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Ecce Ch 11 Phrases

maching

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Omnēs Cornēliī All the Cornelians (Cornelian Family)
iam sunt in raedā. are now (already) in the carriage.
Rōmam per Viam Appiam petunt. They are seeking (heading for) Rome through (along) the Appian Way
Intereā in vīllā Meanwhile, in the (country) house
Dāvus est sollicitus. Davus is worried (anxious).
Dāvus est vīlicus Cornēliī Davus is the overseer of Cornelius (Cornelius's overseer).
et, sī dominus abest, and, if the master is away (absent)
vīlicus ipse vīllam dominī cūrat. the overseer himself takes care of the master's house (the overseer takes care of the house of the master himself).
Dāvus igitur omnēs servōs iubet Davus, therefore, orders all the servants (slaves)
in āream venīre to come into the area (threshing floor)
quae est prope vīllam. which is near the house.
Brevī tempore ārea est In a short time (soon), the area is
plēna servōrum et ancillārum full of servants (slaves) and slave women
quī magnum clāmorem faciunt. who are making a big (loud) shout.
Tum venit Dāvus ipse Then (Next) Davus himself comes
et...magnā vōce clamat, and...shouts in a big (loud) voice
"Tacēte, omnēs! "Be quiet, everybody (everyone)!
Audīte mē! Hear (Listen to) me!
Quamquam dominus abest, Although the master is away (absent),
necesse est nōbīs it is necessary for us
strenuē labōrāre." to work hard."
Tum servī mussant, Then (Next) the servants (slaves) mutter,
"Dāvus dominus esse vult. "Davus wants to be the master.
Ecce! Baculum habet. Look! He has (is holding) a stick.
Nōs verberāre potest. He is able to beat us.
Necesse est igitur It is necessary, therefore,
facere id quod iubet." to do that which he orders."
Servī redeunt igitur The servants (slaves) return (go back) therefore
ad agrōs to the fields
quod baculum vīlicī timent. because they fear the (overseer's) stick of the overseer.
Sed nōn redit Geta. But Geta does not return (go back).
Neque vīlicum amat Neither does he like the overseer
neque īram vīlicī timet. nor does he fear the (overseer's) anger of the overseer.
Illā nocte igitur, (On) that night therefore,
quod in agrīs because in the fields
nōn iam labōrāre vult, he no longer wants to work, (doesn't want to work any more)
cibum parat he prepares food
et ē vīllā effugit. and escapes (runs out of) the (country) house.
Nēmō eum videt, Nobody (No one) sees him,
nēmō eum impedit. Nobody (No one) impedes (hinders) him.
Nunc per agrōs (festīnat) Now he hurries through (along) the fields,
nunc per viam festīnat. now through (along) the road he hurries
Ubi diēs est, When it is day,
in rāmīs arboris sē cēlat. he hides himself in the branches of a tree.
Ibi dormit. There he sleeps. (He sleeps there.)
Intereā, Meanwhile
quamquam nōndum lūcet, Although it is not yet light (day)
Dāvus omnēs servōs excitat. Davus wakes up all the servants (slaves).
Eōs iubet He orders them
in agrōs exīre et to go out into the fields and
ibi labōrāre. to work there.
Sed Getam nōn videt. But he does not see Geta
Ubi est Geta? Where is Geta?
Dāvus igitur est īrātus, Davus, therefore, is angry
deinde sollicitus (est). then he is worried (anxious).
Ad portam vīllae stat He stands at the gate of the house
et viam spectat; and watches the road;
sed Getam nōn videt. but he does not see Geta.