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1a. Igne vīsō,

1a. With the fire having been seen,

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1b. omnēs virī et uxōrēs territī sunt ...

1b. all the men and (their) wives were frightened,

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1c. et ultrā urbem ad lītus īnsulae nāvigāvērunt,

1c. and they sailed beyond the city to the shore of an island,

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1d. ubi perfugium inventum est.

1b. where shelter was found.

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2a. Populō metū oppressō,

2a. With the people having been overwhelmed with fear,

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2b. iste imperātor nōbīs ex urbe pellendus est.

2b. That general (of yours) must be expelled by us from the city.

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3a. Ōrātor, signō a sacerdōte datō, eō diē revēnit ...

3a. The orator, the sign having been given by the priest, returned on that day ...

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3b. et nunc tōtus populus Latīnus gaudet.

3b. and now the entire Latin people is rejoicing.

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4. Gēns Rōmāna versūs illīus scrīptōris magnā laude quondam recēpit.

4. The Roman race once received the verses of that writer with great praise.

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5. Laudēs atque dōna huius modī ab ōrātōribus dēsīderābantur.

5. Praises and gifts of this kind were desired by orators.

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6a. Imperiō accepto,

6a. With (supreme) authority having been received,

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6b. dux aequus magnanimusque fidem suam reī pūblicae ostendit.

6b. the just and great-hearted leader showed his (own) loyalty to the commonwealth.

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7. Aliquis eōs quīnque equōs ex igne ēripī posteā iusserat.

7. Someone had afterwards ordered those five horses to be snatched from the fire.

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8. Cernisne umquam omnia quae tibi scienda sunt?

8. Do you [sg.] ever perceive all (the things) that must be learned by you?

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9a. Ille, ab arce urbis reventūrus,

9a. That man, being about to return from the citadel of the city,

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9b. ab istīs hominibus premī coepit.

9b. began to be pressed (hard) by those (dreadful) men.

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10a. Cupiō tangere manum illīus mīlitis ...

10a. I wish to touch the hand of that soldier ...

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10b. quī metū caruit

10b. who lacked fear ...

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10c. atque gravia scelera contrā rem pūblicam oppressit.

10c. and (also) suppressed the serious crimes against the commonwealth.

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11a. Iste dux prōtinus expulsus est,

11a. That leader (of yours) was immediately expelled,

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11b. ut imperium excipiēbat.

11b. while he was receiving (supreme) power.

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12. Illae servae, autem, perfugium sōllaciumque ab amīcīs quaerēbant.

12. Those slaves [female], however, were seeking refuge and consolation from (their) friends.

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13a. Cornū audītō,

13a. The horn having been heard,

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13b. ille mīles, incertus cōnsilii, cōpiās ad mediam īnsulam vertit.

13b. that soldier, incertain about [lit. “of”] (his) plan, turned the troops to the middle (of the) island.

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14a. When the common danger had been averted [ablative absolute],

14a. Nostrō perīculō commūnī aversō,

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14b. two of our sons and all our daughters came back from Asia.

14b. duō ē fīliīs nostrīs atque omnēs fīliae ex Asiā rēvēnērunt.

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15. Our hopes must not be destroyed [use tollō] by those three evil men.

15. Spēs nostrae illīs tribus virīs malīs nōn tollendae sunt.

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16. Since people of all nations are seeking peace [ablative absolute],

16. Populīs omnium gentium pācem petentibus,

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16b. all leaders must conquer the passion for [= of] power [passive periphrastic].

16b. cupiditās imperiī omnibus dūcibus vincenda est.

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17. The leader, having been driven out by both the free men and the slaves, [perfect participle]

17a. Dux, et hominibus līberīs et servīs expulsus,

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18. could not regain his command.

17b. nōn poterat suum imperium recipere.

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1. Carthāgō dēlenda est.

1. Carthage must be destroyed.

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2a. Asiā victā,

2a. Asia having been conquered....

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2b. dux Rōmānus fēlix multōs servōs in Italiam mīsit.

2b. the lucky Roman leader sent many slaves to Italy.

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3a. Omnibus ferrō mīlitis perterritīs,

3a. With everyone [= “all”] having been frightened by the soldier’s sword,

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3b. quisque sē servāre cupiēbat.

3b. each (person) wanted to save him/herself.

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4. Quidquid dīcendum est, liberē dīcam.

4. Whatever is to be said, I will say it freely.

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5. Haec omnia vulnera bellī tibi nunc sānanda sunt.

5. All these wounds of war are now to be healed by you [sg.].

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6. Nec tumultum nec hastam mīlitis nec mortem violentem timēbō.

6. I will fear neither the uprising nor the soldier’s spear nor violent death.

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7a. Tarquiniō expulsō,

7a. With Tarquin having been expelled,

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7b. nōmen rēgis audīre nōn poterat populus Rōmānus.

7b. the Roman people was not able to hear the name of king.

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8. Ad ūtilitātem vītae omnia cōnsilia factaque nōbīs regenda sunt.

8. All plans and deeds should be directed by us at [= to] the utility of life.

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9. Caesarī omnia ūnō tempore erant agenda.

9. By Caesar all (things) were to be done at one time.

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1. Homō stultus, “Ō cīvēs,” inquit,

1. A stupid man says “O citizens,”

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2. “pecūnia ante omnia quaerenda est;

2. money is to be sought before all (things);

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3. virtūs et probitās post pecūniam.”

3. virtue and honesty (are) behind money”

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4. Pecūniae autem cupiditās fugienda est.

4. The desire for money, however, is to be fled.

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5. Fugienda etiam est cupiditās glōriae;

5. And also to be fled is the desire for [= of] glory;

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6. ēripit enim lībertātem.

6. for it takes (away) freedom.

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7. Neque imperia semper petenda sunt neque semper accipienda;

7. (Supreme) powers should neither be sought always nor always accepted;

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8. etiam dēponenda nōn numquam.

8. (they) should even be laid aside sometimes [= not never].

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1. Caelō receptus propter virtūtem, Herculēs multōs deōs salūtāvit;

1. Having been received by the sky on account of virtue, Hercules greeted many gods;

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2. sed Plūtō veniente, quī Fortūnae est fīlius, āvertit oculōs.

2. But when Pluto came [= with Pluto coming], who is the son of Fortune, he averted his eyes.

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4. Tum, causā quaesītā,

3. Then, when questioned about the reason [= with the cause having been enquired (into)]

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5. “Ōdī,” inquit, “illum,

4. He said, “I hate that (one),

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6. quod malīs amīcus est

5. because he is a friend to bad (men)

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7. atque omnia corrumpit lucrī causā.

6. and corrupts all (things) because of profit.

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1. Rīdēns saturās meās percurram, et cūr nōn?

1. Laughing(ly) I will run through my satires, and why not?

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2. Quid vetat mē rīdentem dīcere vērum,

2. What forbids me to me to speak the truth laughing(ly).

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3. ut puerīs ēducandīs saepe dant crūstula magistri?

3. (just) as teachers [male] often give cookies to the boys who are to be educated?

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4. Quaerō rēs gravēs iūcundō lūdō ...

4. I inquire into serious matters with pleasant play ...

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5. et, nōminibus fictīs, dē multīs culpīs vitiīsque narrō.

5. and, with the names having been invented, I tell about many faults and crimes.

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6. Sed quid rīdēs?

6. But why are you laughing?

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7. Mūtātō nōmine,

7. If the names were changed [= with the names having been changed]

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8. dē tē fabula narrātur!

8. the story is told about you!

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