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[18] Again the same question may make the same person either accuser or accused. “He who has exercised the profession of an actor, is under no circumstances to be allowed a seat in the first fourteen rows of the theatre.”1 An individual who had performed before the praetor in his private gardens, but had never been presented on the public stage, has taken his seat in one of the fourteen rows.

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