EDERE


EDERE
EDERE
verbum sacrum, de Decemviris, cum libris Sibyllinis inspectis responsa darent, frequens apud Liv. Sic l. 40. Edidêre, quiubus Diis et quot hostiis sacrificaretur. Et l. 42. Ob haec prodigia libri fatales inspecti, editumque a Decemviris est, quibus Diis, quibusque hostiis sacrificaretur. Et l. 43. c. 14. Publicorum prodigiorum causâ libris Decemviri aditis, quadraginta maioribus hostiis, quibus Diis Consules sacrificarent, Edidêrunt, et ut supplicatio fieret etc. Vide hic passim, de com m uni vero verbi notione supra, ubi de Accumbendi et Cibi capiendi. Vett. ratione; de Editoribus Ludorum in fra in voce Muner arii.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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