Beg Classical Latin II
Beg Classical Latin II LATIN 1020
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Latin 1010 Pro Christensen Ch 20 PampR 1213 Cicero Urgesquot 12 We cannot have the fruits of peace unless we ourselves free our families from heavy dread Fructus pacis habere non possumus nos ipsi familias timore gravi liberamus 13 Those bands of unfortunate men and women will come to us from other countries in which they are deprived of the benefits of citizenship Illae manus virorum feminarumque miserarum ad nos venient ex terries aliis in quibus fructibus civitatis carent CICERO URGES CATILINE39S DEPARTURE FROM ROME Habemus senatus consultum contra te Catilina vehemens et grave acre iudicium habemus We have a vigorous and stem decree of the senate against you Catiline we have a severe judgment et vires et consilium civitas nostra habet Quid est Catilina Cur remanes 0 di immortales and our state has the power and a plan What is it Catiline Why do you remain Immortal gods Discede nunc ex hac urbe cum mala manu sceleratorum magno metu me liberabis si omnes Depart now from this city with your wicked band of criminals you will free me from great fear if you istos coniuratos tecum educes Nisi nunc discedes te cito eiciemus Nihil in civitate nostra te lead all those conspirators out with you Unless you depart now we will quickly throw you out Nothing in our state delectare potest Age age Deinde curre ad Manlium istum amicum malum te diu desideravit can please you Come come Then run to Manlius that evil friend of yours he has desired you for a long time Incipe nunc gere bellum in civitatem Brevi tempore te omnesque tuos hostes patriae Begin now wage war against the state In a short time we will conquer you and all your men vincemus et omnes vos poenas graves semper dabitis enemies of the fatherland and you will all forever pay a grievous penalty