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ljcxxviii FACULTY OF ARTS cui vocabulum Speluncae mare Amuclanum inter et Funda- nos montes nativo in specu eius os lapsis repente saxis obruit quosdam ministros hinc metus in omnes et fuga eorum qui convivium celebrabant Seianus genu vultuque et manibus super Caesarem suspensus opposuit sese inciden- tibus atque habitu tali repertus est multibus qui subsidio venerant maior ex eo et quamquam exitiosa suaderet ut non sui anxius cum fide audiebatur adsimulabatque iudicis partes adversum Germanici stirpem subditis qui accusa- torum nomina sustinerent maximeque insectarentur Neronem proximum succession et quamquam modesta iuventa plerumque tamen quid in praesentiarum conduceret oblitum dum libertis et clientibus apiscendae potentiae properis exstimulatur ut erectum et fidentem animi ostenderet velle id populum Romanum cupere exercitus neque ausuruin contra Seianum qui nunc patientiam senis et segnitiam iuvenis iuxta insultet For Latin Prose After this there was great scarcity of corn and the commons were much distressed for want and the king of the Greeks in Sicily sent ships laden with corn to Rome so the senate resolved to sell the corn to the poor commons lest they should die of hunger But Caius hated the com- mons and he was angry that they had got tribunes to be their leaders and he said 'If they want corn let them shew themselves obedient to the patricians as their fathers did and let them give up their tribunes and then will we let them Ijave corn to eat and will take care of them The commons when they heard this were quite furious and they would have set upon Caius as he came out of the senate-house and torn him to pieces but the tribunes said Nay ye shall judge him yourselves in your comitia and we will be his accusers Caesar ordered two legions to set out from the camp Not long after ambassadors were sent to pray for peace
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