The Priests of the Roman Republic: A Study of Interactions by G. J. Szemler

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In 293, for instance, incorrect interpretations were given because of the ardor omnium ( 6 ). In 193, all public business had to be suspended because of the continuous earthquakes (most likely due to augural interpretation) : ex auctoritate senatus consules edixerunt ne quis, quo die terrae motu nuntiato feriae indictae essent, eo die alium terrae motum nuntiaret ( 7 ). I n 180, L. (1) RRG, p . 199, note 2. (2) RKR, pp. , concerning feast days, and p . 513 ; MOMMSEN, Rom. , pp. 40 ff. (3) Cn. Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus, cos.

WALSH, Livy, op. , passim ; H. TRÄNKLE, Der Anfang des ròm. Freistaats in der Darstellung des Livius, in Hermes, 93, 1965, pp. 311 ff. ; J. BAYET, op. , passim ; E. BURCK, Zum Rombild des Livius, Interpretationen zur zweiten Pen­ tade, in Vom Menschenbild in der römischen Literatur, Heidelberg, 1966, pp. , and 354 ff. ; T. A. DOREY, Latin Historians, op. , pp. , and 115 ff. ; Fondation Hardt, En. Tome XIII, Les origines de la Republique Romain, Genève, 1967 ; esp. E. GABBA, Considerazioni sulla tradi­ zione letteraria sulla orìgine della Republica, pp.

40 ff. (3) Cn. Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus, cos. 56, deleted comitial days and proclaimed thanksgivings in order to manifest his resistance against P. Clodius Pulcher (cf. MRR, 2, p. 4, 4 and 5). Thanksgivings were decreed for Caesar's victories in 57, possibly to delay legislation which was contrary to Caesar's interests (bell. , 2, 35 : ... dies quindecim supplicatio decreta est, quod ante id tempus accidit nulla) in the year 50, C. Scribonius Curio used the refusal of his demand for intercalation as the reason for siding with Caesar, MRR, 2, p.

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