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Negotium. Chapter 3. Pompeii Business Project. Read pages 43-48 in text Create a business that could have existed in Roman times Pick a location for your business using the map on p.46 Write down the name of your business, goods and services.

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negotium

Negotium

Chapter 3

pompeii business project
Pompeii Business Project
  • Read pages 43-48 in text
  • Create a business that could have existed in Roman times
  • Pick a location for your business using the map on p.46
  • Write down the name of your business, goods and services.
  • 2 sentences about why your location is best suited for your business
  • 2 flyers advertising your business
    • Colorful
    • Should have location
    • Should look different
venalicius translation
Venalicius Translation
  • Pg 40 in text
  • Translate the story into a script
    • Should include:
      • Narrator
      • Characters
      • What characters are thinking
      • Movements
      • Setting
tombstones
Tombstones
  • Romans had tombstones inscribed with statements either representing the dead or as a message to the living
example inscriptions
Example Inscriptions

Sit tibi terra levis: May the earth be light upon you

Stranger, my message is short. Stand by and read it through. Here is the unlovely tomb of a lovely woman. Her parents called her Claudia by name. She loved her husband with all her heart. She bore two sons; of these she leaves one on earth; under the earth she has placed the other. She was charming in converse, yet gentle in bearing. She kept house, she made wool. That's my last word. Go your way.

Siste, viator - Wait, traveler

Non fui, fui, non sum, non curo - I was not, I was, I am not, I do not care

Hodie mihi, cras tibi - mine today, yours tomorrow

roman tombstones
Roman Tombstones
  • Design your own tombstone
  • Needs to have at least 3 Latin words
  • Can use Latin name
  • Needs:
    • Birthday (year)
    • Death day (year)
    • HSE (hic situs est)
grammar review
Grammar Review
  • Textbook - page 42
  • Exercises A & C
study guide
Study Guide
  • Vocab page 50
  • Translation
  • Questions about culture from pages 43-48
  • Nominatives and Accusatives