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1. consules praetoresque, cum idibus Martiis magistratum inissent, provincias sortiti sunt. [2] L. Lentulo Italia, P. Villio Macedonia, praetoribus L. Quinctio urbana, Cn. Baebio Ariminum, L. Valerio Sicilia, L. Villio Sardinia evenit. [3] Lentulus consul novas legiones scribere iussus, Villius a P. Sulpicio exercitum accipere; in supplementum eius, quantum militum videretur, ut scriberet, ipsi permissum. [4] praetori Baebio legiones, quas C. Aurelius consul habuisset, ita decretae, ut retineret eas, donec consul novo cum exercitu succederet; [5] in Galliam ubi is venisset, omnes milites exauctorati domum dimitterentur praeter quinque milia socium; [6] [p. 100] iis obtineri circa Ariminum provinciam satis esse. 1 prorogatum imperium praetoribus prioris anni, C. Sergio, ut militibus, qui in Hispania, Sicilia, Sardinia stipendia per multos annos fecissent, [7] agrum adsignandum curaret, Q. Minucio, ut in Bruttiis idem de coniurationibus quaestiones, quas praetor cum fide curaque exercuisset, [8] perficeret et eos, quos sacrilegii compertos in vinculis Romam misisset, Locros mitteret ad supplicium, quaeque sublata ex delubro Proserpinae essent, reponenda cum piaculis curaret. [9] [p. 101] feriae Latinae pontificum decreto instauratae sunt,

[10] ab Suessa nuntiatum est duas portas quodque inter eas muri erat de caelo tactum; et Formiani legati aedem Iovis, item Ostienses aedem Iovis, et Veliterni Apollinis et Sangus aedes, et in Herculis aede capillum enatum; [11] et ex Bruttiis ab Q. Minucio propraetore scriptum eculeum cum quinque pedibus, pullos gallinaceos tris cum ternis pedibus natos esse. [12] a P. Sulpicio proconsule ex Macedonia litterae adlatae, in quibus inter cetera scriptum erat lauream in puppi navis longae enatam. [13] priorum prodigiorum causa senatus censuerat, ut consules maioribus hostiis, quibus diis videretur, sacrificarent; [14] ob hoc unum prodigium haruspices in senatum vocati, atque ex responso eorum supplicatio populo in diem unum indicta et ad omnia pulvinaria res divinae factae.

1 a. u. c. 555.

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