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huic, sc. Telamon. Aeacus with Minos and Rhadamanthus was judge of the dead, IX. 439. iura reddit, ‘ministers justice,’ as the praetor was said by his decisions ius dicere. On the other hand iura dare in Virg. G. IV. 560, Aen. I. 293, 507, 731 and other passages is explained by Dr. Henry as ‘to legislate,’ though the two functions in heroic times would not be sharply distinguished. See Conington on Virg. Aen.VII. 246-7 Virg. Aen., VIII. 670. silentibus, ‘the dead,’ as in V. 356, XIV. 411, XV. 772. illic, not ‘in the other world,’ “ἐκεῖ”, but simply anticipatory of ubi, ‘in that world, where.’
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