Text #805History of Rome. Vol. 8 .
[Liv. 30.2.10. Translated by Frank Gardner Moore. Harvard University Press. 1949. (14 Vols.) p. 373]
On the Capitol ravens were believed not only to have torn away gilding with their beaks but even to have eaten it. At Antium mice gnawed a golden wreath. The whole region around Capua was covered by an immense number of locusts, while there was no agreement as to whence they had come. At Reate a colt with five feet was foaled.