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spolium ī, n

SCAL-.—Of an animal, the skin, hide, fell : leonis, O.: monstri, O.Plur, the arms stripped from an enemy, booty, prey, spoil : hostium: spoliorum causā hominem occidere: multa spolia praeferebantur, Cs.: Indutus spoliis, V.: spolia ducis hostium caesi, L.: forum spoliis provinciarum ornasse: aliorum spoliis nostras opes augere: virtutis honor spoliis quaeratur in istis, arms (of the dead Achilles), O.: Egregiam laudem et spolia ampla refertis, i. e. victory , V.Sing. (poet.): Quo nunc Turnus ovat spolio, V.: Actoris spolium, V.

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