would roll it up, fasten it with a nail, and throw it in a well or spring
What is a common figure seen on some defixiones? A bearded demon, carrying an urn and torch standing on a boat
What do the urn and torches on the bearded man represent? death
Why is the bearded man on a boat? Because it symbolizes the boat of Charon
Who is Charon? the ferryman of the Underworld
Which river did Charon take the souls of the dead across? River Styx
What is the elite of the Roman army? exercitus
What were the characteristics of a soldier in Rome? They were Roman citizens, full time professional, signed for 25 years
What was the recruiting investigating board called? inquisitio
What were at least five characteristics Vegetius said should be in a Roman citizen? Alert eyes, head upright, strong calves, intelligent, long fingers
How many miles did a young soldier march a day? 24 Roman miles
What were four physical exercises done by the soldiers? running, swimming, jumping, carrying heavy packs
What is a gladius, pugio, pilum, and scutum? A gladius is a stabbing sword; A pugio is a dagger; A pilum is a javelin; a scutum is a shield
Where is the gladius worn? On the right side of you body
Where is the pugio worn? On the left side of the body
What is lorica segmentata? segmented armor of metal strips
What is a conglum? A military belt
What are caligae? military sandals
What were peacetime duties of Roman soldiers? building, roadmaking, working on pottery, baking, working on brewery, an building swords
What was the annual pay for a Roman soldier? 300 denarii
What were 4 deductions from a Roman soldier's pay? food, clothing, equipment, savings
What two things does a soldier get if he's discharged? 3000 denarii, an allocation of land
What fighting skills did various auxiliary troops have? they were slingers and archers
What type of auxiliary troop was the most important? cavalry
What were 3 ways auxiliary troops were used? they would attack, defeat the enemies, and protect the center
What was the reward for an auxiliary soldier being discharged? Roman citizenship
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