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The So-Called Lex Aufeia (Gellius xi. 10)

  • H. Hill (a1)
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page 112 note 1 Carcopino's description of him (Hist. Rom.2 254) as a praetor seems to be pure guess-work.

page 112 note 2 See A.J.P. 66 (1943), 440.

page 112 note 3 I.G.R.R. iv. 752 = O.G.I.S. 436. Cf. Jones, Cities of E. R. Prov. 58 f.; C.A.H. 9. 106; Reinach, Mith. Eup. 43 f.; Greenidge, Hist, of Rome, 184 f.etc.

page 113 note 1 It will be remembered that the inconclusive discussion of Pompey's eastern acta took two years.

page 113 note 2 A cursory survey of the last ten books reveals this confusion at work in xi. 5. 4; xii. 3. 1; 4. 3;5.10; 5.14; xiii. 10.3; 14.4; xix. 2.3; 12.8; xx. 5.2.

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