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1 It is not clear what passages Quintilian has in his mind.
2 See III. vi. 23. No exact rendering of translatio is possible. Literally it means “transference of the charge”: it would seem to cover cases where the charge was brought in the wrong court or by the wrong person. It is used generally to indicate a plea made by defendant in bar of plaintiff's action.
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