Tum ad Sullam iter intendit et in e itinere trs hostium exercits aut fdit aut sibi25 adinxit.
We are passing, it may be, from Benevento to fishy Bari, as two stages of the "iter ad Brundisium."
Tum ad Sullam iter intendit et in eo itinere tres hostium exercitus aut fudit aut sibi adiunxit.
Prof′iter; Prof′iting, profit, gain, or advantage: (B.) progress or proficiency.
Exhib′iter, Exhib′itor; Exhibi′tion, presentation to view: display: a public show, esp.
Innumerable difficulties occur on every side in endeavouring to explain this iter.
Lim′itedness; Lim′iter, the person or thing that limits or confines: a friar who had a license to beg within certain bounds.
Sed is Piso in provincia ab equitibus Hispanis, quos in exercitu ductabat, iter faciens occisus est.
With Alatri we end one main stage of our iter, that of the hill-cities.
We shall be very glad to see the iter to which our Correspondent refers.
iter i·ter (ī'tər)
A passage leading from one anatomical part to another.