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spectāculum (-tāclum, Pr.), ī, n

specto, a place from which shows are witnessed, spectator's seat, place in the theatre : ex omnibus spectaculis plausus est excitatus: spectacula sibi facere, L.A show, sight, spectacle : superarum rerum atque caelestium: bis terque mutatae dapis, H.: scorti procacis, L.: Non hoc ista sibi tempus spectacula poscit, V.: praebent spectacula capti, O.: homini non amico nostra incommoda spectaculo esse nolim.— A public sight, show, stage-play, spectacle : spectacula sunt tributim data: gladiatorum, L.: scenae, O.: nondum commisso spectaculo, L.

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