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Frank Frost Abbott, Commentary on Selected Letters of Cicero, Letter V: ad Atticum 1.16 (search)
Fufian laws, in order that he might bring forward his bill in regard to bribery, which he has published under good auspices, seeing that he is a lame man. The leges Aelia et Fufia gave elections precedence in point of time over the introduction of new laws. By the postponement of the comitia in order that Lurco might bring in his bill, this section of the law was suspended. Cf. Mommsen, St. R. 1.83 and 111, n.4 magistratum insimulatum lege Aelia: one portion of the Aelian law, passed about 155 B.C. , apparently for the first time gave to magistrates the right to take the auspices before the meeting of the concilium plebis, and, by announcing them as unfavorable, to interfere with the action of the tribune who presided over this assembly. Cf. Herzog, 1.419, 1163. By the Aelian law, therefore, Lurco's own office was insimulatus. bono auspicio claudus homo: ironical. In eariy days bodily infirmity debarred a man from office altogether. The proposal of a bill by a lame man, therefore,