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'''''Ius auspicii''''' refers to the proper manner of conducting a ritual of taking the [[auspices]]. In the books of the [[augur]]es, '''in auguralibus libris''', traditional lands were grouped into five categories with reference to how auspices were taken. Latins were Latins because they used the same methods as did Romans, as opposed to how [[Etruscan]]s, or [[Gaul]]s, or [[Greek]]s took the auspices.
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'''''Ius auspicii''''', a part of the ''ius augurale'', refers to the proper manner of conducting a ritual of taking the [[auspices]]. In the books of the [[augur|augures]], the '''libri augurales''', traditional lands were grouped into five categories with reference to how auspices were taken. Latins were Latins because they used the same methods as did Romans, as opposed to how [[Etruscan|Etruscans]], or [[Gaul|Gauls]], or [[Greek|Greeks]] took the auspices.
  
 
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Ius auspicii, a part of the ius augurale, refers to the proper manner of conducting a ritual of taking the auspices. In the books of the augures, the libri augurales, traditional lands were grouped into five categories with reference to how auspices were taken. Latins were Latins because they used the same methods as did Romans, as opposed to how Etruscans, or Gauls, or Greeks took the auspices.

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