CLASSICAL LITERACY

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The Story of Lorem Ipsum: How Scrambled Text by Cicero Became the Standard for Typesetters Everywhere (from OpenCulture.com)

Latin Quotes in Movies: Listen to the clips and answer the questions!

Twenty Latin Phrases You Should Be Using (from Mental Floss)

The Roman numeral LIIII (54) from the Roman Colosseum

FIRST SEMESTER 2018-2019

1) E pluribus unum

2) an olive branch

3) Sic semper tyrannis

4) Perseverando

5) annuit coeptis

6) novus ordo seclorum

7) ex post facto

8) a face that could launch a thousand ships

9) Patior ut potiar

10) Famam extendimus factis

11) a.m./ante meridiem

12) p.m./post meridiem

13) hoi polloi

14) Don't count your chickens

15) quid pro quo

16) sub rosa

17) e.g. / exempli gratia

18) ad astra per aspera

19) per capita

20) give a sop to Cerberus

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21) p.n.g. / persona non grata

22) fortuna fortibus favet

23) Roma locuta est; causa finita est

24) Pro scientia et humanitate

25) ut ameris, amabilis esto

26) i.e. / id est

27) e=mc^2

28) the tongue is sharper than the sword (logos)

29) lex talionis

30) an Adonis

31) sine qua non

32) pax tecum / pax vobiscum

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