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Pr. 41 ½ŒÆd IðïªæÜłÅôÆØ ðæe ôïF åNóܪåØí, ‹ôÆí ôŠïFôï •ðÜæåfi Å, lôØò ií ðüºØò ŠªªØóôÆ KŒåßíøØ ôHØ ôüðøØ, ðÆæa ôHØ Kí ÆPôfi B ôc^í ì^åªßóôÅ^í Iæåc^í Šåïí^ôØ IðïªæÆçÝóŁøóÆí ‹ôÆí ôŠïFôï, MHC; KaíŠ ôÁ ïFôï, edd. pr. jj ôŠïFôï, MC&CC; Š ôÁ ïFôï, edd. pr. jj ôüðøØ, ðÆæa, MC&CC; ôüðøØfi q, ðÆæa, edd. pr. 42 ½‰ò ŒÆôa ôeí íüìïí äåEŠ. Translations 41 ll. 36–38. §14 36 Whatever building exists built beforehand, [they are to use it; but if they build a new one, they are not] indeed to have one built with a wall nearer than a hundred feet nor in each of these guard-posts are they to have [more than ???

Pr. jj —¯Ñ—¯ÖÑ`ˆÌ¯˝ˇ˝ lapis, MC&CC; ðåæØðåçæƪìÝíïí, edd. pr. 36 ½fiTŒïäïìÅìÝíïífi q Kí ƒåæHØ ìÞôå Kí ôåìÝíåØ ìŠÞôå Kí ôüðøØ Ií^ÝôøØ ì^ Þôå KªªıôÝæøØ KðïØŒßøØ ðïäHí Kí^åíÞŒïíôÆ. ] guard-posts, and (in any case) one guard-post on the River Rhyndacus. ll. 32–36, §13 32 Whatever place of this province [there is, wherever it is necessary to declare, if in] these [places] a harbour lies by the sea, [they are to have] by each harbour in these (places) up to one guard-post in sequence, if [they wish, for the sake of exaction of telos]; 34 and also on the coast by the sea; and around the boundaries of the province, where it is lawful to go or drive (animals), if they wish; 35 [provided that] they have (a building) within [???

A series of indications tends to conWrm this last hypothesis. First, the clauses which can be attributed to the consuls of 75 bc (ll. 72–84, §§31–6) are on formal grounds clearly distinguished from the amendments of other consuls. In each case the Wrst clause due to a new consular pair is introduced by the formula › äåEíÆ › äåEíÆ oðÆôïØ ðæïóÝŁÅŒÆí, ‘the consuls so-and-so have added’. This is completely diVerent from the wording of the two Wrst clauses in which the consuls of 75 are mentioned. In these two cases (ll.

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