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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. Vil 65 lis te bis decimae numerantem frigora brumae conterit una tribus, Gargiliane, foris. ' 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. I. 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 gal’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 magistratus, 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 111 189 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 om. nibus licet facere testamentum. statim enim hi, qui alieno iuri subiecti sunt, testamentum faciendi ius non ha. bent, 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 fa

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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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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xiv 139

alias facies xv 57

assa a dry nurse xiv 208
all xiv 68 without all

assurgere vetulo xiii 55
alliteration xiii 208

ast before consonant xiv 216
Alpes guttur tumidum in -ibus xiii 162 astrology xiv 248. xvi 3 4
alpha et beta xiv 209

atheism xiii 86–89. 119 120. 136-9
altaria tangunt iurantes xiii 89

Athenas Graias nostrasque habet totus
alternum latus puppis xii 31

orbis XV ITO
alumnus leo tollet magistrum xiv 247 Atlanta miserum minori pondere ur.
aluta xiv 282

guebant sidera paucis contenta nu.
alveus plenus fluctu xii 30

minibus xiii 48
amae xiv 305

atque xiv 20 dis atque love
amber xiv 308

attegiae Maurorum xiv 196
amor nummi crescit quantum pecunia atteritur res xvi 50. attrita fronte xiii

242
anaphora of postquam xii 63

attollit villas xiv 95. paupertatem 236
ancipiti planta figens vestigia xiv 272 attonitus xii 21. pro electro xiv 306.
angustum se explicat xii 55

-os habet xiii 194
animam committe ventis xii 57. -as

audi xii 24
produxere xv 94. indulsit communis Augusti portus xii 75
conditor illis tantum -as, nobis ani- aulaea Cereris xiv 263,
mum quoque 148-9

aura modica (non) multum fortior ven.
animus tortor xiii 195.

see anima

tus xii 66
antecedent in relative clause xiv 84.

auri montes xii 129
Nipperdey on Tac. an. iv 56

aut xv. 55. after a negation xiii 50.
antemnae xii 17-19

'or else' 115
Anticyra and its hellebore xiïi 97

avarice dominant xiv 107–255. grows
Antiphates trepidi laris xiv 20

with wealth 139
antiqua atque vetus xv 33

aves Iovis xiv 82
Anubis xv 8

axis quocumque sub -e xiv 42
apex xii 72
apium examen xiii 68

Baetis, flocks on its banks xii

41-2
Apollo vates Cirraeus xiii 79. 203 Baiana cumba xii 80
aquila locuples xiv 197

balantem pecudem xiii 233
ara xiii 219. caespiticia xii 2. Maeo.

balteus xvi 48
tide saevior xv 115.

Cereris -am

barba maiorum xvi 31. -am pectere
tangens xiv 219

coeperit xiv 216
aranea xiv 61

barbati magistri xiv 12
aratro miranti xiii 65. driven by con- Bardaicus calceus iudex xvi 13 14
suls xiv 181

bascauda xii 46
arbor 'mast' xii 32

beans of Pythagoras xv 174
arca xiii 74. aerata xiv 259,

beasts spare their kind xv 159-164
arcano volumine Moyses xiv 102. beati pauperis xiv 120
-a sestertia xiii 73

beaver xii 34-36
archaic words and forms xv 157

belli pars aliqua xii 110. .orum ultima
Archigenes xiii 98. xiv 252

XV 95
arcus Herculei xiii 82

helua elephant xii 104
Ardea xii 105

beta, see alpha
aretalogus xv 16

biberat caelato xii 47
argentum lēve xiv 62

bilem quibusdam moverat xv 15 16
aristae post munus xiv 182—4

bimembris puer xiii 64
arma of dice xiv 5

birthday, see natalis
armamentaria caeli xiii 83

Bithynicus Volusius xv I
artemo xii 69

blaesus xv 48
artifices veneni xiïi 154. -em adqui- blindness a judgement xiii 93
rendi xiv 116

boletus xiv 8
arx caelesti -ce xv 146

bones of heroes xv 70
as assem rogat naufragus xiv 301

branding of slaves xiv 24
aspera vasa xiv 62

brattcola xiii 152
aspice xü 61

breviter dabit omnia Pacuvio xii 125

face xv 141:

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