Capitulum XI - Corpus Hūmānum
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Capitulum XI –
Grammar & Morphology:
  • more neuter 3rd declension nouns including ­i-stems
  • accusative & infinitive with videre, audire, sentire iubere, dicere, putare, gaudere, necesse est – indirect speech
  • conjunctions atque & ac
  • preposition de
  • ablative of respect (e.g., pede aeger)
Vocabulary: corpus, membrum, bracchium, crus, manus, caput, auris, os, capillus, frons gena cerebrum, labrum, lingua, pectus, cor, sanguis, vena, color, iecur, vener, viscera, medicus, poculum, culter, humanus, stultus, ruber, sanus, aeger, noster, bene, male, fluere, sanare, sedere, stare, tangere, arcessere, iubere, revenire, aegrotare, dicere, spectare, dolere, apponere, sentire, horrere, palpitare, putare, gaudere, detergere, posse, modo, super, infra, de, atque, nec
Culture: parts of the body; Roman medical practice

Index vocābulōrum:

Rēs discendae in hōc capitulō:

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Link to a Tarheel Reader on corpus humanum: http://tarheelreader.org/2010/10/17/corpus-humanum/

BHS presentation 10/9/12:


A film from Wyoming Catholic College presenting an enactment of Colloquium Undecimum: