Rēgulus erat senātor Rōmānus. in vīllā magnificā habitābat. vīlla erat prope Nūceriam. Nūcerīnī et Pompēiānī erant inimīcī. Nūcerīnī, quod amphitheātrum nōn habēbant, saepe ad amphitheātrumPompēiānum veniēbant; saepe erant turbulentī.
Rēgulus ōlim spectāculum splendidum in amphiteātrō ēdidit, quod diem nātālem celebrābat. multī Nūcerīnī igitur ad urbem vēnērunt. cives Pompēiānī eratīrātī, quod Nūcerīnī viās complēbant. omnēs tamen ad forum contendērunt, ubi nūntiī stābant! nūntiī spectāculum optimum nūntiābant:
“gladiātōrēs adsunt! vīgintī gladiātōrēs hodiē pugnant! rētiāriīadsunt! murmillōnēs adsunt! bēstiāriī bēstiās ferōcēs agitant!”
Nūcerīnī, postquam nūntiōs audīvērunt, ad amphitheātrum quam celerrimē contendērunt. Pompēiānī quoque ad amphitheātrum festīnāvērunt.hī Pompēiānī Nūcerīnōs et Rēgulum vituperābant, quod Nūcerīnī erant turbulentī. omnēs vehementer clāmābant. cīvēs, tamen, postquam amphitheātrum intrāvērunt, tacuērunt. prīmam pugnam exspectābant.
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this is about it, some words are out of order but it carries the same message.
Regulus was the Roman senator. In a magnificenthouse did he live. The house was near Nuceria. The people of Nuceria and the people of Pompeii were enemies. The people of Nuceria, because they had no amphitheater, often did come to the amphitheater inPompeii; often was rowdy.
Regulus once presented a splendid show in the amphitheater, because he was celebrating his birthday. Many people of Nuceria therefore came to the city. The citizens ofPompeii were irritated, because the people of Nuceria filled the streets. However all at the forum were content, where the messengers stand. The messengers were announcing the optimum show:
"Thegladiators are here! Twenty gladiators fight today! Retiarii are here! Murmillones are here! Beast fighters hunt the fierce beast!"
The people of Nuceria, after they heard the announcements,...