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Interea
meanwhile
gero, gerere
to wear
iubeo, iubere
to order
alius
another/other
cista
trunk/chest
poneo,ponere
to put/place
in itinere
on a journey
liberi
children
gerere solent
to be accustomed to wearing
ipse
he himself
sto, stare
to stand
via, viae,f.
road
baculum, baculi
stick
habeo, habere
to have/hold
scelestus
wicked
cras
tomorrow
incito, incitare
to spur on
raeda, raedae,f.
carriage
servus quidam
a certain slave
iacio, iacere
to throw
paratus
ready
raedarius
coachman
equus, equi
horse
eo ipse tempore
at that very moment
Via Appia
The Appian Way
vilicus, vilici
overseer
dominus, domini
master
area
open space/threshing floor
plenus
full
quamquam
although
musso, mussare
to mutter
verbero, verberare
to beat
id quod
that which
ira
anger
illa nocte
that night
effugio, effugere
to flee/run away
impedio, impedire
to hinder
se celare
to hide(him/herself)
porta,portae,f. gate
gate
invenio, invenire
to find
bonus
good
convoco, convocare
to call together
vinea, vineae,f.
vineyard
fossa, fossae,f.
ditch
canis,canis
dog
fero, ferre
to carry/bring
olfacio, olfacere
to catch the scent of / smell
cum
with
latro, latrare
to bark
vestigia, vestigiae,f.
tracks/footprints
immobilis
motionless
tunica,tunicae
tunic
traho, trahere
to drag
in fronte litteras inuere
to brand the letters on his forehead
iter
journey
tribus diebus
in three days
identidem
again and again
virga, virgae,f.
stick
rusticus, rustici
peasant
septimus
seventh
quiescebant
they were resting
pes,pedis
foot
vehicula, vehiculae,f.
vehicle
auriga, aurigae,m.
charioteer
magno risu
with a great laugh
fatuus
stupid
tebellarius,-i,m.
courier
civis,civis
citizen
praeclarus
distinguished
ab/a
from
pars, partis
part
Quam
how
ferociter
fiercly
Cave!
Watch out for!
vito, vitare
to avoid
concido, concidere
to fall down
cuncti
all
incolumis
unhurt/safe
gaudeo, gaudere
to be glad
cesso, cessare
to be idle
extraho, extrahere
to drag out
frustra
in vain
haereo,haerere
to stick
moveo, movere
to move
culpa
fault
cisium
light 2 wheeled carriage
interpello, interpellare
to interrupt
placide
peacefully
celerrime
very fast
noster
our
deverto, devertare
to turn aside
periculum
danger
ars, artis,f.
skill
ago,agere
to drive
Tune
were you?
commotus
moved