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remissio mercedum, 62
renuntio, I
repressus, 32
requiro, 61
res mancipi, 3, 26
res prolatae, 28
res publica, t, 5
res repetere, 3
resisto, 8+
respondeo, 0, 19
restipulatio, 26

rogare (to hold an election), i
Rufus, Q. Pompeius, 16

subscriptor, +9
suffragatio, 38
suffragator, 10, ++, 71
suffragor, I
supertes, 26
supremus dies: 75
Slintentatlis, not sustentus, 3
sustineo, +6

sacra privata, 27
sacramenti actio, 26
saltator, 13
salubritas, 29
salus, I
sapiens, 7, 61, 66
sapientia, 30, 75, 66
satisfacio, 7
Scaevola, Q. Mucius, 28
Scaurus, V. Jemilius, 16
Scipio, P. Corn. Africanus minor,

tabernne, 73
tabulae, +2
tumen (with ellipse of ‘I say '), 20
tametsi...... tamen, 16
temperans = o wppwv, 64
tempestas comitiorum, 36
tempestivus, 13
teneo (keep in mind), 22, 26

(sustain), 58, 83
te'?uis, 25
termination in -ris (2nd pers. sing.

pass.), 7
testificatio, +9
tirocinium fori, 69
togatus. ..armatus, 84
tracto, 18, 28
transeo, 26
trini ludi (not tres), 40
triumph, 15
tu quidem, 64
Tubero, Q. Aelius, 75
tumultus, 22
tutela, 22
tutor, 22

fiduciarius, 27

optivus, 27
twelve tables, 26, 27

31, 58, 66

scriba, 42
scribo, scriptum (legal), 19, 28
scura, 13
secessio, +9
seductio, 49
senatus auctoritas, 73
sententia, 61
Sertorius, Q., 32
servio, inservio, deservio, 6
servitutem servio, 61
severitas, 65
si= cimep, 87
Silanus, D. Junius, 82
sin autem, 15
societates, 69
sodalicia, 11
sodalis, 56
spectacula, 72
spondeo, 71
sponsio, 26
squalor, sordes, S6, App. A.
status civitatis, 24
sterno, 75
stillicidium, 22
Stoics, 3, 60-66, 76
studium, 9, 66, 75
stultus, 61

Vargunteius, L., 79
vasa Samia, 75
vastitas, 85
Vatia, P. Servilius, 81
venditor, 3
veritas, 60
vero, 9, 12, 65
verum, “right,' 74
verum tamen, 2 I
vindictam imponere, 26
vir, homo, 14

umbra, 'attendant,' 13
umbra......Sol, 30
unde, 26
urbanus...... militaris, 19, 38
ut=ita ut, II

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