augural[ aw-gyuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF augural
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I am writing treatises on augural, pontifical, and civil law.
Between the heads are thyrsi or Bacchic rods entwined with ivy and vine shoots, and litui or augural wands used in taking omens.
Thus, the boundaries of Rome itself, of colonies and camps, were all marked out in accordance with the rules of augural procedure.
Neither pontifical law nor augural science ever obtained credit outside of the Latin world.
The two main streets appear to follow some method of orientation connected with augural science.
The year of this letter has been inferred from the mention of Lentulus's augural banquet.
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