cui uniuersi selibras farris et quartarios uini ad aedes eius quae in arce erant contulerunt—rem dictu paruam, ceterum inopia fecerat eam argumentum ingens caritatis, cum se quisque uictu suo fraudans detractum corpori atque usibus necessariis ad honorem unius uiri conferret. The phrase is bold is confusing me. I took corpori and usibus as datives after necessariis (which I took to be an adj functioning as a noun) i.e. 'each man contributed in the honour of one man what had been taken from the necessities for his body (copori) and his enjoyment (usibus)' I'm not confident that this is correct however, as it could be that necessariis is an adj agreeing with usibus, i.e. 'each man contributed in the honour of one man what had been taken from the indispensable (necessariis) necessities (usibus) for his body'; however this leaves atque untranslated. Does anyone know which translation is correct? Thanks in advance!