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1 pro Cluent. xvii. sqq.
2 pro Mil. v.
3 Banished persons who have been accused afresh after their restoration.
4 When a slave claimed his liberty by assertio through a representative known as assertor, his case was not disposed of once and for all by a first failure, but the claim might be presented anew.
5 The meaning is not clear. The Latin suggests that portions of a case might be tried by two panels sitting separately, while the case as a whole was tried by the two panels sitting conjointly. The hasta (spear) was the symbol of the centumviral court. cp. XI. i. 78.
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