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La'beo, Ate'ius

a contemporary of Pliny, who mentions his fancy for small pictures (H. N. 35.4). Bertrandus (de Jurisp. 1.7.4) would read Antistius for Ateius, and, unmindful of chronology, would confound the picture-fancier with the celebrated jurist of the time of Augustus. But we ought probably to read Titidius instead of Atcius. See below, p. 695a.


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