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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-739

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GENERAL LITERATURE DEPARTMENT lxxvii Iumenta nivem ╬▓ ----------- -- penitus perfringebant ut pleraque velut pedica capta haererent in dura et alte concreta glacie Tandem nequicquam iumentis atque hominibus fatigatis castra in jugo posita aegerrime ad id ipsum loco purgato tantum nivis fodiendum atque egerendum fuit Inde ad rupem muniendam per quam unam via esse poterat milites ducti quum caedendum esset saxum arboribus circa imtnanibus deiectis detruncatisque struem ingentem lignorum faciunt eamque quum et vis venti apta faciendo igni coorta esset succendunt ardentiaque saxa infuso aceto putrefaciunt Translate with brief comments tragula femur ictus catapultis per tabulata dispositis-caementa non calce durata celoces-iustus equitatus-actuariis navibus-cum sui moris tripudiis-vasa colligere forum olitorium-contignatio procurare-lectisternium-velites-triarii Derive contio immunis mancipium examen manipulus-incolumis-pecunia-iumentum-sollemnis Describe Hannibal's route after crossing the Ehone until his descent into Italy giving the modern as well as the ancient names of the places he passed through Where were Lilybaeum Clastidium Saguntum Caere Aegates Insulae messorem Agricola et fragili iam stringeret hordea culmo Omnia ventorum concurrere praelia vidi Quae gravidam late segetem ab radicibus imis culm Collibus an piano melius sit ponere vitem Quaere prius Si pinguis agros metabere campi Densa sere in denso non efgnior ubere Bacchuf Sin tumulis acclive solum ccllesque supinos Indulge ordinibus nee secius omnis in unguem Arboribus positis secto via limite quadret
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