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artists
artifices
profit
praemium
whispered, mumbled
susurravit
poor little Greeks
Graeculi
innkeeper
caupo
has destroyed
delevit
old, ancient
antiquus
in a pyramid
in pyramide
shut, closed
clausit
her
eam
(on) the next day
postridie
husband
maritum
blaze, fire
incendium
was on fire
ardebat
unlucky
infelix
lost
amisit
Egyptian
Aegyptius
Neptune (god of the sea)
Neptunus
the title of a teacher at a small school for young children
ludi magister
A slave who escorted students to and from school
paedagogus
wooden tablets
tabulae
a stick of metal, bone, or ivory used to inscribe letters on the wax surface of a tablet
stilus
a teacher who ran a secondary school
grammaticus
a teacher who gave students more advanced lessons in literature and trained his students in the art of public speaking. Rhetors were often highly educated Greeks.
rhetor
goes away
abit
accepts
accipit
clever, smart
callidus
takes
capit
satisfied
contentus
exclaims
exclamat
brother
frater
empire
imperium
enemy
inimicus
finds
invenit
goes
it
book
liber
we
nos
announces
nuntiat
peace
pax
harbor
portus
than, how
quam
saves, protects
servat
alone, lonely
solus
is silent, is quiet
tacet
violently, loudly
vehementer
you (plural)
vos