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Links of Subject: WreathList of used abbreviations:
Hor Book VII Chapter 37: Battle of Suessula -- final Defeat of the Samnites.
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 17: 698-771 Anaxarete and Iphis
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 14: 552-621 Cipus acquires horns
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 3: Fighting for Tarquin
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 79: Julius Caesar Dictator. Did he want to become a king?
Vrg Book V Chapter 4: Sacrifice of Aeneas
Vrg Book V Chapter 21: The young ones prepare for a show
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 2: Aeneas worries
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 12: The tale of Hercules and Cacus (cont.)
Note regarding Wreath:|
This was regarded as the highest of all military distinctions, and was always the gift of the whole army or particular body of troops who had been delivered, or rescued from a position in which they had been completely shut in by the enemy. The grass was taken, according to Festus, from the place which the force had occupied while it was invested.