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  1. VEritAs in lUcem Emergit.
    from Justinian's Digest of Roman Law, "The truth emerges into light" or "The truth comes to light."
  2. VEritAs lUcem nOn refugit.
    Truth does not flee the light.
  3. Decline Caesar, singular
    Caesar, Caesaris, m, Caesar

    Nominative - Caesar

    Genitive - Caesaris

    Dative - CaesarI

    Accusative - Caesarem

    Ablative - Caesare
  4. Decline Caesar, plural
    Caesar, Caesaris, m, Caesar

    Nominative - CaesarEs

    Genitive - Caesarum

    Dative - Caesaribus

    Accusative - CaesarEs

    Ablative - Caesaribus
  5. Brutus stabs Caesar.
    Caesarem
  6. Caesar ruled Rome.
    Nominative, Caesar
  7. Suetonis wrote graphic biographies of the Caesars.
    Genitive, Caesarum
  8. The law that made adultery a crime against the state was proposed by Caesar.
    ablative, Caesare
  9. Provincial officials built many temples for the deified Caesars.
    dative, Caesaribus
  10. The Jews and later the Christians, refused to worship the allegedly divine Caesars
    accusative, CaesarEs
  11. Render unto Caesar...
    dative, CaesarI
  12. ...the things that are Caesar's
    genitive, Caesaris
  13. an (conjunction)
    or
  14. lUx, lUcis, f
    light
  15. magis (adverb)
    more
  16. mEns, mentis, f
    mind
  17. mEnsis, mEnsis, m
    month
  18. mIles, mIlitis, m
    soldier
  19. prOcEdO, prOcEdere, prOcessI, prOcessum
    go forward, advance prosper
  20. quid
    what?
  21. reddO, reddere, reddidI, redditum
    give back, render, restore
  22. vEritAs, vEritAtis, f
    truth
  23. virtUs, virtUtis, f
    strength, courage

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