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Serēnus

Calm, clear

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Rōmae

In Rome

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Altus

High

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Īnsula

Apartment building

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Famēs

Hunger

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Cōnfectus

Worn out, exhausted, overcome

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Patrōnus

Patron

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Arcus

Arch

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Via Sacra

The Sacred Way ( road running through the forum )

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Polyspaston

Crane

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Figūra

Figure, shape

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Sculpō, sculpere, scuplsī, sculptus

Sculpt, carve

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Titulus

Inscription

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Frōns

Front

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Īnscrībō, īnscribere, īnscīpsī, īnscriptus

Write, inscribe

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Marmor

Marble

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Lūx

Light, daylight

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Perficiō, perficere, perfēcī, perfectus

Finish

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Titus

Titus ( Emperor of Rome, A.D. 79-81 )

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Dēdicō, dēdicāre, dēdicāvī, dēdicātus

Dedicate

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Opus

Work, construction

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Redemptor

Contractor, builder

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Flāgitō, flagitāre, flāgitāvī

Nag at, put pressure on

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Dēfessus

Exhausted, tired out

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Identidem

Repeatedly

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Ultimus

Last

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Littera

Letter

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Massa

Block

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Sileō, silēre, siluī

Be silent

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Dolor

Grief

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Affectus

Overcome, struck

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Respiciō, respicere, respexī

Look at, look upon

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Quārē?

Why?

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Iūdaeus

Jewish

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Superstes

Survivor

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Rebellō, rebellāre, rebellāvī

Rebel, revolt

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Lūgeō, lūgēre, lūxī

Lament, mourn

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Altera... Altera

One...the other

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...annōs nāta

...years old

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Ūnā cum

Together with

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Nātu maximus

Eldest

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Avia

Grandmother

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Opprimō, opprimere, oppressī, oppressus

Crush, overwhelm

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Indulgeō, indulgēre, indulsī

Give way

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Rēs adversae

Misfortune

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Amplexus

Having embraced

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Abhinc

Ago

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Abhorreō, abhorrēre, abhorruī

Shrink (from)

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Exemplum

Example

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Imitātus

Having imitated

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Obstinātiō

Stubborness

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Afficiō, afficere, Affecī, affectus

Affect

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Crās

Tomorrow

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Beelzebub

Beelzebub, devil

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Ierosolyma

Jerusalem

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Expugnō, expugnāre, expugnāvī, expugnātus

Storm, taken by storm

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Ubīque

Everywhere

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Circiter

About

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Dux

Leader

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Rūpēs

Rock, crag

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Undique

On all sides

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Lacus Asphaltītēs

Lake Asphaltites ( Red Sea )

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Mūnītiō

Defense, fortification

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Validus

Strong

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Castellum

Fort

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Iussū Silvae

At Silva's order

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Agger

Ramp, mound of earth

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Usque ad

Right up to

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Ignis

Fire

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Rērum status

Situation, state of affairs

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Discrīmen

Crisis

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Cōnfīsus

Having trusted, having put trust in

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Servitūs

Slavery

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Īnflīgō, īnflīgere, īnflīxī, ínflīctus

Inflict

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Mortem sibi cōnscīscere

Commit suicide

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Ardor

Spirit, enthusiasm

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Sorte ductī

Chosen by lot

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Relinquus

Remaining

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Ferrum

Sword

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Specus

Cave

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Memor

Remembering, mindful of

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Īdem, eadem, idem

The same

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Dēdicātūrus

Going to dedicate

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Vel...vel

Either...or

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Glōriātus

Having boasted, boasting

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Cōnspicuus

Conspicuous, easily seen

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Equitēs

Equites ( wealthy men ranking below senators )

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Quandō

When

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Acceptūrus

Going to receive

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Exta

Entrails

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Avis

Bird

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Cursus

Flight

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Augur

Augur

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Notō, notāre, notāvī, notātus

Note, observe, jot down

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Gāza

Treasure

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Claudō, claudere, clausī, clausus

Shut, close, block, conclude, complete

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Vultus

Expression, face

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Currus

Chariot

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Vehō, vehere, vēxī, vectus

Carry

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Quia

Because

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Pontifex Maximus

Chief Priest

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Cōnsul

Consul (senior magistrate)

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Magistrātus

Magistrate (elected official of Roman government)

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Admīrātiō

Admiration

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Inde

Then

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Culter

Knife

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Dīvus

Divine

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Dum

While

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Dēfigō, dēfigere, dēfixī, dēfixus

Fix

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Nactus

Having seized

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Pedem referre

Step back

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Mālle

Prefer

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Eōdem modō

In the same way