I.of or belonging to the realms of the dead: “liberti,” set free by the last will of their masters, Dig. 26, 4, 3, § 3; ib. 33, 8, 22; ib. 40, 5, 30, § 12 al.: “senatores,” who had got into the Senate by means of Cœsar's testament, Suet. Aug. 35.
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