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Whilst appearing to favour Pompey, it deprived him, on account of his absence, of the chance of being chosen decemvir.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
There was the keen, eagle face of the infamous Decemvir, the persecutor of Virginia—a villain, but a daring and imperious villain.
The Decemvir generals tried to stop them, but they only answered, "We are men with swords in our hands."
YOUNG FOLKS' HISTORY OF ROMECHARLOTTE MARY YONGE
Claudius, the instrument of Appius the decemvir for entrapping Virginia.
It is of no consequence who inhabits the palace—a king, a tribune, an emperor, or a decemvir.
The decemvir's lictor attacks Valerius and Horatius: the fasces are broken by the people.
To them the assembly pays attention, they drown with clamour the voice of the decemvir.
Here is the Roman Lucillus, formerly a Decemvir, who has been banished.
HISTORICAL MINIATURESAUGUST STRINDBERG
His term of service ended, the dread decemvir passed again into private life.
The cry of the nurse for help brought a crowd around them, and all parties went before the Decemvir.
A SMALLER HISTORY OF ROMEWILLIAM SMITH AND EUGENE LAWRENCE

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