CONSUL Oriens

CONSUL Oriens
CONSUL Oriens
apud Ansonium, Idyll 8. v. 40.
Ecce ubi se cumulat mea purpura, (mittbus audi
Auribus hoc Nemesis) post me dignatur oriri
Augustus Consul ----
Consul est, qui Magistratum auspicatur. Oriri enim verbum suit Consulari Magistratui atque Celsitudini addictum, ex imperio veceris sanctionis, Oriens Consul Magistrum populi dicat. Cuius explicationis locuples est auctor Velius Longus, apud Casp. Barth. Animadvers. l. 137. c. 16. Eiusdem rei ritulus est, quem sibi Persarum Reges adrogabant: σὺν ἡλίῳ ἀνατέλλων; de quo, vide Chosdroen Epist. ad Varanum, penes Theophylactum Simocattam, l. 4. c. 8. et plura hanc in rem, apud eundem Barth. Animadvers. ad Papin. Statium, l. 4. Sylv. 1. ubi de decimo sptimo Consulatu Domitiani Imperatoris.

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