Salvete! I'm wondering if anyone can tell me about the locative case. I can't seem to find sufficient resources on the web and neither in the books. I've seen it used in multiple occasions, i e Romae and in "Life of Brian", (Romani ite domum) Brian is corrected by the centurion for his wrongful assumption that domum should here be a dative or an accusative case (Romani ite ad domum). So, please help me out. Is domum in this case a locative in order to single out "home" from any other house? How relative is the locative usage? Why is it concidered obsolete? :wondering: :wondering: :wondering: Iterum salvete!