ABBA. abbots-sovereign, abbots-general, &c. and 26 lords- the Russian church, the abbess is called Hegumina; a ABBACY.

abbots sat in the English parliament. With the history secular priest performs divine service in the chapel of ABBACY

АВВЕ. of Monachism at large, that of the various orders the house, but the nuns read the lessons and sing the

VILLE of abbots is more properly associated, and to that hymns. “The nunneries in Russia, at present," says article we therefore refer the reader. Mosheim's Mr. Pinkerton, “ are properly nothing but asylums Eccles. Hist. &c.

for aged or unfortunate females, who thus spend the ABBOTS REGULAR, those which take the vow, and remainder of their days in retirement; most of them wear the habit of their order.

usefully employed : and it were altogether inconsistent
ABBOTS in COMMENDAM, seculars who have re- with truth and justice to consider them as belonging
ceived tonsure, but are obliged by their-bulls to take to those retreats of licentiousness and vice, of which
orders when of proper age.

we have so many shocking accounts in ecclesiastical
Abbot is also a title given to bishops whose sees history.” Present State of the Greek Church.
were formerly abbeys; and sometimes to the superiors ABBEY, sometimes written ABBATHEY; a religious
or generals of some congregations of regular canons, house, governed by a superior, under the title of
as that of St. Genevieve at Paris, and of Montreal in abbot or abbess.
Sicily. It was likewise usual, about the time of Char- The jurisdiction of Abbeys was first confined to the
lemagne, for several lords to assume the title of count- immediate lands and buildings in possession of the
abbots, abba-commites ; as superintendents of certain house. As these establishments increased in import-

ance, and were brought into the neighbourhood of cities
AB'BACY, n. Abbas was introduced (says Skin- and populous towns, they exercised extensive powers
AB'BESS, ner) into Europe from Syria with the

over their respective neighbourhoods; and in some A B'BEY, Christian Religion. It is derived from

cases issued coins, and became courts of criminal jusA B'bor. the Syriac Abha, Father. The appli- cities. "Abbeys, priories, and monasteries, differ prin;

tice. In other instances they gave birth to towns and cation of this name to persons in monasteries was resisted by St. Jerome, as an infringement of the com- cipally in the extent of their particular powers and mand to “call no man Father, upon the earth.”

jurisdiction. All these establishments in the Greek

church follow the rule of St. Basil. The Russian
Doztren he adde al so, Cecyly het that on
The eldeste, that was at Carne nonne and abbesse.

abbeys and nunneries have been an object of peculiar
R. Gloucester, p. 870.

attention in the policy of that government since the To chyrche and to pouere men he zef vorst, as he ssolde,

time of Peter the Great, who brought the whole disToubbeyes and to priorjes largylyche of hýs golde.

cipline of them under such peculiar restrictions, as have

Ib. p. 333 effectually remedied their grosser incoveniencies. The
For the abbot of Engelonde, and the abbesse ys nece,

rage for entering into these retreats no longer exists; and,
Shullen have a knok on here crownes, and incurable the wonde.

as all the higher ranks of the Russian clergy are taken l'ision of Piers Plouhman, repr. 1813, p. 84.

from amongst them, it is a matter of just anxiety with And in this time was geuen vnto the kyng by the consent of the the government, that such men only should be suffered great and fatte Abbuttes, all religious houses that were of the value of three hundred marke and vnder, in hope, that their great monasterycs

to enter the order as may afterwards prove worthy of should haue continued still : but euen at that tyme one sayde in the their important designation. Both the male and female parliament house, that these were as thornes, but the great Abbottes establishments are divided into three classes, Staurowere putrifyed old okes, and they must needes folowe.

pegia, Cænobia, and Laura. The first iwo are directly Grafton, vol. ii. p. 454.

under the government of the holy synod, and the last The sovereigns in the different states of Europe endeavoured to re

under that of the archbishops and bishops of their recover the influence which they had once in the disposal of the great benefices of the church; by procuring, to the deans and chap. spective dioceses. ters of each diocese, the restoration of their ancient right of electing ABBEVILLE, a city of France, the former capital of the bishop; and to the monks of each abbucy, that of electing the Ponthieu, and now of the arrondissement of Abbeville abbot.

Smith's Wealth of Nations.

(which comprises the ancient counties of Ponthicu and Abbe', a kind of secular clergymen, once popular in Vimeux), in the department of the Somme, a noble river France; and amongst whom arose several men of great which runs through the town. Its situation is beautiful, literary merit. They enjoyed certain privileges in the and highly adapted to the extensive trade it carries on church, but no fixed station ; being considered as pro- in cloths of all descriptions, velvet, cord, and soap; fessed scholars and academics, and were principally besides its exports of grain, oil, hemp, and flax, which occupied in public and private tuition. Some of them abound in the neighbourhood. Here are cotton-mills, have risen to eminence in the state.

bleaching, and dying grounds; and a celebrated maAbbess, the superior of an abbey or convent of nuns, nufactory of fine woollen cloth, established in 1665, over whom she exercises nearly the same rights and au- by M. Von Robais (a Dutchman, patronised by Colbert), thority as the abbots regular over their monks. Their whose family still conduct it. Abbeville contains

uppowers were formerly very extensive; they are said to wards of 30,000 inhabitants. Before the revolution its have assisted at ecclesiastical councils, and even to ecclesiastical establishments were extensive and flouhave been sometimes called to the English Wittenage- rishing. It had a collegiate church, an abbey, a colmote, before the conquest. Some abbesses have had lege with a public library, and thirteen parish churches. the right of commissioning a priest to act for them in the college is still of some celebrity. It is aboutthose spiritual functions which their sex would not per- 85 miles NW. of Paris, 52 S. of Calais, and 16 E. of mit them to exercise; they have occasionally confessed the British Channel, from whence vessels of large their own nuns; and are allowed, by St. Basil, always burden can be worked close up to the town. E. lon.. to be present when the priest shall confess them. In 2°, 6'. N. lat. 50°; 7.

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A.L. V.S. Animo libens votum solvit.

ABBRE'Viare, n.
Ital. Abbreviare, from Lat.

A. MILL. XXXV. A milliari triginta quinque, vel ad VIATION,
Brevis, which is from the Greek

milliaria triginta quinque.
Bpaxos, Aglo-Saxon Bræcan, to

A. M. XX. Ad milliare vigesimum.

AN. A. V. C. Anno ab urbe condita.
To break or make short, to shorten, to abridge, to AN. C. H. S. Anno cent. hic situs est.
bring or reduce to a smaller space or compass by break- AN. DCLX. Anno sexcentesimo sexagesimo.
ing off, or removing parts.

AN. II. S. Annos duos semis.
In all theyrwrytynge, [the Frenshe] when they come to any mater AN. IVL. Annos quadraginta sex.
that soundyth any thynge to theyr honour, it is wrytten in the AN. N. Annos natus,
longest and mooste shewynge manoure to theyr honour and worshyp. ANN. LIII. H. S. E. Annorum quinquaginta. trium
But if it sounde any thynge to theyr dishonoure, than shall it be

hic situs est.
abreujatyd or hyd, that the trouthe shall not be knowen.

Fabyan, repr. 1811, p. 333. ÅNN. NAT. LXVI. Annos natus sexaginta sex.
Of this Joseph, Trogus Pompeius, and also his abreuiator Justine ANN. P. Annone prefectus.
do write in this manner: Joseph was the yongest among the brethren, ANN. PL. M. X. Annos vel annis plus minus decem.
whose excellent wit they fearing, solde him vnto straynge marchauntes, AN. O. XVI. Anno defunctus decimo sexto.
by whome he was brought into Egypt. Grafion, vol. i. p. 17.

AN. V. XX. Annos vixit viginti.
He that means to have his sickness turned into safety, and life into

AN. P. M. Annorum plus minus.
health and virtue, must make religion the employment of his sick-
ness, and prayer the employment of his religion. For there are cer-

A. XII. Annis duodecim.
taiu compendiums or abbreviatures, and shortenings of religion, fitted A. N. TR. Argentum novum trevirense.
to several states.

Taylor's Holy Living and Dying. AN. P. M. L. Annorum plus minus quinquaginta
At the creation the original of mankind was in two persons, but AN. P. R. C. Anno post Romam conditam.
after the food, their propagation issued at least from six; against AN. V. P. M. II. Annis vixit plus minus duobus.
this we might very well set the length of their lives before the flood,

AN. XXV. STIP. VIII. Annorum viginti quinque sti-
which were abbreviated after, and in half this space contracted into
kundreds and threescores.

Brown's Vulgar Errours.

pendii, vel stipendiorum octo.

A. P. M. Amico posuit monumentum,
The following collection of ABBREVIATIONS most

A.P.T. Amico posuit titulum.
commonly found on the Roman monuments and coins, A. P. V. C. Annorum post urbem conditam.
will be useful in reading ancient inscriptions : APVD. L. V. CONV. Apud lapidem quintum conve-

A. absolvo, absolutio, aiunt, aliquando, ager, albo, A. RET. P. III. S. Ante retropedes tres semis.
annos, argentum, Augustus, &c.

AR. P. Aram posuit.
A. A. auro argento.

ARG. P. X. Argenti pondo decem.
A. A. A. F. F. Auro argento ære flando feriunda. A. RION. à rationibus.
A. A. S. L. M. apud assum sibi legavit monumentum. A. V. B. A viro bono.
Apud agrum sibi locum monumenti.

A. V. C. Ab urbe conditâ.
AB. Abdicavit.

A. V. L. annos vixit quinquaginta, animo vovit libens.
AB. AUG. M. P. XXXXI. Ab Augustâ millia passuum AVSP. S. auspicante sacrum.
quadraginta unum.

A. XX. H. EST. annorum viginti hic est.
AB. AUGUSTOB. M. P. X. Ab Augustobrigâ millia

A.B.M. Anima bene merenti.

B. pro V, berna pro verna, bixit pro vixit, bibo pro vivo,
ABN. Abnepos.

bictor pro victor, bidua pro vidua.
A. CAMB. M. P. XI. A Camboduno millia passuum B. A. Bixit annis, bonus ager, bonus amabilis, bona

aurea, bonum aureum, bonis auguriis, bonis auspiciis.
ACCENS. COS. accensus consulis.

B. B. Bona bona, bene bene.
A. COMP. XIIII. A Compluto quatuor decem.

B. DD. Bonis deabus.
A. C. P. VI. A capite, vel ad caput pedes sex. B. F. Bona fide, bona femina, bona fortuna, bene factum.
A. D. Ante diem. Agris dandis.

B. F. reversed thus, &. 1. Bona femina, bona filia.
ADJECT. H-S. IX c. Adjectis sestertiis novem mille. B. H. Bona hereditaria, bonorum hæreditas.
A.D.P. Ante diem pridie.

B. I. I. Boni judicis judicium.
ADQ. Adquiescit vel adquisita pro acquisita.

B. L. Bona lex.
ÆD. II. II. VIR. II. Ædilis iterum, duumvir iterum.

B. M. P. Bene merito posuit.
ÆD. II. VIR. QUINQ. Ædilis duumvir quinquen-

B. M. P. C. Bene merito ponendum curavit.

B. M. S. C. Bene merito sepulcrum condidit.
ÆD. Q. II. VIR. Ædilis quinquennalis duumvir.

BN. EM. Bonorum emptores.
ÆL. Ælius, Ælia.

BN. H. I. Bona hic invenies.
ÆM. vel AIM. Æmilius, Æmilia.

B. RP. N. Bono reipublicæ natus.
AER. ærarium Arum, pro stipendio.

B. A. Bixit, id est, vixit annis.
A. K, Ante kalendas.

BIGINTI. Viginti.
A. G. Animo grato : Aulus Gellius.

BIX. ANN. XXCI. M. IV. D. VII. Vixit annis octo-
AG. Ager, vel Agrippa.

ginta unum, mensibus quatuor, diebus septem.
ALA. I. Ala prima.

BX. ANUS. VII. ME. VI. DI. XVII. Vixit annos sep-
A. L. P. Animo libens posuit.

tem, menses sex, dies septena decim.

passuum decem.





E. Ejus, ergo, esse, est, erexit, exactum, &c. C.Cæsar, Caio, Caius, censor, civitas, consul, condemno, E. C. F. Ejus causa fecit. conscriptus, conjux.

E. D. Ejus domus. C. C. Carissimæ conjugi, calumnia causa, consilium ED. Edictum. cepit.

E. E. Ex edicto. C.C. F. Caius Caïi filius.

EE. N. P. Esse non potest. C. B. Commune bonum.

EG. Egit, egregius. C. D. Comitialibus diebus.

E. H. Ejus hæres. C. H. Custos hortorum vel hæredum.

EID. Idus. C. I. C. Caius Julius Cæsar.

EIM. Ejusmodi. CC. VV. Clarissimi viri.

E. L. Ea lege.
CEN. Censor, centuria, centurio.

E. M. Elexit rel erexit monumentum.
CERTA. QUINQ. ROM. CO. Certamen quinquennale EM. Q. Equitum magister.
Romæ conditum.

EQ. (). Equester ordo.
C. F. C. clavi figendi causa.

EX. A. D. K. Ex antè diem kalendas. CL. Claudius.

EX. A. D. V. K. DEC. AD. PRID. K. IAN. Ex antè CL. V. Clarissimus vir.

diem quinto kalendas Decembris ad pridie kalendas CH. COH. Cohors.

Januarius. C. M. rel CA. M. Causa mortis.

EX. H-S. X. P. F.I. Ex stertiis decem parvis seefir C. 0. Civitas omnis.

jussit. COH. I. vel II. Cohors prima rel secunda.

EX. H-S. GION. Ex sestertiis mille nummúm. COS. ITER. ET. TERT. DESIG. Consul iterum et EX. H-S. O Ex sestertiis quatuor millia. tertium designatus.

EX. H-S. N. CC. L. o D. XL. Ex sestertiis numCOS. TER. rei QUAR. Consul tertium vel quartum.

morum ducentis quinquaginta millibus, quingentis COSS. Consules.

quadraginta. COST. CUM. LOC. H-S. o. D. Custodiam cum loco

EX, H-S. DC.00 D. XX. Ex sestertüis sexcentis milsestertiis mille quingentiş.

libus, quingentis viginti. C. R. Civis Romanus.

EX. KALIAN. AD. KAL. IAN. Ex kalendis Januarii CS. IP. Cæsar imperator.

ad kalendas Januarii. C. V. Centum viri.


F. Fabius, fecit, factum, faciendum, familia, famula,
D. Decius, decimus, decuria, decurio, dedicavit, dedit,

fastus, Februarius, feliciter, felix, fides, fieri, fit, fedevotus, dies, divus, Deus, dii Dominus, domus,

mina, filia, filius, frater, finis, flamen, forum, fluvius, donum, datum, decretum, &c.

faustum, fuit. D. A. Divus Augustus.

F. A. Filio amantissimo rel filiæ amantissimæ. D. B. I. Düis benè juvantibus.

F. AN. X. F. C. Filio vel filiæ annorum decem faciunD. B. S. De bonis suis.

dum curavit. DCT. Detractum.

F. C. Fieri vel faciendum curavit, fidei commissum. DDVIT. Dedicavit.

F. D. Flamen Dialis, filius dedit, factum dedicavit. D. D. Donum dedit, datis, datio, Deus dedit.

F. D. Fide jussor, fundum. D. D. D. Dono dederunt, vel datum decreto decurio

FEA. Femina.

FE. C. Fermé centum. D. D. D. D. Dignum Deo donum dedicavit.

FF. Fabrè factum, filius familias, fratris filius. DDPP. Depositi.

F. F. F. Ferro, flamma, fame, fortior, fortuna, fato. D. N. Dominus noster. D. D. N. N. Domini nostri.

FF. Fecerunt. D. D. Q. O. H. L. S. E. V. Diis deabusque omnibus

FL. F. Flavii filius. hunc locum sacrum esse voluit.

F. FQ. Filiis filiabusque. DIG. M. Dignus memorâ.

FIX. ANN. XXXIX. M. 1. D. VI. HOR. SCIT. NEM. D. M. S. Dižs manibus sacrum.

Vixit annos triginta novem, mensem unum, dies sex, D. O. M. Deo optimo maximo.

horas scit nemo. D. 0. Æ. Deo optimo æterno.

FO. FR. Forum.
D. PP. Deo perpetuo.

F. R. Forum Romanum.
DR. Drusus.
DR. P. Dare promittit.
D. RM. De Romanis.
D. RP. De republica.

G. Gellius, Gaius pro Caius, genius, gens, gaudium,
D. S. P. F. C. De sua pecunia faciundum curavit. gesta, gratia, gratis, &c.
DT. Duntaxat.

GAB. Gabinius.
DVL. rel DOL. Dulcissimus.

GAL. Gallus, Gallerius. DEC. XIII. AVG. XII. POP. XI. Decurionibus dena- G. C. Genio civitatis.

riis tredecim, augustalibus duodecim, populo undecim. GEN. P. R. Genio populi Romani. D. IIII. ID. Die quartå idus.

GL. Gloria. D.VIIII. Diebus novem.

GL. S. Gallus Sempronius. D. V. ID. Die quintâ idus.

GN. Gneus pro Cneus, genius, gens.




ABBRE. GNT. Gentes.

didatus, caput, carissimus, clarissimus, castra, co- ABBREVIATION GRA. Gracchus.

hors, Carthago, &c. GRC. Græcus.

KARC. Carcer.

KK. Carissimi.

KM. Carissimus.
H. Hic, habet, hastatus, hæres, homo, hora, hostis, herus. K. S. Carus suis.
H. A. Hoc anno.

KR. Chorus.
HA. Hadrianus.

KR. AM. N. Carus amicus noster.
HC. Hunc, huic, hic.

HER. Hæres, hereditatis, Herennius.
HER. vel HERC. S. Herculi sacrum.

L. Lucius, Lucia, Lælius, Lollius, lares Latinus, latum,

legavit, lex, legio, libens vel lubens, liber, libera, H. M. E. H-S. CCIɔɔ. CCIɔɔ. Iɔɔ. M. N. Hoc mo

libertus, liberta, libra, locavit, &c.
numentum erexit sestertiis viginti quinque mille

L. A. Lex alia.
H. M. AD. H. N. T. Hoc monumentum ad hæredes LA. C. Latini coloni.

L. A. D. Locus alteri datus.
non transit.

L. AG. Lex agraria.
H, 0. Hostis occisus.

L. AN. Lucius Annius, tel quinquaginta annis.
HOSS. Hostes.

L. AP. Ludi Apollinares.
H. S. Hic situs vel sita, sepultus vel sepulta.

LAT. P. VIII. E. S. Latum pedes octo et semis.
H-S. N. IIII. Sestertiis nummûm quatuor.

LONG. P. VII. L. P. III. Longum pedes septem, latum
H-S. CCCC. Sestertiis quatuor centum.
H-S. O N. Sestertiis mille mummúm.

pedes tres.

L. ADQ. Locus adquisitus.
H-S. CCIɔɔ. N. Sestertiis novem mille nummům.

L. D. D. D. Locus datus decreto decurionum.
H-S. CCIO. CIɔɔ. Sestertiis viginti mille.

LECTIST. Lectisternium.
H-S. XXM. N. Sestertiis viginti mille nummům. LEG. I. Legio prima.
H. SS. Hic supra scriptis.

L. E. D. Lege ejus damnatus.

LEG. PROV. Legatus provincia.

LIC. Licinius.
1. Junius, Julius, Jupiter, ibi, idest, immortalis, impe- LICT. Lictor.

rator, inferi, inter, invenit, invictus, ipse, iterum, LL. Libentissimè, liberi, libertas.
judex, jussit, jus, &c.

L. L. 00. linquæ orientales.
IA. Intra.

LVD. SÆC. Ludi sæculares.
I. AG. In agro.

LVPERC. Lupercalia.
I. AGL. In angulo.

LV. P. F. Ludos publicos fecit.
IAD, Jamdudum.

IAN. Janus.
IA. RI. Jam respondi.

M. Marcus, Marca, Martius, Mutius, maceria, magi-
I. C. Juris consultus, Julius Cæsar, judex cognitionum.

ster, magistratus, magnus, manes, mancipium, mar· IC. Hic.

moreus, marti, mater, maximus, memor, memoria, I. D. Inferiis diis, Jovi dedicatum, Isidi deve, jussu deæ.

mensis, meus, miles, militavit, militiâ, mille, missus,

monumentum, mortuus, &c.
ID. Idus.
I. D. M. Jovi Deo magno.

MAG. EQ. Magister equitum.

MAR. VLT. Mars ultor.
I. F. vel I. FO. In foro.

MAX. POT. Maximus pontifex.
IF. Interfuit. IFT. Intersuerunt.

MD. Mandatum, mille quingenti.
I. FNT. In fronte.“

MED. Medicus, medius.
IG. Igitur.

MER. Mercurius, mercator.
I. H. Jacet hic.
I. I. In jure.

MERK. Mercurialia, mercatus.

MES. VII. DIEB. XI. Mensibus septen, diebus unIM. Imago, immortalis, imperator.

I. M. CT. In medio civitatis.

M. I. Maximo Jovi, matri Ideæ rel Isidi, militiæ jus,
IMM. Immolavit, immortalis, immunis.
IN. Inimicus, inscripsit, interea.

monumentum jussit.

MIL. COH. Miles cohortis.
IN. A. P. XX. In agro pedes viginti.

MIN. cel MINER. Minerva.
I. R. Jovi regi, Juoni regiæ, jure rogavit.

M. MON. MNT. MONET. Moneta.
I. S. vel I. SN. In senatum.

M. cel MS. Mensis rel menses.
I. V. Justus vir.

MNF. Manifestus.
IVV. Juventus, Juvenalis.

MNM. Manumissus.
IIV. Duum-vir, vel duum-viri.

M. O. P. marito obsequens posuit.
III. V. vel III. VIR. Trium-vir, vel trium-viri.

M. P. II. Millia passuum duo.
IIII. VIR. Quatuor-vir, vel quatuor-viri, vel quatuor

MV. MN. MVN. MVNIC, Municipium vel municeps.
IIIIII. V. vel VIR. Sextum-vir, vel se-vir, vel sex-vir.

IDNE. vel IND. aut INDICT. Indictio. vel indictione. N. Neptunus, Numerius, Numeria, Nonius, Nero, nam,

non, natus, natio, nefastus, nepos, neptis, niger, noK.

men, nonæ, noster, numerarius, numerator, numerus, K. Cæso, Caius, Caio, Cælius, Carolus, calumnia, can- nummus vel numisma, numen.




VIATION VIATION, N. B. Numeravit bivus pro vivus.

Q. Quinquennalis, quartus, quintis, quando, quantum,
NB. vel NBL. Nobilis.

qui, quæ, quod, Quintus, Quintius, Quintilianus, N. C. Nero Cæsar, vel Nero Claudius.

quæstor, quadratum, quæsitus. NEG. vel NEGOT. Negotiator.

Q. B. AN. XXX. Qui bixit, id est vixit, annos triginta. NEP.S. Neptuno sacrum.

QM. Quomodo, quem, quoniam.
N, F. N. Nobili familia natus.

QQ. Quinquennalis. QQ. V. Quoquo versum.
N. L. Non liquet, non licet, non longè, nominis Q. R. Quæstor reipublicæ.

Q. V. A. III. M. N. Qui vel quæ vixit annos tres,
N. M. Nonius Macrinus, non malum, non minus.
NN. Nostri.

NNR. vel NR. Nostrorum.

R. Roma, Romanus, rex, reges, Regulus, rationalis, NO. Nobis.

Ravennæ, recta, recto, requietorium, retro, rostra, NOBR. November.

rudera, &c. NON. AP. Nonis Aprilis.

RC. Rescriptum. NQ Namque, nusquam, nunquam.

R. C. Romana civitas. N.V.N. D.N.P. O. Neque vendetur, neque donabitur REF. C. Reficiendum curavit. neque pignori obligabitur.

REG. Regio. NVP. Nuptiæ.

R. P. RESP. Respublica.

RET. P. XX. Retro pedes viginti, 0

REC. Requiescit.

RMS. Romanus. 0. Officium, optimus, olla, omnis, optio, ordo, ossa,

ROB. Robigalia, Robigo. ostendit, &c. OB. Obiit.

RS. Responsum. OB. C.S. Ob cives servatos.

RVF. Rufus. OCT. Octavianus, October.

S 0. E. B. Q. C. Ossa ejus benè quiescant condita. S. Sacrum, sacellum, scriptus, semis, senatus, sepultus, O. H. F. Omnibus honoribus functus.

sepulcrum, sanctus, servis, serva, Servius, sequitur, ONA. Omnia.

sibi, situs, solvit, sub, stipendium, &c. 00. Omnes, omnino. 0. O. Optimus ordo.

SAC. Sacerdos, sacrificium. OP. Oppidum, opiter, oportet, optimus, opus.

. rel SÆC. Sæculum, sæculares. OR. Ornamentum.

SAL. Salus. OTIM. Optimæ.

S. C. Senatus consultum.

SCI. Scipio.

S. D. Sacrum diis.
P. Publius, passus, patria, pecunia, pedes, perpetuus, S. EQ. Q. O. ET. P. R. Senatus, equesterque ordo et
pius, plebs, populus, pontifex, posuit, potestas, præses,

populus Romanus. prætor, pridie, pro, post, provincia, puer, publicus, SEMP. Sempronius. publicè, primus, &c.

SL. SVL. SYL. Sylla.
PA. Pater, Patricius.

S. L. Sacer ludus, sine lingua.
PAE. ET. ARR. COS. Pæto et Arrio consulibus. S. M. Sacrum manibus, sine manibus, sine malo.
P. A. F. A. Postulo an fias auctor.

SN. Senatus, sententia, sine.
PAR. Parens, parilia, Parthicus.

S. P. Sine pecunia. PAT. PAT. Pater patriæ.

S. P. Q. R. Senatus populusque Romanus. PBLC. Publicus.

S. P. D. Salutem plurimam dicit. PC. Procurator.

S. T. A. Sine tel sub tutoris auctoritate.
P.C. Post consultum, patres conscripti, patronus co-

SLT. Scilicet.
lonæ, ponendum curavit, præfectus corporis, pactum S. E. T. L. Sit ei terra levis.

SIC. V. SIC. X. Sicut quinquennalia, sic decennalia.
PED. CXVS. Pedes centum quindecim semis.

SSTVP. XVIIII. Stipendiis novem decim.
PEG. Peregrinus.

ST. XXXV. Stipendiis triginta quinque.
P. II. 6. L. Pondo duarum semis librarum.

P. II.:: Pondo duo semis et triente.

T. Titus, Tullius, tantum, terra, tibi, ter, testamentum,
P. KAL. Pridiè kalendas.

titulus, terminus, triarius, tribunus, turma, tutor,
POM. Pompeius.

tutela, &c.
P. P. P. C. Propria pecunia ponendum curavit.

TAB. Tabula. TABVL. Tabularius.
P. R. C. A. DCCCXLIIII. Post Romam conditam annis TAR. Tarquinius.
octingentis quadraginta quatuor.

TB. D. F. Tibi dulcissimo filio.
PRO. Proconsul. P. PR. Pro-prætor. P.PRR. Pro- TB. PL. Tribunus plebis.

TB. TI. TIB. Tiberius.
PR. N. Pro

T. F. Titus Flavius, Titi filius.
P. R. V. X. Populi Romani vota decennalia.

THR. Thrax.
PS. Passus, plebiscitum.
PUD. Pudicus, pudica, pudor.

T. L. Titus Livius, Titi libertus.
TIT. Titulus.
T. M. Terminus, thermæ,

PUR. Purpureus.


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