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Africa Amulius Andrews Arcadia Asia Minor Asinus Bacchus Cimbri Epirus Etruria Exercises First Latin Book Gallia Hannibal India Inis Ionia Italy Jupiter Latin Grammar Latium Macedonia Mithridates Pavo Pyrrhus Roman Romulus Sparta Supply Thrace Vulpes ablative accusative active voice adjective arum atis atum atus sum back battle bellum belonging bring called celebrated city comp conj conjugation consul country daughter distinguished elephantos facio family famous found freq general genitive give gladiator great icis idis indicative mood infinitive inquit island issimus itum king make mare mare internum millia mountain name north notes one's onis oris orum pass passive voice people perfect tense place prep present quum reference represent an action river rule same sine small subject surname take terminations thing three throw time tion town turn urbem used verb wife work
Page 2 - If your series of ENGLISH CLASSICS is to be judged by this volume, I do not hesitate to pronounce it superior to any other with which I am ..familiar. Mr. Bates' edition is the best annotation of the ' Ancient Mariner
Page 96 - Haec omnia Scipio civitatibus Italiae, Siciliae, Africae reddidit, quae sua recognoscebant. Ita Carthago septingentesimo anno, postquam condita erat, deleta est.
Page 252 - Spero, are, avi, atum, tr. to hope; to expect. Spes, ei, f. hope; expectation; promise. Speusippus, i, m. the nephew and successor of Plato. Sphinx, gis, f. a Sphinx. The Egyptian Sphinx is represented as a monster having a woman's head on the body of a lion.