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From him the month of January was named, and the year takes its beginning from this same month. 29 DIO'S 7^ ROMAN HISTORY " KoX yap ev dp')(ai(; Tiai Tekevralcov opLyvM/buevoi koX Ta<; Sairdva^ ovk dKovcriw^i ^ Bekk. Anecd. p. 161, 3. virofievofxevr Aicov a! /3i^\L(p — Zonaras 7, 5. Kal Tov ^lavovdptov Be No/^a? eh dp'^rjv rod eTOf? aTreveifiev. ^aaiXevaa^ ernj eVl rpial TeaaapaKOvra. . KOvo'lws Bs. , cLKovaiovs Ms. " I. " For in the beginning of some when we gladly are eagerly seeking certain submit even to the expense Zouaras Numa I 7, 5.
Romulus and Remus disputed] about the sovereignty and the city, and they got into a conflict in which Remus was killed From this incident arose the custom of putting to death one who dared to cross the trench of a camp by any other than the regular passage-ways. When she [Tarpeia] went down for water she was seized and brought to Tatius, and was induced to betray the citadel. Tzetzes, Chil. 5, 21, v. 109 f. Dio and Dionysius record the story of Cacus, and do many other historians of Rome. so ^ The Caeainenses, Livy Crusturaini, and Antemnates.
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