By Cambridge School Classics Project
The top Latin path all over the world e-book II focuses first on lifestyles in Roman Britain prior to relocating additional afield to Egypt. e-book II is complete color all through, with a transparent format of reports and language notes. that includes a word list for speedy reference and comprehension questions, the booklet additionally contains a complete rationalization of language issues and grammar perform routines.
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Extra info for Cambridge Latin Course 2 Student's Book: Bk. II
Subito navis 15 Cantica in scopulum incurrit. nautae perterriti damaverunt; aqua navem complebat. Belimicus et Cantici nihil facere poterant; navis mox summersa erat. interea Dumnorix, qui cum summa ciira navigabat, circum metam navem direxit. navis ad litus incolumis pervenit. 0 spectatores Dumnorigem laudaverunt. Regnenses laeti, Cantici miseri erant. tum omnes ad mare oculos vertebant. difficile erat eis nautas videre, quod in undis natabant. omnes tamen Belimicum videre poterant, quod in summo saxo sedebat.
Victima, quam rex elegit, erat agnus niveus. rex eum sacrificavit. 'decorum est nobis Claudium honorare', inquit. sacerdotes quoque victimas ceteras sacrificaverunt. tum decem principes Britannici lectum in umeros sustulerunt. effigiem ex a trio portaverunt. post principes venerunt sacerdotes, qui sollemniter cantabant. in area erat rogus. principes, qui effigiem portabant, ad rogum cum magna dignitate processerunt. effigiem in rogum posuerunt. servus regi facem tradidit. tum rex facem in rogum posuit.
He and his immediate successors did not consider Britain to be worth the trouble of conquering. But in AD 43 the Emperor Claudius decided to invade. Perhaps he had received fresh information about British wealth; more probably he needed some military success for his own prestige. Claudius did not lead the invasion force himself, but he followed it. He spent sixteen days in Britain, watching his army's assault on Colchester (Camulodunum) and giving official approval to the actions of his commander Aulus Plautius.