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G

as a symbol.

In Greek.—Γ=Γαῖος, γερουσίας (Ψ˙Γ).

=5 =50 =5000 =50,000 (decimal system).

γ᾽=3 γ=3000. See Abacus.

In Latin.—G=Galeria, Galli, Gallica, gener, Genius, gens (in Africa), centuria (C. I. L. xiv. 2278).

G= Gaius (instead of the usual C—rare), cf. Orelli, Inscript. 467, 1660, 4680. See Gaius; Gaia.

G˙D˙N=Genius domini nostri.

G˙F=garum factum, Gemina felix (legio).

G˙H˙L=genius huius loci.

G˙M=genius municipii.

G˙P˙R˙F=genio populi Romani feliciter.

G˙R=Germani Raeti.

G˙S=Germania superior.

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