In Orberg's LLPSI Cap 37 scripsit:
Italiae incolae primi Aborigines fuerunt, quorum rex Saturnus tanta iustitia fuisse dicitur....
Orberg explains; tanta iustitia as the ablative of the feminine noun iustitia, -ae. He says 'tanta iustitia' = tan iustus esse.
OK so I understand what it means but what literally does it mean. Iustitia is a noun not an adjective... is this an ablative of means meaning something like '....whose king Saturnus is said to have [ruled] by or with justice.....'? with 'regno, regnare' simply implied.....?