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1 Cicero now proceeds to illustrate his point by giving the empty formulae used by the magistrates in taking the auspices. He represents himself as the celebrant and addresses his assistant, the augur, as “Quintus Fabius”— the name of any free man you please and as indefinite and impersonal as “John Doe,” or “Richard Roe.”
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