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quod, in that: ยง 572, a (333, a); B. 299, 2 ; G. 525, 2 ; H. 588, 31 N. (516, 2, N.); H-B. 552, 2.

Domiti: L. Domitius Ahenobarbus (consul, B.C. 54), afterwards a leader against Caesar in the Civil War, an arrogant and uncompromising upholder of the aristocracy. The emperor Nero was his descendant.

consularem: sc. praeesse.

documenta maxima: in his praetorship (B.C. 58) Domitius had roughly cut his way through a crowd of the followers of Clodius, killing many of them.


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