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PATER. Father. A term used in making genealogical tables.

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nesciat hoc natus, numeret properantior heres, testamenta magis quam pia uota fouens exemploque docens prauo iuuenescere natos, ut nolint patres se quoque habere senes.
La expresion mas usual es convocare (in) senatum (14), pero junto a ella encontramos convocare patres (15), vocare (in) senatum (16) y vocare patres (17) (e incluso vocare patres in senatum (18)).
En orden descendente de frecuencia encontramos: senatus die/die senatus (7 veces), patres vocari (5), senatum vocari (2), patres vocare (1), senatum vocare (1), senatum haberi (1), patres convenire (1) y cogi patres (1).
obsecro patres gravissimi num sit aliqua lex quae juventutis causa munus hoc petentem repellat?
Summo igitur omnium patre ductore, ejusque genitricis immaculatae virginis Mariae praesidio invocato, pro praesenti actu expediendo assumo interpretandum canonem.
39) Twenty years later, according to Cicero's account of the division of the consuls' provinciae in 190, the patres sought to have Lucius Scipio and Laelius trade provinces after sortilege had bestowed the war with Antiochus upon the former.
48) Petilius fell in battle, and subsequently at Rome the collegium augurum, at the behest of the patres, issued a formal decree stating that Petilius had committed a vitium in casting lots with his colleague to determine from which direction each of them would advance in a combined assault upon an enemy position.
Era infrecuente, hasta en los campos de batallas mas vecinos los unos a los otros, que lograramos ver la cara del enemigo al cual habiamos enviado ad patres.