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Flashcards in Arria Deck (105):
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Aegrotabat

Was ill

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Uterque

Both

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Ut videbatur

As it seemed

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Mortuus est

Died

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Verecundus

Modest

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Parentibus carus

Dear to his parents

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Huic...funus

A funeral for him

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Ita

In such a way

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Exsequias

The funeral procession

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Ut ignarus esset maritus

That her husband was unaware

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Quin immo

Indeed

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Quotiens

Whenever

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Simulabat

She was pretending that

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Atque etiam commodiorem

And even stronger

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Persaepe

Very often

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Quid ageret puer

How the boy was getting on

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Marito roganti

To her husband asking

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Libenter

Willingly

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Diu cohibitae

Having been held back for a long time

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Prorumperentque

And burst forth

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Se dolori dabat

She used to give herself to grief

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Satiata

Having had her fill of tears

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Siccis oculis

With dry eyes

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Composito vultu

A composed expression

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Tamquam

As if

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Foris

Outside

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Orbitatem...reliquisset

She had left her bereavement

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Illud factum eiusdem

That deed of hers

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Praeclarum

Remarkable

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Ferrum stringere

To draw a sword

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Perfodere pectus

To pierce her chest

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Extrahere pugionem

To draw out the dagger

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Porrigere marito

To offer it to her husband

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Addere vocem

To add words

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Divinam

(And that were almost) divine

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Paete

Paetus

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Non dolet

It doesn't hurt

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Arma...moverat

Had taken up arms

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In Illyrico

In Illyria

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Fuerat

Had been

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In partibus

Involved in the conspiracy

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Occiso Scriboniano

When Scribonianus had been killed

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Romam trahebatur

He [Paetus] was being dragged to Rome

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Ascensurus (f. part.) navem

About to go on board a ship

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Ut simul imponeretur

That she be put on board at the same time

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Consulari viro

A man of consular rank

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Servos aliquos

Some slaves

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Quorum e manu

From the hands of whom

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Cibum capiat

He might take food

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A quibus vestiatur

By whom he might be dressed

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A quibus calcietur

By whom he might be shod

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Ego sola

I alone

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Praestabo

I will take care of

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Omnia haec

All these things

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Non impetravit

She did not get permission

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Conduxit

She hired

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Piscatoriam naviculam

A small fishing boat

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Minima

The very small boat

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Secuta est

(It) followed

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Ingentem(que) navem

The huge ship

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Apud Claudium

In the presence of Claudius

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Uxori Scribioniani

To the wife of Scribonianus

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Cum illa profiteretur indicium

When she was volunteering evidence

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Egone...te audiam

Am I to listen to you

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Cuius in gremio

In the lap of whom

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Scribonianus occisus est

Scribonianus was killed

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Vivis

You go on living

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Ex quo

From which

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Manifestum est

It is clear that

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Ei consilium

Her plan

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Pulcherrimae mortis

Of a very beautiful death

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Non subitum fuisse

Was not impulsive

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Quin etiam

Indeed

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Gener

Her son in law

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Thrasea

Thrasea Paetus

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Eius deprecaretur ne

Was begging her not to

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Mori pergeret

Carry out her resolve to die

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Interque alia

Among other things

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Dixisset

He had said

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Vis ergo

Do you want therefore

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Filiam tuam...mori mecum

Your daughter to die with me

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Si mihi pereundum fuerit

If I had to die

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Si tam diu...vixerit tecum

If she has lived for such a long time with you

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Tantaque concordia...quam ego cum Paeto

And with such great harmony as I have with Paetus

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Volo

I want it

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Auxerat hoc responso

She had increased with this reply

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Curam suorum

The concern of her household

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Diligentius custodiebatur

She was being guarded more carefully

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Hoc sensit

She realised this

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Nihil agitis

You achieve nothing

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Potestis enim efficere ut male moriar

For you are able to affect that I may die badly

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Ut non moriar

That I do not die

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Haec dicit

She was saying these things

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Exsiluit e sede

She leapt up from her seat

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Ingenti impetu

With huge force

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Caput...impegit

She dashed her head

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Adverso(que) muro

Against the opposite wall

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Decidit

She fell down

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Focilata

Having been revived

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Dixeram...vobis

I had said to you

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Ad mortem viam

A way to death

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Quamlibet duram

No matter how hard

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Me inventuram esse

I would find

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Si vos facilem negavissetis

If you had denied the easy way

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C. Plinius Nepoti suo S.

Gaius Plinius sends greetings to his friend Nepos