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1 " Rex Sacrorum." This was a priest elected from the patricians, on whom the priestly duties devolved, which had been originally performed by the kings of Rome. He ranked above the Pontifex Maximus, but was possessed of little or no political influence.
2 No doubt there was trickery in this.
3 No doubt there was trickery in this.
4 This was P. Vitellius, who served under Germanicus in Germany. He was one of the accusers of Cn. Piso, who was charged with having poisoned Germanicus.
5 The cardiac disease, as alleged.
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