#26 – Fabula de ultione porcina | Litterae Latinae 2

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Cum praedones ad Tyrrhenam terram navem piraticam appulissent, ex hara permultos sues furto abactos in navem imposuerunt; funibus, quibus religata erat, solutis, ad navigandum incubuerunt.

Suarii praesentibus piratis silentium tenebant, quoad e portu illi se eripuissent, et e terra abessent tantum spatii quantum vox clamantis audiri posset. Tum demum, consueta voce utentes, sues retrorsum ad se revocabant. Porci, ut primum clamorem sublatum audiverunt, statim in unum navis latus collecti eam everterunt. Itaque piratae malefici naufragio mox ad unum perierunt; sues vero incolumes ad suos enatarunt.

Hardy, H. J. A Latin reader for the lower forms in schools


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