FRITILLUS

FRITILLUS
FRITILLUS
aliter fimus, pyrgus, turricula etc. erat pyxis cornea, docente Iuv. Scholiaste ad Sat. 14. l. 5. v. 5.
—— parvoque eadem movet arma fritillo.
Seu buxea, Screvelius ad Mart. l. 4. Epigr. 14. cuius epigraphe ad Silium.
Incertis sonat hinic et hinc fritillis.
In quam antiqui teseras mittebant: a fritinniendi, quia in hoc vasculo teserae fritinniebant, i. e. iuxta Nonium, cum sono subsiliebant concusaequeve agitabantur, dicta. Cum pyrgo idem fuisse Horat. Serm. l. 2. Sat. 7. v. 17. videtur indigitare,
Mitteret in pyrgum talos.
Vocem Romanam posuit Mart. l. 14. Apoch. Epigr. 16. cuius lemma est, Turricula, in quo docet evitandae fraudis tollendiqueve doli ratione huiusmodi turriculam inventam fuisse, quod hodiequeve, variis in locis, aulis inprimis, obtinet.
Querit compositos manus improba mittere talos,
Si per me misit, nil nisi vota facit.
Orcam vocarunt, Pers. Satyra 3. v. 50.
—— Angustae collo nox fallier orcae
Et Pomponius Bononiensis Consularis ac Poeta,
Ecce dum orcam contemplor, taxillos perdidi.
Habuisse gradus, ostendit Sidon. Apoll. l. 8. Ep. 12. Hîc te aedificatus culcitris torus, hîc tabula calcuis strata bicoloribus, hîc tessera frequens eboratis resultatura pyrgorum gradibus exspectat. Et Aus. Profess. 1. v. 28.
Fundunt excisi per cava buxa gradus.
Eftusae itaque ex angusto Fristilli collo in tabulam tesserae (olim ternae, postea binae, tandem iterum ternae, monente Salmas.) ingentem concitabant strepitum. Idem paulo ante lau datus Sidon. l. 2. Ep. 9. Inter aleatoriarum vocum competitiones, frequens crepitantium Fritillorum, tesser arumque strepitus audiebatur: et Carm. 23.
Hic promens teretes pilas trochosque,
Hic talos creptantibus Fritillis etc.
Anton. Thysius IC. ad Aul. Gell. l. 1. c. 20. Vide quoqueve Thom. Dempster. Paralip. ad Ioh. Rosin. Antiqq. Rom. et infra in voce Pyxis. Salmas. vero fritillum a pyxide distinguit, uti vidimus supra, ut dicemus pluribus in voce Psephobolus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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