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effigiēs acc. em, f

ex + FIG-, a copy, imitation, counterpart, likeness, semblance, effigy : deus hominis: deorum, O.: quem cuperent evertere, eius effigiem servare, his mere effigy.—An image, statue, figure : avorum ex cedro, V.: Neronis, Ta.: Saxea bacchantis, Ct.: Lanea, H.—Fig., an image, ideal, symbol, expression : consiliorum ac virtutum effigiem relinquere: reliquit effigiem probitatis suae filium, the image : sui ingeni, symbol , L.: ad effigiem iusti imperi scriptus: ut res ipsas rerum effigies notaret.

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