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Two Latin Plays for High-School Students

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Author: Susan Paxson
Published: 1911
Language: Latin
Wordcount: 11,099 / 46 pg
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 844
Added to site: 2010.04.06
mnybks.net#: 27257
Genre: Drama
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circ;minus in illô Alba velut gemma caelô.

Quandô fervêns Sôl discessit, Nec calôre prâta pâscit, Mox ostendis lûmen pûrum Micâns, micâns per obscûrum.

Mag. Quis alius recitâre potest?

All (shouting). Ego possum, ego possum.

Mag. Bene; Mârce Antônî, recitâ.

M. Ant. Três philosophî dê Tusculô Mare nâvigârunt vâsculô; Sî vâs fuisset tûtius Tibi canerem diûtius.

Others (shouting). Mihi recitâre liceat.

Mag. Recitâ, Gnaeî Pompêî.

Gn. Pom. Iôannês, Ioannês, tîbîcine nâtus, Fûgit perniciter porcum fûrâtus. Sed porcus vorâtus, Iôannês dêlâtus, Et plôrâns per viâs it fûr, flagellâtu

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