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51 Cards in this Set

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pulvis
dust
pulvis
dust
laudare
to praise
celeriter
quickly
vinea
vineyard
caupo
innkeeper
miles
soldier
rusticus
peasant
omnia
everything
narrabant, narrare
they were telling, to tell
subito
suddenly
ira
anger
liberi
children
uxor
wife
somnium
dream
nunc
now
cras
tomorrow
cives
citizens
saepe
often
hospes
guest
centum
one hundred
cena, ae
dinner
bonus,a, um
good
servus, i
slave
paro, parare, paraverunt
I prepare, to prepare, they prepare
ancilla, ae
slave woman
do, dare, dat
I give, to give, he/she/it gives
cibus,i
food
laetus, a, um
happy
maneo, manere, manebant
I remain, to remain, they were remaining
magnus, a, um
large, big, great
cubiculum,i
room, bedroom
sto, stare,stabant
I stand, to stand,they stand
Multi, ae,a
many
homo,hominis,homines,hominum
man,people
via, ae
road, street
mitto, mittere,misitis
I send, to send, you send
venio, venire,veniunt
I come,to come, they come
longa itinera
long journey
multis matris
many mothers
omnium periculorum
all dangers
Brevium viae
short road
Aeneas
Trojan hero who traveled to Italy to begin Rome
Faustulus
Shepherd who raised Romulus and Remus
Horatius Cocles
Held back the invading army all by himself
Livy
Roman historian
Lefty, a nickname
Mucius Scaevola, young Roman noble who stuck his hand in a flame to show bravery
Romulus
first king of Rome
Alba Longa
city founded by Ascanius, the son of Aneas
consuls
rulers of Rome during the Republic
Republic
form of Roman government after Rome was ruled by kings