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officium togae virilis
official ceremony marking coming of age
Liberalia
festival of Liber or Bacchus, the god of wine
consecrare
to dedicate
bulla
luck charm worn by a boy since he was a baby
toga praetexta
toga with the purple edge
lararium
shrine of the household gods
toga virilis or toga pura
plain white toga worn by a man
in Forum deducere
escorting to the Forum
Tabularium
public records building
tabulae
public records (literally, tablets)
purus, -a, -um
spotless, clean, plain white
sumere
to assume (i.e., put on for the first time)
invitaverat ut
he had invited (them) to
limen
liminis, n., threshold, doorway
si quis
if anyone
nonnulli, -ae, -a
some
oro
orare, oravi, oratus, to beg
ne se dimitteret
not to send them away
impero
imperare, imperavi, imperatus (+ dat.), to order
Lares
Larum, m. pl., household gods
familiaris, -is, -e
belonging to the family/household
praecipio
praecipere, praecepi, praeceptus + dat., to instruct, order
dimitto
dimittere, dimisi, dimissus, to send away
comitor
comitari, comitatus sum, to accompany
erat inscribendum
had to be registered
gratias agere (+ dat.)
to thank
erga
toward (prep. + acc.)
benevolentia
benevolentiae, f., kindness
amplector
amplecti, amplexus sum, to embrace
*divitissimum*
*very rich (masc., acc., sing.)*
*invitati erant*
*they (masc.) had been invited*
*tenens*
*holding* (masc., nom., sing.)
*amplexi sunt*
*(they) embraced*
*ingressus est*
*he entered*