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[3] Be that as it may, on the day when Opimius and his supporters were going to annul the laws, the Capitol had been occupied by both factions since earliest morning, and after the consul had offered sacrifice, one of his servants, Quintus Antyllius, as he was carrying from one place to another the entrails of the victims, said to the partisans of Fulvius: ‘Make way for honest citizens, ye rascals!’ Some say, too, that along with this speech Antyllius bared his arm and waved it with an insulting gesture.

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