Corneila cum pronuba ad aram stabat. Sacris rite paratis, auspex processit ut porcum sacrificaret. Cum exta inspexisseet, "Omina," inquit, "bona sunt." Deinde tabulae nuptiales obsignatae sunt. Vinia pronuba dextras Valerii et Corneliae iunxit. Valerio roganti, "Quid nomen tibi est?" Corneila, "Ubi tu Gaius, ego Gaia," respondit. Quo facto, cuncti, "Feliciter!" exclamabant. Cornelia was standing with her bride's attendant at the altar. With the sacrifices having been prepared properly, the augur went forward to sacrifice the pig. When he had exspected the innards, he says,"The omens are good." Then the marriage contract was signed. Vinia, the matron of honor, joined the right hands of Valerius and Cornelia. Valerius asking, "What is your name?" Cornelia replied,"When you are Gaius, I am Gaius. When this had been done, everyone exclaimed ,"Good Luck!"