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This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
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Festival - a festival held annually at Rome
Q.Ogulnius is appointed dictator to hold the Latin festival.
The consuls celebrate the Latin Festival.
Bad weather disrupts the Latin Festival.
consul Scipio dies at the end of the Latin Festival.
The Latin Festival is repeated.
The Latin Festival is celebrated earlier than usual.
for Macedonia, after celebrating the Latin Festival.
murder the consuls at the Latin Festival, but their plot is discov
senators refuse to participate in the Latin Festival.
Octavianus appears in the forum during the Latin Festival.
 During the Latin festival when the consuls had to
Language - the language of the Romans
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Poetry starts to be composed in Latin.
L.Lucullus receives a thorough education in Greek and Latin.
on the character of Catulus, and the purity of his Latin diction.
who gave the fruit the Latin name of Cerasus, cherry,
was called Caesar, which in Latin means "cut out". When
had only an Odyssey in Latin, which resembled one of the
on the Art of Speaking Latin; that he, who, in the first
intance; pretty often in Latin, but much oftener in Greek;
- which the old and ancient Latin folk did hold. 
ήγια, in Latin textrina. Ennius -
the first place, Latin is a tongue in which Apollo never
used both languages [Greek and Latin] . . . On that accoun
the colour of the sow; for the Latin word for 'white' is
ianus - in order [to hold] the Latin festival  & L.
nation, preceded by the Latin preposition "de", which is
aul was the first man to teach Latin rhetoric at Rome. Cic
ius Plotus, a teacher of Latin rhetoric who was the freedm
teacher of rhetoric, taught in Latin at Rome. 192nd OLYMPI
Ar.] M.Porcius Latro, a Latin declaimer, committed suicid
brass, both in Greek and in Latin. It is as follows:
the whole world, in the Latin tongue, in order that, as
uch agreeableness in his Latin style, as to make it eviden
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