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pĭātrix , īcis, f. piator,
I.she that appeases the gods by a sacrifice: “piatrix dicebatur sacerdos, quae expiare erat solita, quam quidam simulatricem, alii sagam, alii expiatricem vocant,Fest. p. 213 Müll. (in Plaut. Mil. 3, 1, 101, read plicatricem).
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