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sapplicatio: a day of prayer, proclaimed by the Senate, either in thanksgiving (gratulatio) as in the present case, or in entreating favor of the gods.

eoram, i.e. the gods.

togato, as a civilian: cf. Cat. 1, p. 125, l. 17 and note. See Fig. 33.

liberassem: in the decree, liberavit,

hoc interest, there is this difference.

bene gesta, as well as conservata, agrees with re publica (abl. abs.).

faciendam . . . fuit: observe that this form has not here its usual cont. to fact implication.

jas, rights.

tamen: he was allowed to resign instead of being put to death without resigning (as in the case below).

qaae . . . faerat, what had not been a scruple to Afarius a scruple which had not prevented M. from (quo minus, etc.).

qao minas . . occideret, to prevent his killing, following religio: ยง 558, b (319, c); Cf. B. 295, 3; G. 549; H. 568, 8 (499, 3, N.1); H-B. 502, 31 b.

C. Glauciam: see note on Cat. 1, p. 101, l. 1.

nominatim, i.e. Marius acted merely under the general authority conferred on him by the Senate in the formula, Videatit consules, etc. (see note on Cat. 1, p. 100, l. 12).

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