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Crijević Tuberon, Ludovik (1458-1527) [1522], Commentarii de temporibus suis, versio electronica (), Verborum 118743; librorum 11, capitum 165, Ed. Vladimir Rezar [genre: prosa oratio - historia] [word count] [tuberocomm].
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ab Hungaris exceptum amisisset, metu insidiarum Taurunum confestim rediit, aliquot e suis partim captis, partim caesis. Nam Syrmienses, timore hostium abutentes, nouissimum agmen adorti terribilem tumultum intulerant. Paucis post diebus Balys, ratus sua e Syrmio fuga securitatem Transistranis Hungaris iniectam esse, maioribus copiis comparatis per Danubium gelu concretum sine ullis nauibus in regionem Daciae Tauruno obiectam transmisit, atque inde superato Thibisco amne, et ipso glacie astricto, fines Baciensis regionis inuasit, ibique aliquot uicis depopulatis raptim se Taurunum recępit. Magnam uim pecorum abactam, hominum ad mille et trecentos captos esse ferunt. Haud tamen sine detrimento Turca domum reuersus est, quippe praeter mille ferme equos ui frigoris absumptos, et aliquot e suis desyderauit, 347 et ipse a quibusdam Hungaris uiam obsidentibus pilula e paruo tormento excussa uulneratus est.

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Caeterum ciuitas, Venetorum imperio liberata, parum abfuit, quin haud multo post, quorundam adolescentium leuitate animi, et, egestate, ut fit, uenalium, proditione, diriperetur; quos quidem nominatim tradere, familiae dignitas, in qua nati sunt, prohibet. Tulit enim ea domus uiros plures singulari facundia praeditos, patriae studiosos, multisque muneribus ciuilibus claros. Hi igitur iuuenes, a quodam regulo Bossinate, urbi Rhacusae uicino, pecunia corrupti ac promissis ingentibus inducti, adscitis sibi quibusdam etiam e plebe hominibus, constituerant clam nocte in urbem Bossinatem armatum accipere. Bossinas, cui ad inuadendam urbem festinanti, omnis cunctatio ob praedae cupiditatem longa esse uidebatur; ratus, incaepta a coniuratis siue poenitentia facinoris omitti, siue socordia animi differri: dat literas ad coniuratos cuidam agresti, quibus adhortatur ipsos coniuratos, uti promissa mature praestare curarent, se cum exercitu ad urbem, constituto die, praesto affuturum. Literae, dum parum caute ab agresti consciis redduntur, interceptae, proditionem manifestam fecerunt. Itaque coniurati deprehensi, quaestione habita conuicti, meritas patriae poenas dedere; omnibus, qui sanguine eos contingebant, non modo huiusce poena laetis, sed etiam supplicii paene exactoribus. Ferunt enim quendam, cuius fratris filius coniurationis damnatus erat, purpurea ueste indutum in foro inambulasse, dum de coniuratis poena caperetur.

Iisdem fere temporibus, ager Epidaurius, addita Vitalia, et tota regione, quae ab aquae ductu lingua Epidauria Canalis appellatur, post sexingentos circiter annos ab excidio Epidauri, pretio quibusdam accolis regulis Bossinatibus soluto, recuperatus est, uiritimque inter ciues, magna ueterum possessorum inuidia atque contentione, diuisus. Quod autem Canalensis ager territorii Epidaurii fuerit, argumento est opus mirabili structura effectum, quo a uigesimo prope milliario aqua in urbem perducta est, partim subterraneo riuo, partim substructione, partim opere arcuato. Cuius quidem operis a Slauinis procul dubio euersi adhuc extant uestigia, atque quibusdam in locis inscriptiones latinis literis nomina curatorum indicantes. Per idem quoque tempus Sigismundus Augustus, Hungarorum ac Boemorum rex, Phariam, quam quidem Lesinam, ut dictum est, uocant, Braciam, et Corcyram nigram, insulas habitatoribus satis frequentes, singulari benignitate in Rhacusanos usus, ditioni Rhacusanae adiunxit. Iam coeperant Rhacusani praetores mittere, qui insulanis ius dicerent: quos cum uiderent, Pharenses praesertim, regendis populis minime idoneos, utpote iuris dicundi literarum inscitia imperitos ― Rhacusani enim soli paene mercaturae per ea tempora dediti erant, pauci admodum literis, quae nunc quoque perrarae sunt Rhacusae, dabant operam ― ad hoc, quum audirent, Canalensem agrum, inique, et per summam iniuriam ueteribus possessoribus ereptum, adeo consternati sunt, ut, ni saniori auxilio uis prohibita esset, praetores urbium uiolati fuissent. Itaque confestim consilium ceperunt, sese in regiam potestatem restituendi, adiutore in primis Iaxia quodam, ex Naresiis principibus. Erat Iaxias et per se Rhacusinis infensus, ut est inter plerosque uicinos ex aemulatione odium. Itaque profectus in Hungariam adit Barbaram, Sigismundi uxorem, cui se cordi esse haud quaquam ignorabat: erat enim et ipse ex aulicis Augusti, florentique aetate, ac forma corporis eximia, et regina feminarum uitia, uergens etiam annis, non exuerat.

Itaque compositis criminibus in Rhacusanos, persuadet reginae, ut cum Imperatore agat, ut insulae Rhacusanis nuper attributae, liberae sub Caesaris imperio de caetero essent; ne Rhacusanorum simul regendi inscitia, simul tyrannide, perditum eant. Sigismundus, uxoris oratione inductus, dat Iaxiae Narisio literas ad Rhacusanos, quibus iubebat eos insulis excedere, atque a potestate Rhacusanorum omnino exemptas Iaxiae tradi; Rhacusanis oratoribus apud Caesarem necquidquam nitentibus, ne insulae, fidelibus sociis, falsis Iaxiae criminibus, adimerentur. Sed crimen ualuit eo maxime, quod Rhatanei Canalensisque agri diuisio, eiectis ueteribus colonis, parum purgata esset; cum insulani, alienae cladis exemplum, metumque, qui non uanus esse uidebatur, in suam defensionem contulissent. Itaque, licet Rhacusanorum studium et fides erga regem omnibus satis nota essent; cupiditas tamen alieni agri causam eorum euertit. Nempe Rhacusani non modo imperium insularum quaerebant, sed etiam priuatas possessiones, prauo consilio inito, sibi uendicare conabantur, mercaturae consuetudine, proprium magis, quam publicum emolumentum sequentes.

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Note (foot) return to page¤¤ ab erat usque ad nondum Danubium lectio ed. Crau.: patri, ob ereptam sibi ab ipso patre sponsam, ualde infensus: quem cum Rhacusani male animatum in parentem animaduerterent, hac occasione aegrum animi clam adeunt, hortantur, ne incestum patris in se admissum, et tam insignem iniuriam inultam esse patiatur, suam operam aduersus communem inimicum, et foeda libidine pollutum, pollicentur; tandem spe pecuniae illecto, persuadent, uti a parente ad Turcas desciscat, patremque Turcarum incursionibus uexet. Ad haec, ne belli quidem iure seruato, licitati sunt hostis caput, pecunia percussori promissa. Nec altera parte Stephanus destitit externis auxiliis Rhacusanos oppugnare: pactus est enim cum Venetis, ut expugnata Venetorum ope urbe Rhacusa, praeda rerum omnium Stephano, urbs uero Venetis cederet. Quod ubi sensere Rhacusani, misso Romam quodam monacho Basilio, qui postea, ob hanc operam strenue nauatam, Tribuliensium praesul creatus est, deferunt ad Nicolaum V. Romanum Pontificem querelam: Venetos impietatis in Christianum nomen accusant, rogantque Pontificem, ut ipsos Venetos, a Stephani Cosacii, schismatici hominis, societate, et Rhacusanae urbis oppugnatione, arceat. Pontifex literas extemplo ad Venetos conscribit, hisque rebus diuinis interdicit, si ullum auxilii genus aduersus Rhacusanos Bossinati homini praestitissent. Atque ita Veneti, metu Pontificiae censurae, quieuere; sed nec quies Venetorum belli finem fecit. Nam filius Stephani, quem a patre defecisse demonstrauimus, ita inimico animo regiones ad patris imperium spectantes, Turcica manu sibi adiuncta, deuastando peruagatus est, ut hoc in primis certamen, Turcis aditum in Dalmatiam aperuerit, et Cosaciam familiam extinxerit, Rhacusanamque ciuitatem, non modo tributariam fecerit, sed etiam in Turcicam seruitutem paene redegerit. Nimirum, ita plerumque usu uenire solet, ut, qui hostem alienis armis uincere nititur, iisdem se ipse superetur; nec multo leuius uictori, quam uicto accidat. Quod quidem patrum nostrorum aetate, Illyricis, Thracibus, Macedonibus, et Graecis, his uero temporibus Italis euenit. Quoniam alii, dum Gallorum ope, alii Hispanorum, aduersarios suos oppugnant, omnes externum iugum subiere. Atque haec seruitus, quanquam Rhacusanorum animos infregit, attamen, quantum de dignitate demsit, tantum opibus eorum adiecit. Etenim infirmitatis suae iam satis gnari, in omnibus publicis actionibus, metum inde consilio habentes, omisso amplificandae fortunae studio, sublimium animorum affectu, solis uectigalibus incumbere; unde et tributum Turcis commodius penderent, et suppeterent expensae ad urbis custodiam necessariae. Sed iam procul ab incepto tractus, eo, unde me Rhacusana ciuitas auocauerat, reuertar.

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