strategema


strategema
stratēgēma, atis, Genet. Plur. atōn, n. (στρατήγημα), die Kriegslist eines Feldherrn Val. Max. 7, 4 in. Frontin. strat. praef. libr. 1 u. libr. 4. – übtr., strategemate hominem percussit, er hat den Mann durch eine Kriegslist geschlagen, Cic. ad Att. 5, 2, 2.

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