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Results for: roman-fleuve Translations: 31 – 60 / 374 English English ancient Greek god of wine and fertility (corresponds to the Roman god Bacchus) Dionysus ancient Greek or Roman sacrifice, great sacrifice, public sacrifice and banquet in ancient Rome or Greece that involved the mass killing of 100 cattle or oxen; large sacrifice hecatomb 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 reptiles cataphract ancient name for England or the island of Britain, ancient Roman name for Britain Albion ancient region and Roman province, corresponding approximately to present-day Portugal and the Spanish provinces of Salamanca and Cáceres Lusitania ancient Roman army officer, leader of 100 soldiers in the Roman army centurion ancient Roman assembly comitia ancient Roman assembly, legislative body, parliament, legislature, council of citizens with lawmaking and deliberative functions (esp. the U.S. Senate); house of parliament, building or hall in which a legislative body meets (esp. the chamber of the U.... senate ancient Roman bottle, pitcher used in Christian ceremonies (holds wine, water or oil), vessel for holy liquid ampulla ancient Roman building, large Christian church, privileged Roman Catholic church, type of early Christian church (mainly found in Italy); hall of justice, meeting hall (in ancient Rome) basilica ancient Roman cavalry, privileged Romans equites ancient Roman coin as ancient Roman festivities Bacchanalia ancient Roman financial administrator quaestor ancient Roman fortification vallum ancient Roman ghosts lemures ancient Roman goddess of peace and harmony Concordia ancient Roman holder of joint office, one of two officers in ancient Rome who exercised jointly the duties of a public office, one of two people sharing authority duumvir ancient Roman javelin, arrowhead, building, fortune, fur, go as a crowd, heap, mound; wealth, fortune; group of buildings; dike, levee, heraldic symbol, large quantity, looped fabric surface, make into a mound, mound of things, nuclear reactor, place l... pile ancient Roman joint government of three leaders (Roman History); three people that share joint administrative powers; any group of three, position of sharing power, Roman committee of three rulers, rule by a group of three, term of office of shared pow... triumvirate ancient Roman language, Italic language which was the official language of the Roman Empire, of or pertaining to Latin; of or pertaining to countries or peoples that use languages derived from Latin (especially Central and South America); of the Roman ... Latin ancient Roman magistrate praetor ancient Roman magistrate, former French official, government official working abroad, official chosen by a government to represent its interests in a foreign country consul ancient Roman measure Roman mile ancient Roman military squadron containing 60 or 120 men; piece of cloth worn as part of the ecclesiastical vestments of a priest, former ecclesiastical adornment, part of Roman legion maniple ancient Roman of praetor rank, corrupt praetorian ancient Roman office, any suppression, criticism; suppression of material deemed objectionable, suppression of memories, suppression of published or broadcast material censorship ancient Roman official, exercise control over something, inhibiting force in mind, official removing objectionable material, person who censors (books, movies, etc.), remove material (from books, etc.) which is considered offensive or immoral, remove o... censor ancient Roman port in Italy, at the mouth of the Tiber River, southwest of Rome Ostia ancient Roman provincial administrator propraetor; propretor About Eudict
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