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quae facultas: § 307, e (201, d); cf. B. 251, 4, b; G. 616, 2; H.-B. 327.

in civili causa, on a political question.

quantis . . . delerit: this clause will be best turned into English by translating the participles fundatum, etc., as verbs, and delerit as a relative clause, — with how great toil this empire was established, which one night, etc. In Latin the question is contained in the interrogative modifiers of imperium and not in the main clause.

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