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" vallus,' ' a stake ; ' and properly means the palisade which ran along the outer edge of the ' agger,' or ' mound ; ' but it frequently includes the ' agger  "
A SCHOOL DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES - Page 348
by WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D. - 1851
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The Fasti, Tristia, Pontic epistles ... (The Metamorphoses. The Heroides ...

Publius Ovidius Naso - 1851
...Palisades.] — Ver. 286. The word ' vallum ' is found applied either to the whole, or a portion only, of the fortifications of a Roman camp. It is derived...palisade which ran along the outer edge of the ' agger,' or ' mound :' but it frequently includes the ' agger ' also. The ' vallum,' in the latter sense, together...
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A School Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the Larger ...

Sir William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1854 - 373 pages
...states of Sicily. VALLUM. UV VACATIO. [EXBRCITVS, p. 145; EMERITI.] VADIMO'NIUM, VAS. [ACTIO ; PRAKS.] VAGI'NA. [GLADIUS.] VALLUM, a term applied either...It is derived from vallus (a stake), and properly meant the palisade which ran along the outer edge of the agger, but it very frequently includes the...
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A Smaller Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the ...

Sir William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1868 - 474 pages
...[MATRIMONIUM.] UXOR¤UM. [AES UXORITJM.] TTACAT¤O. [ExERCiTus, EMERITI.] V VAD¤MON¤UM, VAS. [Астю ; PRAES.] VAGINA. [GLADIUS.] VALLUM, a term applied...Roman camp. It is derived from vallus (a stake) , and preperly means the palisade which ran along the outer edge of the agger, but it very frequently includes...
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Selections from Latin Classic Authors

Francis Gardner - Latin literature - 1872
...to deeds. 3. obducta nocte] Sc. ccelo, ' when night had come on.' 7. vallum] Sc. castronan. The term properly means the palisade which ran along the outer edge of the rampart; but very frequently it includes the rampart also. The vallum, in the latter sense, with the...
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Selections from Latin classic authors: Phaedrus, Justin, Nepos

Francis Gardner - Latin language - 1872 - 281 pages
...to deeds. 3. obducta nocte] Sc. ccelo, ' when night had come on.' 7. vallum] Sc. castrorum. The term properly means the palisade which ran along the outer edge of the rampart; bat very frequently it includes the rampart also. The vallum, in the latter sense, with the...
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Catilina Et Jugurtha

1874
...(=trausversis), by eross marehes, ie at an angle with the preceding. 19. Juxta — si, just as if. Vallo. Vallum, a term applied either to the whole or a portion of the fortificatious of a Roman camp. It is derived from vallus (a stake), and properly meaus the palisade...
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Selection from Latin Classic Authors: Phaedrus, Justin, Nepos

1875
...deeds. 3. obtliicta nocte] Sc. ctelo, ' when night had come on.' 7. vallum] Sc. castrorum. The term properly means the palisade which ran along the outer edge of the rampart; but very frequently it includes the ramp.irt also. The rallian, in the latter sense, with...
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Catilina et Jugurtha: With explanatory notes, lexicon, etc

Sallust - 1879
...(=transversis), by cross marches, ie at an angle with the preceding. 19. Juxta — si, just as if. Vallo. Vallum, a term applied either to the whole or a portion of the fortiflcations of a Roman camp. It is derived from vallus (a stake), and properly means the palisade...
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Caii Julii Caesaris Commentarii de bello Gallico: With explanatory notes ...

Julius Caesar, George Stuart - France - 1881 - 339 pages
...; so, agi = that they should act. See note on line 33, page 117. Page 115 '• Vallo, the rampart : a term applied either to the whole or a portion of...fortifications of a Roman camp. It is derived from viillus, a stakt, and properly means the pausado which ran along the outer edge of the top of the agger,...
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The Archaeological Journal, Volume 49

Archaeology - 1892
...and so was not superseded by the word murus. But vallum does not necessarily imply an earthwork : " It is derived from vallus (a stake), and properly...which ran along the outer edge of the agger, but it frequently includes the agger itself."2 The term would apply equally to the palisades we have conjectured...
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