DARDANA´RII forestallers, who purchased corn to sell
at a high price, were severely punished in imperial times (Dig. 47, 11, 6;
48, 19, 37). (Plin. Nat.
30.9; Apul. Apol. p. 331; Col.
10.358; Turneb. Adversar. 9.17.)
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. William Smith, LLD. William Wayte. G. E. Marindin. Albemarle Street, London. John Murray. 1890.