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ancient cloak, cerebral cortex, mantle, part of the brain, toga, robe worn by the ancient Greeks and Romans, vestment worn by a pope or archbishoppallium
ancient Greek warship; scaled suit of armor worn by ancient Romans; Roman soldier wearing a suit of armor; (Zoology) system of hard scales that cover the bodies of some fishes and reptilescataphract
ancient Roman cavalry, privileged Romansequites
ancient Romans and ancient Greeksthe ancients
any count, count of population, counting and surveying of the population for official purposes, registration of Romans for taxationcensus
fortune teller, Greek or Roman prophet, woman who the ancient Greeks or Romans considered to be an oracle or a seer; prophetesssibyl
Jewish rebel against ancient RomansZealot
of ancient Rome, of Romance languages, pertaining to the Romans; pertaining to the Romance languages, pertaining to the family of languages derived from Latin, Romance languages collectivelyRomanic
Roman, Romance, Romania, Romanian, RomansRom.
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