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1 LXX. To which Jugurtha--was unable to attend] “Quœ Jugarthœ, fesso, aut majoribus astricto, superaverant.” " Which had remained to (or been too much for) Jugurtha, when weary, or engaged in more important affairs."
2 Among the winter-quarters of the Romans] “Inter hiberna Romanorum.” It is stated in c. 61, as Kritzius observes, that Metellus, when he put his army into winter-quarters, had, at the same time, placed garrisons in such of Jugurtha's towns as had revolted to him. The forces of the Romans being thus dispersed, Nabdalsa might justly be said to have his army inter hiberna, "among their winter-quarters."
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