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Cicero's full name
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Cicero's class
equestrian
Cicero's big oration
In Catalinam
who demanded that Cicero be banished after the Cataline conspiracy went down?
Clodius
How long was Cicero banished?
five years
How many speeches are included in In Catalinam?
four
exordium
intro remarks
narratio
statement of argument
propositio
statements to be proved
confirmatio
affirmative statement
refutatio
rebuttal
peroratio
conclusion
ad patres consriptes
(oration directed at) the senators
ad (quirites)
(orations directed at) the people
first oration against cataline
held at the temple of Jupiter Stator, where Cicero makes his case to the Senate. Finding Cataline present, Cicero attacks him bitterly and exposes the conspiracy. He urges Cataline to leave Rome and delivers a prayer to Jupiter
What is the authority of the senate compared to?

cat 1.2
a knife that is locked away and blunt
What is Cicero's point in calling Cataline imperator dux?

cat 1.2
to show that the leader of the enemy, the conspirators, is within their own walls
Why won't Cicero have Cataline killed?

cat 1.2
he doesn't want anyone to say that he acted to cruelly
When will Cicero kill Cataline?

cat 1.2
when he exposes how evil and wicked Cataline truly is so no one can deny it
Why must Jupiter Sator be thanked?

cat 1.5
because he has allowed the republic to escape such enemies as Catline many times
Who specifically were the friends that Cicero aroused as protection?

cat 1.4
his clients
How were the assassins going to get into Cicero's house and kill him?

cat 1.4
the "knights" were going to break into Cicero's room before daylight and stab him to death
What did Cicero say that probably made the other senators look around suspiciously at those sitting around them?

cat 1.4
Many of the people in the room were at the conspirator's meeting
Give an example of Cicero exageratting.

cat 1.5
O conscript fathers, in this the most holy and dignified assembly of the whole world, men who meditate my death, and the death of all of us, and the destruction of this city, and of the whole world.
to whom does cicero compare himself in terms of deserving honor?

cat 3.1
Romulus
Why are days on which Romans saved more happier than the days they were born?

cat 3.1
because the joy of being saved is certain, the fortune of being born uncertain, and because we are born without feeling it
What metaphor does Cicero use to show that they foiled Cataline's plans?

cat 3.1
we have turned the edge of swords drawn against the republic, and have turned aside their points from your throats.
Who approached the Allobroges?

cat 3.11
P Lentulus and for the sake of stirring up a Transalpine war and commotion in Gaul, and that they, on their return to Gaul, had been sent with letters and messages to Catiline on the same road, and that Vulturcius had been added to them as a companion, and that he too had had letters given him for Catiline
who were the 3 people who knew the details of the sting op?

cat 3.11
CIcero, Flaccus, and Pomptinus
Why doesn't Cicero want a statue?

cat 3.11
he wants his legacy to live on through the great things people say about him
What great deeds did the 2 men in 3.11 do?
founded Rome
WHo are the people reffered to in 3.11?
Remus and Romulus
Define patronymic and give an example from B&P
A name of a family/ grandfather in place of an individual's name

Atlantiades
Define epithet and give example for the gods
A word that describes a person in place of their name; calicolae
Where does B&P take place?
on top of a hill near a swamp
what is the central theme of B&P?
hospitality
what point does the story start from?
The ending
video
i see
duo
2
adhuc
up to this point
sentias
thoughts
censere
to think
delere
to delete
conai sunt
dep. they tried
alteram
the other
poena
punishment
removet
remove
ceterorum
of the others
supplici
weapons
omnes
all
acerbitates
bitterness
amplectitur
embrace/entertwine
uterque
each
diginitas
dignity
re
thing
summa
highest
versatur
dwell, live
privare
to deprive
imperium
empire
exstinguere
exstinguish
punctum
point
temporis
time
vita
life
communi
common
oportere
to be necessary
improbos
wicked, bad
nefarii
wicked
sceleris
sin
cives
citizens
usurpo
I employ
dis
gods
immortalibus
immortal
vero
truly
inquitatem
disturb
imperare
to command
tamen
so much
placet
appease, placate
suscipiam
I undertake begin
spero
I hope
reperiam
I discover
salutis
safety
stateueritis
make sacred
recusare
to decline, refuse
adiungit
join to
circumdat
surround
perditorum
of the ruined, corrupt
sancit
set up erect
condemnat
condemn
revare
go forth, scare
eripit
snatch away rescue
spem
hope
miseriis
to have pity
consolari
dep. to console, comfort
solet
be accustomed
praetera
besides
publicari
confiscate, sell
relinquit
leave behind
dolore
pain, grief
aerumnas
toil, distress, trouble
ademisset
admit, recieve, permit, commit
formido
fear, dread
proposita
plan, design
apud
near
imiis
lowest
constiuto
decide
voluerunt
the have wished
videlicet
one may see
intellego
understand
pertimescendam
fear
imiis
disloyal wicked
tillae
linden tree
quercus
oak tree
Phrygiis
Phrygia
modico
moderate
circumdata
surrounded
haud
not at all
procul
at a distance
hing
this
stagnum est
it is a swamp
tellus
earth
habitabilis
habitable
olim
once
nunc
now
celebres
celebrated
mergis
seagull
fulcis
water fowl
palustribus
swampy
undae
wave
specie
appearance
mortali
moratal
caducifer
staff bearer
requiem
relaxation
petentes
seeking (out)
recepit
take back, recieve
parva
small
stipulis
stalk, stem, straw
canna
reed
tecta
cover, roof
palustri
swampy
pia
dutiful
anus
old woman
aetate
eternity
iuncti
join
iuvenalivus
youthful
consenuere
grow old
paupertatem
poverty
fatendo
acknowledging
effecere
effect
levem
light
iniqua
unjust
foco
fire place
trepidem
trembling
cinerem
ash
demovit
move apart
suscitat
undertake
hesternos
of yesterday
foliis
leaves
cortice
bark, cork
sicco
I dry up
nutrit
nourish
producit
produce
anili
of an old woman
coniunx
spouse
riguo
well watered
collegererat
gather
horto
garden park
bicorni
two pronged
sordida
mean
nigro
black
diu
for a long time
tingo
timber
resecat
cut back
tegore
wipe off/clean
domat
live
ferventibus
glowing; burning
inerea
in the meantime
medias
middle
totiens
so often
haustum
drank, drained
cratera
mixing bowl
sponte
free will, spontaneously
repleri
refill
succresere
grow up
attoniti
stunned astounded
novitate
newness, novelty
pavent
be afraid, dread
manibus
hands
supinis
upturned
concipio
take hold of, recieve
precis
prayer
timidus
afraid
veniam
favor
nullis
not any
orant
speak
minimae
least
anser
goose
villae
farmhouse
dis
rich
mactare
to sacrifice
penna
feather
tardos
slow
aetate
eternity
sternere
spred strew
pedibus
feet
sponda
bed fram
torum
couch, marriage
concutiunt
shake shock
fallunt
decietful
sermonibus
talk
molli
soft
prospicio
forsee
manere
remain
levati
light
fatigat
tire out
eldit
elude
cisus est
go to see
confugisse
to flee
meritas
merit, sercice
luet
play
impia
disloyal
somita
meeting
gradus
step
ardua
steep
ite
imp. pl. go!
simul
at the same time
baculis
walking stick
clivo
slope
aberant
be away
quantum
how great
ire
to go
sagitta
arrow
flexere
rurn
mersa
dipped, immersed
what will i write at the end of my exam?
K. Riley Kafantaris suo s.
Ex animo, ave atque vale. Absum a lingua latina! Cursum perficio. Aeternam vale.

PS: et remember, balaenae nobis conservande sutit.
Fine.
epithet for mercury
caducifer
alliteration
sucession of word wiht repetition of same sound
chiasmus
an arangement which placeds opposing order words of related phrases
metonymy
use one word for another that it suggests
polyseneton
too many conjunctions
asyndeton
lack of conjunctions
litotes
double negative
synchysis
mixture
Amores
love poems
Ars Amatoria
dating handbook
metamorpheses
greek myths involving change
festi
narrive of a month by month account of religious festivals
epistulae ed ponto
letters from the black sea
tristia
sad poems
Ovid was
exiled by Agustus to Tomi for writing about Julia
who built the doors on Apollo's palace?
Mulciber
Who is standing by Apollo when Pheobus first comes in?
the Seasons
Who recieves Apollow in the sea?
Tethys
What zodiacs must Pheobus avoid?
Sagittarius, Taurus, Leo, and Scorpio
what do the gods swear by?
the Styx river
Who opens the doors of the dawn sky?
Aurora
who is the last to leave their station in the sky
Lucifer
What did Apollo do to make Phaethon safe from the flames
rub ointment on his face
Which way is safest for Pheathon to go?
the middle way
who opens the door for phaethon to leave?
thetys
What is the moon amazed at?
that Apollo's horses are running lower than her own
how did ethiopians gain their skin color?
their blood was drawn to the surface of their skin
what does the Nile do when apollo burns the earth?
it flees and hides at the ends of the earth
who visited baucis and philemon?
mercury and jupiter
what does baucis use to fuel the fire in their house
leaves from the roof
what did they eat?
. nuts, and a mix of dried figs and wrinkled dates; plums, and sweet-smelling apples in open wicker baskets; and grapes gathered from the purple vines. In the centre was a gleaming honeycomb