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post praep. with acc.

1 post.—Of place, behind : post urbem in viā Pompeiā: post tergum, Cs.: post montem se occultare, Cs.: post equitem sedet atra cura, H.—Of time, after, since : post factam iniuriam, T.: aliquot post mensīs, some months later : maxima post hominum memoriam classis, since the memory of man , N.: post M. Brutum proconsulem, after the proconsulate : post urbem conditam, since the foundation of Rome : post homines natos: alii post me, future poets , V.: post illa, afterwards , T.: post Hectora, O.: hunc post: decessit post annum quartum quam expulsus erat, N.—Fig., after, beneath, inferior to, less important than, next to : post hunc Apollinem (colunt), Cs.: neque erat Lydia post Chloën, H.: sua necessaria post illius honorem ducere, S.

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