vexare

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Clemente V stabiliva, infatti, che gli inquisitori <<quod si odii, gratiae vel amoris, lucri aut commodi temporalis obtentu contra iustitiam et conscientiam suam omiserint contra quemquam procedere, ubi fuerint procedendum super huiusmodi pravitate aut obtentu eodem, pravitatem ipsam vel impedimentum officii sui aliali imponendo, eum super hoc praesumpserint quoquo modo vexare, praeter alias poenas, pro qualitate culpae imponendas eisdem, episcopus aut superior suspensionis ab officio per triennium, alii vero excommunicationis sententdas eo ipso incurrant.
The use of the verb vexare twice in this segment (of the Troiugenae, Trojan-blooded nobles, (21) harassing the doorway and of disturbing the supposedly sleeping Galla in the litter) recalls the speaker's opening description of himself as "so often harassed" (vexatus totiens) by the yelling Cordus's Theseid in line 2.