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ἡπατοσκόπος, σπλαγχνοσκόπος). A diviner who professed to interpret the will of the

Extispex. (Villa Borghese.)

gods, and to predict the future, by inspecting the entrails of victims slain at the altar ( Div. ii. 18). See Augur; Divinatio; Haruspex.

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    • Cicero, De Divinatione, 2.18
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