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Why would multi Romanorum have both multi and Romanorum in the genetive case? Thank you for clarifying this.

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    Same reason as in your first question.

    multi Romanorum = many of the Romans

    I'd need the whole sentence, but it looks as if multi is nominative plural, not genitive; Romanorum is definitely in the genitive plural.

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