decemvirate

[ dih-sem-ver-it, -vuh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF decemvirate

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Two years were spent by this commission, and upon their return in 452 the above mentioned Decemvirate was appointed.

The lore was complete about the time of the decemvirate, but decreta must have been continually added (p. 23).

On the whole we may put the great period of the college between the decemvirate and the war with Hannibal.

The decemvirate instituted at Rome; the Twelve Tables of law framed.

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