- Civis Illustris
Quod+ind in which Latin though? In the classical Latin you rather use subjunctive for that purpose (when ACI is not invoked from some reasons) because of the syntax (you're rather not allowed to use indicative in such cases). But those cases are rare anyway, since it's most usually ACI.
Also, just to let you know in passing, even in completely other constructions than the one we're discussing here, it isn't rare in classical latin to find quod with the indicative to mean "(the fact) that..." (you'll find confirmation of this in the dictionary too if you look). It just isn't used as "that" with verbs of saying, knowing etc. as in later or more vulgar Latin.Quid est quod + indicative, with the meaning that I said ("What does it mean that...?") is an idiom. See OLD, quod, 7.