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date: 07 December 2022

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  • J. Linderski


Augurium salutis, an augural inquiry as to whether it was permissible (for the magistrates) to pray for the safety of the people. This (annual) prayer could be said only on a day free of all wars. It was attempted in 63 bce, and revived by Augustus (Cass. Dio 37. 24–5, 51. 20. 5; Cic. Div.


  • Roman Myth and Religion

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