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“Looking only to the etymology of the word, they explain "pomoerium" as "postmoerium"; but it is rather a "circamoerium.”
“Impudenter so masculorum aspectibus exponunt, insolenter comas jactantes, trahunt tunicas pedibus collidentes, oculoque petulanti, risu effuso, ad tripudium insanientes, omnem adolescentum intemperantiam in se provocantes, inque in templis memoriae martyrum consecratis; pomoerium civitatis officinam fecerunt impudentiae.”
“Lugo passed through, across the open pomoerium, into a street that he recognized as Vindomarian Way.”
“The _Imperium_ could be exercised only outside of the city walls (_pomoerium_), except by special permission of the Senate for the purpose of celebrating a triumph.”
“Now, Claudius extended the pomoerium in A.D. 50, so this must have been written in A.D. 49, as the book was brought out after Seneca's return from exile.”
“For the date cf. 13, 8, 'Sullam ultimum Romanorum protulisse pomoerium.”
“When Romulus had laid out the pomoerium, he made the outline something like a square, and called it _Roma Quadrata_, that is "Square Rome," but he did not direct the landmarks of the public domain to be distinctly indicated.”
“The increase of population led to the extension of the pomoerium, and”
“The _pomoerium_ was extended to embrace all Italy, and, as is supposed, the northern boundary of Roman territory was extended to the Rubicon.”
“Within the pomoerium (limits), of the ancient city none but the city gods might be worshiped, but in Greater Rome there were numerous synagogues.”
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