Ch. 17 By Philip C. in 1st Period By football1010 Oct 1, 2010 Erat undecimā horā. It was the eleventh hour. Oct 2, 2010 Tandem Eucleides, “Videsne illud aedificium, domine?” inquit. Finally Eucleides asks, "Do you see that building master?" Oct 3, 2010 Fortasse caupō aliōs equōs habet. Perhaps the innkeeper has other horses. Oct 4, 2010 “Cūr timēs, mea domina?” "Why are you afraid, my master?" Oct 5, 2010 Ille caupō est amicus meus. This innkeeper is my friend. Oct 6, 2010 "Senatores Romanī in cauponīs nōn pernoctant.” Roman Senators do not stay at inns. Oct 7, 2010 Nulla vehicula apparent quod advesperascit. No vehicles appear because it is dark. Oct 8, 2010 Est nullum auxilium. There is no help. Oct 9, 2010 Necesse est igitur ad cauponam ire. For this reason it is necessary to travel to the inn. Oct 10, 2010 Itaque, dum Eucleides Cornelios ad cauponam dūcēbat, raedarius solus in viā manebat; raedam et equos custodiebat. Therefore, while Eucleides and Cornelius lead to the inn, the coachman is the only one who stays in the road; the horse and carriage were guarding.