Latin Tacitus Germanicus and Piso

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  • Created on: 10-06-12 15:21
simulac visa est navis, complentur non solum portus sed etiam moenia ac tecta turba maerentium et rogantium inter se, silentione an voce aliqua egrentiem exciperent.
As soon as the ship was seen, not only the harbour but also the walls and roofs were filled with a crowd of people mourning and asking each other wther they should receive her, as she came out, in silence or with some word
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The phrase 'hibernis maris', means...
wintry sea
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incerta ultionis means...
uncertain of revenge
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asyndeton is used
to make a list seem longer
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a tricolon has ... many points
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Germanicus died
In Antioch
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deinde biduum criminibus obiciendis statuitur utque post intervallum sex dierum reus per triduum defenderetur.
Then two days were allocated for the presenting of charges and it was decreed that after an interval of six days the defendant should be defended for three days.
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incerta ultionis means...

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asyndeton is used

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a tricolon has ... many points

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