Opportunitate mortis. Pro virili portione, lit. for one man's share, referring primarily to pecuniary assessments. Here: for thy part so far as thou wast concerned. A. died with a calmness which would scarcely admit of the supposition, that he felt himself to be a victim of poison and imperial jealousy. Filiaque ejus. The apostrophe is here dropped to be resumed at optime parentum.