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IN what terms and how severely the philosopher Peregrinus in my hearing rebuked a young Roman of equestrian rank, who stood before him inattentive and constantly yawning. . . . and saw him continually yawning and noticed the degenerate dreaminess expressed in his attitude of mind and body. 1 [p. 145]
1 This fragment is preserved by Nonius, II, p. 121, 19, s. v. halucinari.
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