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1 His mistress, who afterwards conspired against him; see c xvii. 1.

2 Called chiridotae Dalmatarum in Pert, viii. 2. It was a long-sleeved tunic reaching to the knee. Dio describes it (lxxii. 17, 2) as made of white silk with gold threads.

3 See note to c. viii. 5.

4 An Egyptian deity regarded as the protector of corpses and tombs and represented with the head of a jackal, or, by the Greeks and Romans, with that of a dog. His cult was often combined with that of Isis, and according to Juvenal




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