VOCABULARY eheu? oh dear! villa house sordida dirty hortus garden squalidus messy tunica dress fessi tired euge! hooray miles soldier
TRANSLATION QUIZ Please pick 5 and translate to English. eheu villa sordida hortus squalidus tunica fessi euge! miles
VOCABULARY vespa wasp parva small balaena whale maxima very big cuniculus rabbit improbus naughty delphinus dolphin benignus friendly porcus pig
TRANSLATION QUIZ Please pick 8 and translate to English. eheu vespa sordida parva squalidus improbus fessi maxima miles balaena cuniculus equus sumus
VOCABULARY bonus/bona good callidus/callida clever formosus/formosa beautiful ignavus/ignava lazy Improbus/improba naughty magnus/magna big
VOCABULARY minimus/minima Very small optimus/optima very good parvus/parva small strenuus/strenua energetic
TRANSLATION QUIZ Please pick 8 and translate to Latin Good – feminine Lazy – masculine Clever – feminine Big – masculine Very good – feminine Small – masculine Beautiful – feminine Very small – masculine Energetic – feminine Naughty – masculine
ROMAN REPORT Small meals for breakfast and lunch Large meal that lasted hours started in afternoon called cena. What a meal consists of for the wealthy: An impressive meal Special wine mixed with water Fruits and Vegetables Venison, chicken, pork, fish, oysters Rice fish sauce called liquamen. Poetry reading Singing or Acrobatic display What a meal consists of for the solidiers: Bread, vegetables, bacon, ham, and beer.
TRANSLATION QUIZ Translate ALL to Latin Good – feminine Lazy – masculine Clever – feminine Big – masculine Very good – feminine Small – masculine Beautiful – feminine Very small – masculine Energetic – feminine Naughty – masculine
VOCABULARY vir optime sir caseus cheese surge! get up! Nunc now noli tangere don’t touch omnes silent everyone is silent redi go back
cubiculum bedroom noli lacrimare don’t cry scilicet of course rident smiles praecipue especially VOCABULARY
MYTH: DAEDALUS & ICARUS Daedalus designed the labyrinth for Minos, King of Crete. Icarus was Daedalus’ son. Minos got angry with Daedalus and locked him and his son in a tower in the maze. Daedalus created wings from wax and feathers to fly away from the tower. The only rule to Icarus was to fly near Daedalus and to not go too low or too high. Icarus ignored the rule and flew too high and the wax melted. Icarus fell into the ocean and died.
MYTH ASSIGNMENT Draw a maze of your own. You must include traps weapons monsters The maze must be all modern. NO ANCIENT GREEK ITEMS. List the modern items on the back of the drawing. DON’T FORGET YOUR NAME!