ERIPERE

ERIPERE
ERIPERE
Campum, verbum Circense. Nempe sicut de primo ostio missis dicebatur. Occupavit et vicit; de secundo, Successit et vicit: Ita de iis, qui tertio ostio ex bant et tamen victoriam consequebantur, usurpabatur. Eripuit et vicit, uti ex Tabula Agitatorum Circensium discimus. Praemium siquidem eripiendum veluti erat
primo, et secundo loco cgressis, siquidem talis palmam consequi vellet. Aut potius intelligendum, Campum eripi, Id namqueve diserte expressit in Circensibus Schipionis Sil. Italic. Punic. Bell. l. 16. v. 389. ubi omnia Artis huius vocabula studiose posuit:
Tene Astur certante feret quisquam aequore palmam
Erepto?
Vide Salmas. ubi supra p. 904.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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