Arnulf mentions exemplum in 30 notes.（1.92; 2.67, 243, 286, 514; 3.284, 730; 4.192, 226, 497, 708, 816; 5.111, 364; 6.234, 254; 7.633, 689; 8.140; 9.169, 270, 394, 413, 563, 888; 10.27, 340, 343, 344, 544）
on 10.340 PENAQVE CIVILIS BELLI: i.e. the death of Caesar, which he deserves just as a punishment for the fault of the civil war caused by himself, or which has been an example for those who will cause a civil war, because they would have to be killed similarly.
on 10.343 PENA ROMANI TYRANNI: i.e. the death of Caesar, which was exacted de illo as a punishment for its tyrannt, and so that others would have an example lest there would be tyrants.
on 10.344 EXEMPLVMQVE PERIT: which someone must have lest there would be no tyrants; or thence any nobleman must receive an example that their tyrants have to be punished. IN SCELVS: Lucan says well, because if this Egyptian receives(?) a punishment (due to this crime of his?), this crime would be reflected, but because a fellow-citizen kills him, it will be able to be reproach someone waging the civil war, because he will dye in the same way as Caesar (was killed) by his fellow-citizens.