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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-735

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GENERAL LITERATURE DEPARTMENT lxxiii Dixit et adducto contortum hastile lacerto Immittit sonuere undae rapidum super amnem Infelix fugit in iaculo stridente Camilla At Metabus magna propius iam urgente catervn Dat sese fluvio atque hastam cum virgine victor Gramineo donum Triviae Ha nit וו י Hos lassis priusquam aut scalis aut operibus moenia adgrederetur mit- tendos censuit praetor qui principum magistratuumque animos tentarent postquam obstinatos vidit duobus simul locis obpugnare est adortus Altera pars infrequens aedificiis erat templa Deum aliquantum tenebant loci ea prius ariete admoto quatere muros turresque coepit Deinde cum eo multitude obcurreret ad defendendum altera quoque parte admotus aries Etiam utrinque sternebantur niuri ad quorum casum quum impetum Romani milites per ipsam stragem ruin arum facerent alii scalis etiam adscensum in muros ten- tarent adeo obstinate restiterunt oppidani ut facile adpareiet quam Coac- tus ergo periculo militum praetor receptui cani iussit ne obiiceret incautos furentibus desperatione ac rabie Diremto proelio ne turn quidem ad quietem versi sed undique omnes ad munienda et obmolienda quae ruinis strata erant concurrerunt For Latin prose He represented to them that the event which they and he had long wished for was approaching the whole fortune of the war now depended on their swords and would be de- cided in single action that never army had greater motives for exerting vigorous courage that if their martial and veteran bands could once break those raw soldiers who had rashly dared to approach them they conquered kingdom at one blow and were justly entitled to all its possessions as the reward of their prosperous valour that on the contrary if in the least their wonted prowess an enraged remitted met and an ignominious death was the certain punishment of
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