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2 Thus Peter with Lipsius; consolatusque etiam medicos P.

3 Probably the Ludi Capitolini, held on 15 October.

4 Germanicus' name had been similarly inserted in this song after his death; see Tac, Ann., ii. 82.

5 See c. xiii. 3.

6 The name given to the slaves who volunteered for military service after the defeat at Cannae in the Second Punic War; see Livy, xxii. 57, 11, and Festus, p. 370.

7 The district east of southern Dalmatia; it is now the southern portion of the kingdom of Serbia.

8 The Diogmitai were the military police maintained by the Greek cities. They were also called upon to perform military service—the suppression of brigands—in 368; see Amm. Marc, xxvii. 9, 6.

9 These new legions were named Legio II Pia and Legio

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