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lxxx GENERAL LITERATURE DEPARTMENT iis iter perpetuo ad hoc amplissimum praemium civitatis et magno opere iis esse laetandum huius Cornelii benevolen- tiam erga suos remanere Gadibus gratiam et facultatem commendandi in hac civitate versari Qais enim nostrum est cui non ilia civitas sit huius studio cura diligentia commendatior Derive the following words excito-nobilis-Dericulum- convicium-scitum-fundus Parse the following words deterior potius alieni- genarum-iuverit-dicarit-icisse Explain the following commeatus-annona-tetrarchae -praediator-stipendiarii-praetorium-postliminium-sacra Cereris-primi pili centurio-colonia Latina-lex Iulia VII -fcoract nt III 1-6 Translate and explain the historical or mythological allusions in the following Protinus et graves Iras et invisum nepotem Troica quern peperit sacerdos Marti redonabo ilium ego lucidas Inire sedes ducere nectaris Succos et adscribi quietis Ordinibus patiar deorum Dum longus inter saeviat Ilion Romamque pontus qualibet exsules In parte regnanto beati Dum Priami Paridisque busto Insultet armentum et catulos ferae Celent inultae stet Capitolium Fulgens triumphatisque possit Roma ferox dare jura Medis Non me Philippis versa acies retro Devota non exstinxit arbos Nec Sicula Palinurus unda
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