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1 Here too is a succession of puns. Lysidicus is derived from the Greek λύω, to loosen and δίκη, justice. Cimber is a proper name and also means one of the nation of the Cimbri. Germanus is a German and germanus a brother; and he means here to impute to Caius Cimber that he had murdered his brother.
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