This is quite simple Latin, but being an adolescent GCSE student I'm still stuck. I will provide my (albeit feeble) translation attemps with the sentences. 1. anulum inventum ad centuionem tulimus. The word I'm really stuck on here is tulimus. It's not in my Latin dictionary and I can't seem to find it online either. If anyone could provide it I would be very grateful. Apart from that, I have: After finding the ring we (I'm guessing brought/carried) it to the centurion. 2. statuae deorum, ex auro factae, ad templum portabantur. Is this The statue of the Gods, having been made from gold was carried to the temple? Or, in better English After/when the statue of the Gods had been made from gold, they carried it to the temple? 3. ecce! duos elephantos video per viam procedentes. Look! I see two elephants proceeding through the street? 4. dux, milites hortatus, principia intravit. The leader, having encouraged the soldiers entered the headquarters?