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|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: need to find the ablative absolute|
|I believe that it is in this sentence.|
Tum ille, cum se ex magno timore recreavisset, dixit se ab Lentulo habere ab Catilinam mandata ut auxilio servorum uteretur et ad urbem quam primum, cum exercitu accederet.
I can find NO absolute ablative in this paragraph. Nonetheless, are you sure you have written it correctly? A final consonant makes a difference. Please check.
Mandata looks like a typical part of ablative absolute but I don't see the substantive...
Best wishes, FLavio
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