Important Terms For The Caesar Unit
Latin For Caesar Terms
Of or related to a phrase that describes a noun.
The word that an adjective modifies.
A verbal noun whose Nominative is the Present Active Infinitive (2nd Principal Part) and Genitive, Dative, Accusative and Ablative cases are similar to the 2nd Declension Masculine endings.
A statement which is being referred to or related. Indirect Statement has a unique formula or structure in Latin which you should review.
The 2nd Prinicpal Part of a verb which is preceded by the word "to" in English and which ends in either -are, -ere or -ire in Latin. The Infinitive is used to form many other verb forms in Latin and is essential to understanding how to conjugate verbs in Latin.
"Periphrastic" is derived from Greek and refers to a "roundabout (peri-) way of saying (-phrastic) something". In the case of the Passive Periphrastic: "something said in an indirect way using the passive voice."
A pronoun (who, which, whom, whose) that introduces an adjectival clause which modifies its antecedent.
Verbs which express what is imagined, wished, uncertain or possible.
Works of Caesar Terms
Chief magistrates who convened and presided over the Senate and assemblies, initiated and administered legislation, served as generals in military campaigns, and represented Rome in foreign affairs.
The ladder of political advancement during the Late Republic and Empire.
The highest political authority which included the right to command an army, to interpret and carry out the law and to pass sentences of death.
A civil officer or lay judge who administers the law
An aristocrat or nobleman.
A person from the common people.