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Flashcards in Lines 367-393 Virgil Set Text Deck (74):
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Urbe Latina

The Latin city

2

Instructa

Drawn up

3

Moratur

(It) delayed

4

Legio

Army

5

Campis

On the fields

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Turno regi

For king Turnus

7

Ter centum

300

8

Scutati

Carrying shields

9

Volcente magistro

Led by Volcens

10

Murosque subibant

And coming up to the walls

11

Cernunt

They perceived (them)

12

Procul

In the distance

13

Laevo flectentes

Turing away on a path to the left

14

Galea

Helmet

15

Prodidit

Betrayed

16

Euryalum...immemorem

Thoughtless Euryalus

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Sublustri noctis in umbra

In the glimmering shadow of the night

18

Refulsit

It flashed back

19

Radiisque adversa

Reflecting the moon-rays

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Haud temere est visum

The sighting was not ignored

21

Conclamat...Volcens

Volcens shouted loudly

22

Ab agmine

From the column

23

State

Stop

24

Quae causa viae?

What is the reason for your journey?

25

Quive estis in armis?

Or who are you under arms?

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Quove tenetis iter?

Or where are you making for?

27

Tendere

Offered

28

Contra

In reply

29

Praemissi

Sent ahead

30

Sed celerare fugam

But they hastened their flight

31

Fidere nocti

They trust in the night

32

Obiciunt sese ad

(They) threw themselves in the way of

33

Divortia nota

The well known junctions

34

Hinc atque hinc

On one side and on the other side

35

Omnem(que) aditum

Every approach

36

Custode coronant

They surrounded...with a guard

37

Fuit

Was

38

Late

Far and wide

39

Dumis

With thickets

40

Ilice nigra

Black holm-oak

41

Densi...sentes

Impenetrable thorns

42

Complerant

Had filled

43

Undique

On all sides

44

Rara

Here and there

45

Semita

The path

46

Lucebat

Was showing up

47

Per occultos...callis

Through the secret moorland

48

Tenebrae ramorum

The gloom of the branches

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Onerosaque praeda

And the oppressively heavy plunder [what they stole]

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Euryalum...impediunt

Was hindering Euryalus

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Fallitque timor regione viarum

And fear made him go in the wrong direction

52

Abit

Went away

53

Evaserat hostis

He had escaped the enemy

54

Imprudens

Unaware

55

Atque locos qui post Albae de nomine dicti Albani

And the places which later were called Alban from the name of Alba

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Tum rex stabula alta Latinus habebat

Then king Latinus had high stables

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Ut

When

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Stetit

He stood [still]

59

Respexit

He looked back for

60

Absentem...amicum

His absent friend

61

Euryale infelix

Unlucky Euryalus

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Qua te regione reliqui?

What area did I leave you?

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Quave sequar?

To where shall I follow?

64

Rursus

Again

65

Revolvens

Retracing

66

Perplexum iter omne

The whole mixed up journey

67

Fallacis silvae

Of the treacherous wood

68

Simul

At the same time too

69

Legit

He picked out

70

Retro

Backwards

71

Vestigia

The footsteps

72

Observata

Having been observed

73

Errat

He wandered over

74

Dumis(que) silentibus

The silent thickets