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Hic tribunus plebis designatus

Tribune (Latin: Tribunus) was the title of various elected officials in ancient Rome. The two most important were the tribunes of the plebs and the military tribunes. Hic genitus proavo M. Catone, principe illo familiae Porciae, homo Virtuti simillimus et per omnia ingenio diis quam hominibus propior, qui numquam recte fecit, ut facere videretur, sed quia aliter facere non potuerat, cuique id solum visum est rationem habere, quod haberet iustitiam, omnibus humanis vitiis immunis semper fortunam in sua potestate Jul 28, 2017  consule me cum esset designatus tribunus plebis, obtulit in discrimen vitam suam; dixit eam sententiam cuius invidiam capitis periculo sibi praestandam videbat; Translation: During my consulship, when he was tribunedesignate he put his life at risk; he announced that opinion, of which the hatred, he recognized, necessarily 3 Hic tribunus plebis designatus et adhuc admodum adulescens, cum alii suaderent, ut per municipia Lentulus coniuratique custodirentur, paene inter ultimos interrogatus sententiam, tanta vi animi atque ingenii invectus est in coniurationem, 2 fueris sane tribunus plebis iure legeque: quo iure, quo more, quo exemplo legem tulisti?

3 moveat ille mihi risum, ego fortasse illi lacrimas movebo. 4 negant quemquam esse virum bonum sapientem.

Medieval& Renaissance Manuscripts. MS 6 (olim Goodhart 5) Ferrara, Venice, and Castro Massignani. Marcus Tullius Cicero Epistolae ad familiares; Petrarch Rime, Trionfi, etc. 1. ff. 1r94v [Title: Marci Tulii Ciceronis ad Publium Lentulum et ad alios Epistolarum liber primus incipit feliciter. Iam designatus alio voltu, alio vocis sono, alio incessu esse meditabatur, vestitu obsoletiore, corpore inculto et horrido, Hic tribunus plebis designatus quam ante barbaque maiore, ut oculis et aspectu denuntiare omnibus vim tribuniciam et minitari rei publicae videretur.

plenos periculi quanti ipsi velint xviris tradant. Atque hoc carmen hic tribunus plebis May 23, 2017  tribunus in Gaffiot, Flix (1934) Dictionnaire Illustr LatinFranais, Hachette Carl Meissner; Henry William Auden (1894) Latin PhraseBook [1, London: Macmillan and Co. the plebeian tribunes, whose persons are inviolable: tribuni plebis sacrosancti (Liv. LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY Founded by JAMES LOEB 1911 Edited by JEFFREY HENDERSON. Search.

fortissimo viro mortuo, qui illum, cuius paucos paris haec civitas tulit, cum hac importuna belua conferamsed ille designatus consul, cum quidam tribunus plebis suo auxilio magistros ludos contra senatus consultum facere One seems to forget that a tribunus plebis in power in 44 BC (Casca number 1) is not a candidate going for aedilis designatus for 43 BC elected in sommer 44 BC (Casca number 3) or a tribunus plebis designatus elected 44 BC to take up office on the 10.

Dezember 44 BC up untill the 10. DECEMBER 43 BC. (p. 787) Epigraphic Abbreviations (p. 787) Appendix II Epigraphic Abbreviations This list of some common epigraphic abbreviations used 'hic tribunus plebis modestus, prudens, non modo non seditiosus, sed etiam' collaborative text notes on NoDictionaries.

The following list contains a selection from the Latin abbreviations that occur in the writings and inscriptions of the Romans.