I.having a broad purple stripe, broad-striped.
I. Adj.: “mappa,” Petr. 32: tunica (a mark of distinction borne by senators, military tribunes of the equestrian order, and the sons of distinguished families who were fitting themselves for offices of state; cf. “clavus),” Val. Max. 5, 1, n. 7: “tribunus,” Suet. Dom. 10; Inscr. Orell. 133.—
A. lātĭclāvĭus , ii, m., one entitled to wear the latus clavus, a senator, patrician: “a quodam laticlavio prope ad necem caesus,” Suet. Ner. 26; id. Aug. 38.—