patriciate

[ puh-trish-ee-it, ‐eyt ]
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The flower of the Roman patriciate was wallowing in this monstrous treachery.

Among the districts of Italy some have and some have not a patriciate.

What they did do was to break up and practically abolish the patriciate.

We are at one in this: the praetorian guard will follow my dictates, the patriciate of Rome will bow the knee to thee.

The patriciate of Rome had combined with the people to place its destinies in Dea Flavia's hands.

We have still to speak of the directly political functions of the rich, or, as M. Comte terms them, the patriciate.

He has nowhere written that territorial riches were the exclusive appanage of the patriciate.

The patriciate succeeded the imperial, being the seventh head, and only of short duration, about fifty years.

Charlemagne was crowned emperor of the Romans in the year eight hundred; and so the patriciate terminated.

The families eligible to the Council composed the Patriciate, the origin of which can no longer be traced in detail.

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