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lius in Macr. Sat. III 16 & 16 dum eunt, nulla est in angiporto amphora, quam non impleant, quippe qui vesicam plenam vini habeant. § 16 veniunt in comitium, tristes iubent dicere. quorum negotium est dicunt, iudex testes poscit, ipsus it mictum. ubi redit, vix prae vino sustinet palpebras.

PARATI 'when equipped for the fray we part combat and fight in the law's dilatory lists.'

47 LENTAQUE FORI PUGNAMUS HARENA Mart. VII 65 lis te bis decimae numerantem frigora brumae , conterit una tribus, Gargiliane, foris. I a miser et demens! viginti litigat annis quisquam, cui vinci, Gargiliane, licet ?

PUGNAMUS VII 173 n. Ov. Pont. iv § 29 Marte forensi.

48 BALTEUS a sword-belt (Serv. Aen. v 313) worn over the shoulder Aen. XII 941—2, umero cum apparuit alto | balteus et notis fulserunt cingula bullis. made of leather Varro l. 1. IV $ 116 balteum quod cingulum e corio habebant bullatum balteum dictum. Also used as a purse Spartian. Hadr. 10 $ 5 sine auro balteum sumeret.

49 AGENDI XIII 32 agentem.

50 Holyday, “their means ne’er, without fruit, are gall’d with the long trigger of a suit.'

RES ATTERITUR the property in dispute is worn away, 'wasted.' Plin. ep. IX 33 $ 10 confluebant omnes ad spectaculum ma. gistratus, quorum adventu et mora modica res publica novis sumptibus atterebatur.

SUFFLAMINE VIII 148 n. Sen. exc. contr. iv praef. § 7 tanta erat illi velocitas orationis, ut vitium fieret. itaque divus Augustus optime dixit 'Haterius noster sufflaminandus est.'

51—60 Third privilege of soldiers, the castrense peculium II 189 n. A son, who was in manu patris, had no property of his own, strictly speaking: what he was allowed to enjoy as such (his peculium) was held on a precarious tenure, and 'might be taken from him by his father; but in the imperial times this law was relaxed in favour of soldiers. inst. II 12 pr. non tamen omnibus licet facere testamentum. statim enim hi, qui alieno iuri subiecti sunt, testamentum faciendi ius non habent, adeo quidem, ut, quamvis parentes eis permiserint, nihilo magis iure testari possunt; exceptis his, quos antea enumeravimus

, et praecipue militibus, qui in potestate parentum sunt, quibus de eo, quod in castris acquisierint, permissum est ex constitutionibus principum testamentum facere. whatever a filius familias gains qua soldier, his kit, pay, prize-money, or from his comrades, he gains not for his father, but as his own absolute property, as though he were paterfami. lias dig. XIV 6 2. He can carry on a suit against his father. dig. XLIX 17 'de castrensi peculio' 2.

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51 52 SOLIS TESTANDI MILITIBUS IUS VIVO PATRE DATUR dig. XXIX i 'de testamento militis.' Afterwards, by a fiction like that of the ius trium liberorum, civilians were by special grace admitted to share the privilege dig. XXXVII 6 1 § 15 quasi castrense peculium.

52 33 PARTA LABORE MILITIAE dig. XLIX 17 castrense peculium est, quod a parentibus vel cognatis in militia agenti donatum est vel quod ipse filius familias in militia adquisiit, quod, nisi militaret, adquisiturus non fuisset. nam quod erat et sine militia adquisiturus, id peculium eius castrense non est.

CORPORE CENSUS dig. IV 2 20 corpus patrimonii.

54 OMNE TENET CUIUS REGIMEN PATER Sen. ben. VII 4 § 6 omnia patris sunt, quae in liberorum manu sunt. Gaius II 87 igitur (quod] liberi nostri, quos in potestate habemus, ... mancipio accipiunt vel ex traditione nanciscuntur, sive quid stipulentur vel ex aliqualibet causa adquirant, id nobis adquiritur : ipse enim, qui in potestate nostra est, nihil suum habere potest.

54-56 CORANUM CAPTAT PATER from Hor. s. II 5 55–69 where the father-in-law Nasica is bilked by the son-in-law Coranus 57 captatorque dabit risus Nasica Corano.

55 CASTRORUM AERA MERENTEM Ov. am. 19 44 in castris aera

often stipendia merere, or merere alone. See Non. p. 344 MERET militat ... Lucil. lib. XI [9 M] 'annos hic terra iam plures miles Hibera | nobiscum meret'... Varro rer. hum. lib. xx 'qui in ordine erat, is aes militare mere. bat.'

56 CAPTAT XII 93 n. 98 n.

57 PROVEHIT Plin. ep. X 13=8 dignitati ad quam me provexit indulgentia tua. Tac. h. II 75 e gregario ad summa militiae provectum.

60 PHALERIS ET TORQUIBUS XI 103 n. Polyb. vi 39 3 'to the foot-soldier who has laid an enemy low and spoiled him, a goblet, to the horseman palapa are given.' DH. x 37 L. Siccius Dentatus won 83 golden collars (otpettol) for the neck and 25 pádapa éilonua. Sil. XV 254–6 tum merita aequantur donis ac praemia virtus . sanguine parta capit. phaleris hic pectora fulget, | hic torque aurato circumdat bellica colla.

PHALERIS e before r as in camera, Camerina (cf. Roby 1 73 § 230 3). In 1858 phalerae were discovered at Lauersfort near Crefeld. They are bosses of thin bronze, silver or gold, chased in relief, filled in with pitch, and worn as medals are now, on the breast, fastened to a belt by a back-piece of copper. On some stones soldiers appear wearing 9 pňalerae on a network of thongs across the breast. In inscr. torquibus armillis phaleris donatus is common CIL v 7495 L. Coelius Q. f. miles leg. vIIII.

signifer ob virtutes palaris torquibus armillis don[atus)

. Rich companion. Forcellini.

TORQUIBUS worn over the breast; borrowed from the Gauls. We find ala bis torquata Orelli inscr. 516. Rich.

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INDEX

(Otto Hahn ed. 1851 has a complete index of words: so has Achaintre. Ruperti has a very full one of phrases, which Lemaire further enlarged: a very good index in Maittaire's handsome little volume.)

a ministro ferienda xii 14. a Pyrra

XV 30' abeant in ventres novalia xiv 149.

.; 213 abicit xv 17

ablative. curentur medicis maioribus aegri xiii 124.

abl. abs. of the same person as the subject xiii 2 3. abl. abs. of part. in -rus xiv 59. abl. of difference xiv 201. Archigenē xiii

98 ablegandae Tiberim ultra mercis xiv

202 abnego niimmos xiii 94 abnueret dare veniam xv 104 absolvitur nemo nocens se iudice xiii acceptae cicutae xiii 186. accipe xiii

120, XY 31 accusative cogn. xii 128. xiv 53. 295 acer acri Falerno xüïi 216. ibus exem.

plis te cludere xiv 322 acervo e medio Fortunae ductus casus

xiii 10 aceto Phario madentis xiii 85 Achilles vicit Pelea xiv 213-4 ad 'to meet' xiii 167. ad Castora ponendi nummi xiv 260.

ad cyathos ad fulgura pallent xiii 223. ad subsellia xvi 14 adde quod xiv 114 adeo xiv 234: adfectibus xii 10. -tus mutuus XV 150 adjective as subst. xiii 124.

xiv 120. in bilis xvi 21 admittere 'commit a crime' xiii 237 adquirendi xiv 115 adultera filia Largae xiv 25 adversis fatis xiii 156

adyti vox digna templo xiii 205 aedificator xiv 86 Aegaei maris rupem xiii 246. Aegaei

pater Neptunus 81 aegri subst. xiii 124 Aegyptos see Egypt aeluros xv 7 Aeneae coxam percussit Tydides xv 67 Aeolus xv 20 aequo flagrantior xiii 11 aerolites xiii 67 aerugo xiii 61 cum tota -ine follem aestivum tonat xiv 295. -i lacerti 131 aetas nona xiii 28 afficiunt mire inscripta ergastula xiv

24 Agamemnona mugire credit Aiax xiv

286 Agathyrsi xy 125 ages of the world xiii 28. 30 agere pacem cum xv 163 aggeris molem xvi 26 agna coronata lustrari xiii 63. -am ni.

veam ducimus Iunoni xii 3 Aiax his strength xv 65. madness xiv

286—7. praeteriit Telamonem 213—4 alas grandes miretur Laelius xiv 195 Alba founded by lulus xii 71-3. Al

banum vinum xiïi 214 albae gallinae filius xiii 141. -i staminis

lanificae Parcae xii 65. gallinae fi

lius -ae xiii 141 Alcinous and Ulixes xy 14-26 alea damnosa iuvat senem xiv 4 Alexander and Diogenes xiv 311-3 aliena sibi credit ulla mala ? XV 142 aliqua pars belli xiii 110. -is de ponte

xiv 134. -id de sanguine xv 92

xiii 44:

alias facies xv 57 all xiv 68 without all alliteration xiii 208 Alpes guttur tumidum in -ibus xiii 162 alpha et beta xiv 209 altaria tangunt iurantes xiii 89 alternum latus puppis xii 31 alumnus leo tollet magistrum xiv 247 aluta xiv 282 alveus plenus fluctu xii 30 amae xiv 305 amber xiv 308 amor nummi crescit quantum pecunia

xiv 139

anaphora of postquam xii 63 ancipiti planta figens vestigia xiv 272 angustum se explicat xii 55 animam committe ventis xii 57. -as

produxere xv 94. indulsit communis conditor illis tantum -as, nobis ani

mum quoque 148-9 animus tortor xiii 195.

see anima antecedent in relative clause xiv 84.

Nipperdey on Tac. an. iv 56 antemnae xii I7-19. Anticyra and its hellebore xiii 97 Antiphates trepidi laris xiv 20 antiqua atque vetus xv 33 Anubis xv 8 apex xii 72 apium examen xiji 68 Apollo vates Cirraeus xiii 79. 203 aquila locuples xiv 197. ara xiii 219. caespiticia xii 2. Maeotide saevior xv 115.

Cereris -am tangens xiv 219 aranea xiv 61 aratro miranti xiii 65. driven by con

suls xiv 181 arbor 'mast' xii 32 arca xiii 74. aerata xiv 259 arcano volumine Moyses xiv 102. face xy 141.

-a sestertia xiii 73 archaic words and forms xv 157 Archigenes xiii 98. xiv 252 arcus Herculei xiii 82 Ardea xii 105 aretalogus xv 16 argentum lēve xiv 62 aristae post munus xiv 182-4 arma of dice xiv 5 armamentaria caeli xiii 83 artemo xii 69 artifices veneni xiii 154. -em adqui

rendi xiv 116 arx caelesti -ce xv 146 as assem rogat naufragus xiv 301 aspera vasa xiv 62 aspice xii 61

assa a dry nurse xiv 208 assurgere vetulo xiii 55 ast before consonant xiv 216 astrology xiv 248. xvi 3 4 atheism xiii 86–89. 119 120. 136—9 Athenas Graias nostrasque habet totus

orbis XV ITO Atlanta miserum minori pondere ure

guebant sidera paucis contenta nu

minibus xiii 48 atque xiv 206 dis atque Iove attegiae Maurorum xiv 196 atteritur res xvi 50. attrita fronte xiii

242 attollit villas xiv 95. paupertatem 236 attonitus xii 21. pro electro xiv 306.

-os habet xiii 194 audi xii 24 Augusti portus xii 75 aulaea Cereris xiv 263 aura modica (non) multum fortior ven.

tus xii 66 auri montes xii 129 aut xv, 55, after a negation xiii 50.

'or else' 115 avarice dominant xiv 107–255. grows

with wealth 139 aves Iovis xiv 82 aris quocumque

sub -e xiv 42 Baetis, flocks on its banks xii 41–2 Baiana cumba xii 80 balantem pecudem xiïi 233 balteus xvi 48 barba maiorum xvi 31. -am pectere

coeperit xiv 216 barbati magistri xiv 12 Bardaicus calceus iudex xvi 13 14 bascauda xii 46 beans of Pythagoras xv 174 beasts spare their kind xv 159-164 beati pauperis xiv 120 beaver xii 34-36 belli pars aliqua xii 110. orum ultima helua elephant xii 104 beta, see alpha biberat caelato xii 47 bilem quibusdam moverat xv 15 16 bimembris puer xiï 64 birthday, see natalis Bithynicus Volusius XV I blaesus xv 48 blindness a judgement xiii 93 boletus xiv 8 bones of heroes xv 70 branding of slaves xiv 24 bratteola xiii 152 breviter dabit omnia Pacuvio xii 125

XV 95

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