Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Canes et Corium

Corium in flumine depressum est.
Canes corium vident,
et extrahere celeriter volunt.
Aquam igitur lambere incipiunt.
Sic canes rupti sunt
et pereunt,
corium petentes.

This story is based on 349. Canes et Corium.
Canes et Corium

Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all the Billinghurst images. You can see the dead donkey here whose hide has aroused the dogs' appetites!
canis - dog
et - and
corium - hide, leather
in - in, into
flumen - river, stream
depressus - pressed down, submerged
video - see
extraho - pull out, extract
celeriter - quickly, swiftly,
volo - will, want, wish
aqua - water
igitur - therefore
lambo - lick, lap up
incipio - begin
sic - in this way
rumpo - burst, rupture
pereo - perish, die
peto - seek, strive for

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