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Notes Chapter 10
125. Sagittarii, miniftri publici, cuftodes urbis, numero mille, qui prius, quidem, in medio foro, factis illic tabernaculis, habitabant.
B. 990, Vol. IV. Gronov. Antq.
126.
Cyr. Inft. Lib. 1 P. 33, E.

In the fame book we find that boys practifed at the victuals they were to eat. I have obferved (page 80), this was a cuftom in America.

127.
Aefch. Ag. V. 637.
128. See Briffonius de Reg, Perfarum, pg 656.
129. Sagittarii vero, vel funditores, fcopas, hoc eft, fruticum vel ftraminum fafces, pro fingo ponebant: ita ut fexcentos pedes removerentur a figno, ut fagittis, vel certe lapidibus ex fuftibalo deftinatis, fignum faepius tangerent.
Veget. Ch. 23, B. 2.
130. See Vegetius Lib. 1, Ch, 15.
131. Si in eo campo, qui exercitioni militibus deputatus erat, aliquem laederent intempeftive tranfeuntem, actionem legis Acquiliae fuifie denegatum: at contra qui data opera in eum jaculati forent, Aquilae tenebatur.
Veget. pg. 90.
132. Si quis liberum hoftili manu cinxerit, quod heri­reita vocant, id eft, cum quadraginta duobus clypes, et fagittam in curtim projecerit, aut quodcunquc te-lorum genus, cum quadraginta folidis componat.
Capit. Reg. Franc. Baluzius, pg. 109.
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