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nefandas, the persons of ambassadors being held sacred, even in cases where they abused their privilege. Cf. Liv. II. iv. 7,de legatis paululum addubitatum est; et quanquam visi sunt commisisse, ut hostium loco essent, ius tamen gentium valuit”.

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    • Livy, The History of Rome, Book 2, 4.7
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