But it cannot at that period have been a Roman military road, because, judging from its later appellation of the "Cassian way," it cannot have been constructed as a -via consularis- earlier than 583; for no Cassian appears in the lists of Roman consuls and censors between Spurius Cassius, consul in 252, 261, and 268 who of course is out of the question and Gaius Cassius Longinus, consul in 583.

But it cannot at that period have been a Roman military road, because, judging from its later appellation of the "Cassian way," it cannot have been constructed as a -via consularis- earlier than 583; for no Cassian appears in the lists of Roman consuls and censors between Spurius Cassius, consul in 252, 261, and 268 who of course is out of the question and Gaius Cassius Longinus, consul in 583.

The twain stood watchful as sentinels, and very shortly they saw Cæsar proceeding to the steps leading into the Forum, accompanied by the Comes Brittanorum and the Clarissimus and the Consularis, attended by his guard, on whose shields were blazoned as insignia the forts upon the mighty wall.

cowardice, irresolution, ambition, spite, and envy agitate him as much as another: "Non enim gazae, neque consularis Submovet lictor miseros tumultus Mentis, et curas laqueata circum Tecta volantes."

No. 3 of the lectus medius, was reserved for the most important guest, and called lectus consularis.

Cisalpine Gaul had been voted for him by the intervention of the people, and especially by that of the Tribune Vatinius to Cæsar who was Consularis, whose reward should have been an affair solely for the Senate. Then there had arisen a demand, a most unusual demand, for the other Gaul also.

In the consuls of the three powers what Bismarck used to call the furor consularis was developed to the highest degree. Yet this was not the worst.

Misrepresentations in German and American papers, and their effects; our own culpability as shown in the Fessenden case. International questions; Haitian theory of the Monroe Doctrine. The Samoan question; furor consularis; missionary squabbles; reasonableness of Minister von Bulow. Attendance at Parliament; its characteristics; notes on sundry members; Posadowski; Richter, Bebel; Barth.

In Lael. 9 Laelius exclaims, of Cato himself, quo modo, ut alia omittam, mortem fili tulit. And no doubt Cic. meant here to make Cato allude to his loss, described in 84. FILI: see n. on 1 praemi. CONSULARIS: the son of Fabius was consul in 213 with Ti. Sempronius Gracchus EST IN MANIBUS: 'is in every one's hands', 'is commonly read'. The expression is common enough in this sense; e.g.

But Cato used Ennius as soldier while Nobilior employed him as poet. It is difficult, however, to fix the date of this enactment. Some authorities place it after Cato's return from Spain. Livy 34, cc. 1-8. See Livy, 34, 18. i.e. he was legatus consularis. It was at the time a common thing for ex-consuls to take service under their successors. So Liv. 36, 17, 1, but Cic. Cat.