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Page 177 - In pace quoque postliminium datum est : nam si cum gente aliqua neque amicitiam, neque hospitium, neque fœdus amicitiœ causa factum habemus : hi hostes quidem non sunt : quod autem ex nostro ad eos pervenit, illorum fit : et liber homo noster ab eis captus servus fit et eorum. Idemque est, si ab illis ad nos aliquid perveniat.