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Funālis Equus

παράσειρος, σειράφορος). An outrigger to a chariot drawn by horses abreast of each other ( Theb. vi. 462). When the chariot

Funalis Equus. (Ginzrot.)

had four horses attached, two outriggers were added, one on each side of the yoke-horses (iugales), and called respectively dexter and sinister (Suet. Tib. 6). The name funarius is also used. See Isidor. Orig. xviii. 35.

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    • Suetonius, Tiberius, 6
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