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Flavius Vegetius Renatus
Epitoma rei militaris

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XXVI. Frequenter dolum excogitant obsidentes ac simulata desperatione longius abeunt. Sed ubi post metum murorum uigiliis derelictis requieuerit incauta securitas, tenebrarum ac noctis occasione captata cum scalis clanculo ueniunt murosque conscendunt. Propter quod maior est adhibenda custodia, cum hostis abscesserit, et in ipsis muris ac turribus teguriola conlocanda, in quibus uigiles hibernis mensibus ab imbri uel frigore, aestiuis defendantur a sole. Illud quoque usus inuenit, ut acerrimos ac sagacissimos canes in turribus nutriant, qui aduentum hostium odore praesentiant latratuque testentur. Anseres quoque non minore sollertia nocturnos superuentus clamoribus indicant. Nam ingressi Capitolinam arcem Galli Romanum nomen eruerant, nisi clamore anserum excitatus Mallius restitisset. Mira diligentia siue fortuna uiros, qui uniuersum orbem erant missuri sub iugum, auis una seruauit.




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