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Ablative according Adjectives agrees Alexander anno āre army Asia Athenian Athens ātis ätum ävi battle bellum Book brave brother Caesar called celebrated Cicero citizens clause commander Conjugation conquered consul čre direct ending enemy erat ère esset EXERCISE father founded fuit give Grammar Greece Greek Haec Hannibal History inis inter issime Italy itum king Latin laws lead Lesson liber meaning noun object observe omnes one's onis orator oris person Post praised prep present pupil quae quam quid quod quum regis render Roman Romāni Rome Rule Scipio Second sentence Servius Sing soldiers sometimes subs sunt supply tense Third town Translate into English Translate into Latin urbe urbem verb victory XXIV
Page 139 - Acca, ae, f. Acca Laurentia, the wife of Faustulus, and nurse of Romulus and Remus. Accedo, accedere, accessi, accessum, intr. (ad & cedo,) to move near to; to draw near ; to approach; to advance; to engage in; to undertake. Accendo, accendere accendi, accensum, tr. (ad & candeo) to set on fire. Accensus, a, um, part.