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Then he besought those who were with him to seek safety in flight; he urged them to save themselves for better days, and try at some future time to benefit the land. They all refused to leave him, saying that they would stay and die with him. His son Henry begged him to flee, and leave him to fight the battle. Simon refused: 'Far be it from me, my son. I have grown old in wars and my life hastens to an end. There is something in my blood which tells me my forefathers never fled nor wished to flee from battle. Do you, my son, retire, lest you perish in the flower of youth, you who are to succeed me (God grant it), and succeed to our race, illustrious in the glories of war.' None would consent to seek safety in flight. All prepared themselves steadfastly to meet the doom which could not be avoided.



1. Decline in the singular, mentioning the gender of each —Peidò, tλoûs, KTEίs; supellex, rus: and in the plural, mentioning the gender of each-rauías, ǎorv; filia, domus, lis.

2. Decline in the singular only, in all genders-evxapis, ἵλεως, ἅρπαξ, μέγας, τετυφώς ; senex, par, deses, locuples, celer.

3. Give the comparative and superlative of μákap, evρùs, ndùs, pádios, téρa; saluber, maledicus, infra, anxius, multus.

4. (1) Turn into Oratio Obliquà :

Patres conscripti, per vos, per liberos atque parentes, subvenite misero mihi; ite obviam injuriae: nolite pati regnum Numidiae, quod vestrum est, per scelus et sanguinem familiae nostrae tabescere.

(2) and into Oratio Recta :

Ne ea quae accidissent graviter ferrent, neve his rebus terrerentur. Habendam fortunae gratiam, quod Italiam sine aliquo vulnere cepissent. Recordari debere qua felicitate inter medias hostium classes omnes incolumes essent transportati. Si non omnia caderent, secunda, fortunam esse industria sublevandam.

5. (1) Decline in the dual èyè and σú.

(2) Distinguish between οὗτος, αὑτὸς, and ἐκεῖνος ; που, ποῖ, and πω.

(3) Give the meaning of―adeo, quin, aliquando, ceterum, ubique.

(4) Distinguish between-aliquis and quisquam ; alius and alter; totus and omnis; quot and quoties.

6. Parse—ὤφελον, ἄρᾶρε, συνθεὶς, ἴτωσαν, ὑποσχήσει ; domitum, partiremini, messae, referti, coxere.

7. (1) Give 1st pers. sing. opt., 2nd pers. sing. imperat., infin., and part., of—ἐφάνην, φημὶ, ἔπραξα, πέποιθα, ἤγαγον. (2) Give the perfect and supine of-sono, promo, pello, detrudo, respondeo.

8. Write down :

(1) 2nd pers. plur. 2 aor. subj. act. of åpíornμ.
(2) Ist aor. pass. partic. dat. plur. fem. of xepów.
(3) 3rd pers. plur. pluperf. indic. act. of λaußávo.
(4) 2nd pers. plur. fut. mid. of paívw.

(5) perf. infin. pass. of тpépw.

(6) 3rd pers. sing. pluperf. subj. act. of vincio,
(7) 2nd pers. plur. pres. subj. of nolo.
(8) 3rd pers. plur. fut. perf. pass. of caedo.
(9) 2nd pers. plur. fut. pass. of rapio.
(10) 3rd pers. sing. pluperf. indic. act. of effero.

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