alimōnium, ī, n. (alo), die Ernährung, der Unterhalt, Varr. r.r. 1, 8, 7; 3, 16, 15. Suet. Cal. 42. Tac. ann. 11, 16: Plur., Varr. r.r. 1, 44, 3 u.a. Paul. dig. 23, 3, 73. § 1. 1806–1895.

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