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spirators are bad enough, but when, etc.
Vestalium: see note on p. 130, l. 19.
si quis: for form, see § 148, b, N. (104, a, N.); G. 106, R.; H. 512, I (454, I); cf. H-B. 141, a.
sumpserit: see note on dependisse, p. 146, l. 7; for tense, see note on statueritis, p. 146, l. 17.
ut . . . conlocarent: purp. clause in appos. with id.
nisi vero, etc.: reductio ad absurdum, as usual with this phrase; § 525, b, N. (315, b, N.); G. 591, R.4; H.-B. 578, 31 a.
L. Caesar: L. Caesar (consul B.C. 64), was a distant relative of the Dictator, son of Lucius Caesar (consul B.C. 90, the year of the Social War), the author of the law giving citizenship to the Italian allies (see note, Arch., sect. 7). The sister of Lucius Caesar (the younger) was married to Lentulus, and his mother, Fulvia, was daughter of M. Fulvius Flaccus, the leading adherent of C. Gracchus. When Gracchus and Flaccus found themselves (B.C. 121) drawn into a collision with the Senate, they sent the young son of Flaccus