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angustĭclāvĭus , a, um, adj. angustus-clavus,
I.wearing a narrow (purple) stripe; an epithet of a plebeian tribune, who, as a plebeian, could wear only a narrow stripe of purple on his tunic (while the tribune from the nobility had a broad stripe, v. laticlavius), Suet. Oth. 10.
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