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exspectata, so long waited for. For some years (B.C. 87-83), while Sulla was in the East, the Marian faction had full control at Rome, and a reign of terror prevailed.
servoli, diminutive of contempt.
bona, estates; fortunas (more generally), wealth.
id actum est: cf. p. 19, l. 22.
senserim, sided with them: this verb, with its noun sententia, often refers to political opinions.
inermis, i.e. had he taken up arms, his regret would have been deeper.
cuique, to every man in proportion as he is, etc.: § 313, b (93, c); cf. B. 252,5, c; G. 318, ; H. 515, 2 (458, I); H.-B. 278, 2, b.
probe novit: note the strong sarcasm, which points the distinction between the noble cause which was at stake and the sordid motives of Chrysogonus.
ille: here indefinite, referring to the supposed person who thinks himself attacked.
rationem, interests (so that what touches one touches the other): a mercantile figure, as we might say, "who thinks his accounts