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ĭmĭtāmentum , i, n. id.,
I.imitation; abstr. and concr. (post-Aug.): “simulacrum imitamenti Olympiaci Jovis,the statue, Amm. 22, 13, 1.—In plur.: “tristitiae,acts in imitation of, Tac. A. 13, 4: “veterum Romanorum,id. ib. 14, 57: “opplevit omnia non simulacris neque imitamentis, sed luctu atque lamentis veris,Gell. 7, 5, 7.
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