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1 Nomen is not infrequently used in the sense of “people”: cf., e.g., III. viii. 10 and the similar usage in the phrase nomen Latinum.
2 B.C. 191
3 This incident raises the question of the relation between Quinctius and Acilius (see also the note to i. 8 above). The actions of Quinctius at this time are hardly normal activities of a military subordinate, although they might [10??] be covered by the powers granted him by the senate (
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