1. The Ablative of Price: regularly of a definite amount of fine, and often of indefinite penalties (cf. § 416): Frusinates tertiá parte agrí damnátí (Liv. x. 1), the people of Frusino condemned [to forfeit] a third part of their land.
2. The Ablative with de, or the Accusative with inter in idiomatic expressions:
NOTE: The accusative with ad and in occurs in later writers to express the penalty: as, ad mortem (Tac. Ann. xvi. 21), to daeth; ad (in) metalla, to the mines.