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Tychicus
Jew who believes in one God
Paris
very well-known pantomime; hid on the roof
Vitellia
wife of Haterius
Domitia
woman who fears Epaphroditus
Domitian
emperor of Rome
Myropnuous
pumilio who plays the pipes
Olympus
slave of the wife of Domitian; recites versus
Epaphroditus
powerful freedman of the Emperor of Rome
Roman Entertainment:

Circus Maximus
arena for chariot races
Roman Entertainment:

ludi
games presented in honor of the gods
Roman Entertainment:

munera
gladiatorial shows
Roman Entertainment:

naumachia
naval battles presented as entertainment
Roman Entertainment:

triumphator
victorious general honored w/ a military parade
Roman Entertainment:

venationes
wild beast hunts
First and Second Conjugation:

Future Active Indicative
bo
bis
bit
bimus
bitis
bunt
Third and Fourth Conjugation:

Future Active Indicative
(i)am
(i)es
(i)et
(i)emus
(i)etis
(i)ent
Translate:
cras ad Graeciam navigabitis; Romae erimus.
Tomorrow ya'll will sail to Greece; we will go to Rome.
Future Passive Indicative
ero
eris
erit
erimus
eritis
erint
Translate:
si epistulam tuam accepero, statim respondebo.
If I will have received your letter, I shall replay at once.
What is the Latin name for theatrical shows?
ludi scaenici
What are ludi circenses?
chariot races