CHAP. 10.—GIFTS FOR MILITARY SERVICES, IN GOLD AND SILVER.
There are also some other distinctions connected with gold,
the mention of which ought not to be omitted. Our ancestors,
for instance, presented tores1 of gold to the auxiliaries and
foreign troops, while to Roman citizens they only granted
silver2 ones: bracelets3 too, were given by them to citizens,
but never to foreigners.
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