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controversia
debate
rhetor
teacher
docebat
used to teach
meliores quam
better than
minime!
no!
sententia
opinion
argumentum
proof
barbaros
barbarians
imperium
empire
pacem
peace
architecti
builders, architects
pontes
bridges
ubique
everywhere
aedificamus
build
maior quam
bigger than
postremo
lastly
dei
gods
dant
give
ignavi
lazy
deinde
then
surrexit
got up
miserandi
pathetic, pitiful
imitatores
imitators
auctores
creators
libros
books
legitis
read
riserunt
laughed
Graecum
Greek
Graeciores
more Greek
fratres
brothers
institor
peddler, street vendor
ad eos
to them
felices
lucky
quam!
how!
da!
give!
dissentiebant
were arguing
stultissimi
very stupid
retineo
am keeping
abierunt
went away
in terram
onto the ground
deiecit
threw
in piscinam
into the fishpond
venite huc!
come here!
philosophus
philosopher
solus
lonely
vosne estis contenti?
are you satisfied?
artifices
artists
praemium
profit
susurravit
whispered, mumbled
Graeculi
poor little Greeks
caupo
innkeeper
delevit
has destroyed
antiquus
old, ancient
in pyramide
in a pyramid
clausit
shut, closed
eam
her
postridie
(on) the next day
maritum
husband
incendium
blaze, fire
ardebat
was on fire
infelix
unlucky
amisit
lost
Aegyptius
Egyptian
Neptunus
Neptune (god of the sea)
ludi magister
the title of a teacher at a small school for young children
paedagogus
A slave who escorted students to and from school
tabulae
wooden tablets
stilus
a stick of metal, bone, or ivory used to inscribe letters on the wax surface of a tablet
grammaticus
a teacher who ran a secondary school
rhetor
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.
abit
goes away
accipit
accepts
callidus
clever, smart
capit
takes
contentus
satisfied
exclamat
exclaims
frater
brother
imperium
empire
inimicus
enemy
invenit
finds
it
goes
liber
book
nos
we
nuntiat
announces
pax
peace
portus
harbor
quam
than, how
servat
saves, protects
solus
alone, lonely
tacet
is silent, is quiet
vehementer
violently, loudly
vos
you (plural)