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Name the goddess of love and beauty.
Venus/Aphrodite
Complete this analogy: pater:patrem as puer:_______
puerum
Who was the Olympian husband of Venus?
Vulcan/Hephaestus
puerum: pueris as arborem:________
Arboribus
Give the complete founding date of Rome.
April 21, 753 B.C.
Give the complete date of Caesar's assassination.
March 15, 44 B.C.
What was the good luck charm worn by children called?
bulla
A boy gave up his bulla at the age of 16 when he became a man. Name the toga which he would then wear.
toga virilis
Name the last king of Rome.
Tarquinius Superbus
Name the king of Rome who established religious practices.
Numa Pompilius
Who killed Medusa?
Perseus
What would happen if one looked at Medusa?
They would be turned into stone
What did a Roman call his kitchen?
culina
What did a Roman call his study?
Tablinum
What two letters are the sign for the imperfect tense in Latin?
-ba-
Express in Latin: we were coming
veniebamus
Between what two hills was the Roman Forum located?
Capitoline and Palatine
Name any two hills in Rome besides the Capitoline and Palatine.
Aventine, Caelian, Esquiline, Quirinal, Viminal
Which deity had the owl as a symbol?
Athena/Minerva
Who challenged Athena to a spinning (weaving) contest?
Arachne
Translate into English the nouns of address in the following sentence: "Tacite, pueri et puellae!"
boys and girls