33 Alluding to the sanctuary given to all who fled to Rome in its early days.
34 Virgil, Aeneid, i. 278.
1 Compare Aug. Epist. ad Degogratias, 102, 13; and De Prae. Sanci., 19.
2 Ch. 4.
3 Virg, George. i. 502, Laomedontrae luminus perjuria Trajae.
4 Iliad, xx. 293 et seqq.
5 Aeneid. v. 810, 811.
6 Gratis et ingratis.
7 De Cat. vi.
8 Helens's husband.
9 Venus' husband.
10 Suetonius, in his Life of Julius Caesar (c. 6), relates that, in pronouncing a funeral oration in praise of his aunt Julia, Caesar claimed for the Julian gens to which his family belonged a descent from Venus, through Julus, son of Eneas.
11 Livy, 83, one of the lost books; and Appian, in Mithridat.
12 The gates of Janus were not the gates of a temple, but the gates of a passage called Janus, which was used only for military purposes; shut therefore in peace, open in war.
13 The year of the Consuls T. Manlius and C. Atilius, A.u.C. 519.