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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 27 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ANT. Ante, Antonius. A.O. Alii omnes, Amico optimo. AP. Appius, Apud. A.P. Ad pedes, Aedilitia potestate. A.P.F. Auro (or argento) publico feriundo. A.P.M. Amico posuit monumentum, Annorum plus minus. A.P.R.C. Anno post Romam conditam. ARG. Argentum. AR.V.V.D.D. Aram votam volens dedicavit, Arma votiva dono dedit. A T. A tergo. Also A TE. and A TER. A.T.M.D.O. Aio to mihi dare oportere. AV. Augur, Augustus, Aurelius. A.V. Annos vixit. A.V.C. Ab urbe condita.
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ANSWER (derived from and, against, and the same roo...
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