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or Clavulāris. The cursus clabularis in the Theodosian Code and in Ammianus Marcellinus (xx. 4) denotes the system of military trans

Clabulare. (Pompeian Painting.)

port by means of carriages and vehicles. Iohannes Lydus derives the word from clavus (De Mensibus, i. 9). If we may trust the text of Cod. Theod. vi. 29, 2.2, clabulare is the name of a wagon, the word here also being used in connection with the transport service. Hence it has been derived from clavulae in the sense of rails.

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