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  • iter

    journey

    iter faciebant

    they were traveling

    tribus diebus

    in three days

    volebat

    he/she wanted

    identidem

    again and again

    iubebat

    he ordered, kept ordering

    virga, -ae

    stick, switch

    verberabat

    he kept beating, whipping

    ibant

    they were going

    rusticus, -i

    peasant

    septimus

    seventh

    erat

    it was

    quiescebant

    they were resting

    pes, pedis

    foot

    vehicula

    vehicles

    auriga, -ae

    charioteer

    magno risu

    with a loud laugh

    fatuus

    stupid

    tabellarius, -i

    courier

    civis, civis, civium (gen. pl.)

    citizen

    praeclarus

    distinguished

    ab, a + ablative

    from

    pars, partis, partium (gen. pl.)

    part

    ferociter

    fiercely

    Cave

    Watch out (for)

    vito, vitare

    to avoid

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