currus, of a chariot: equi, the horses provided at the public cost for the games, L.: sella, the curule chair, official chair (of consuls, praetors, and curule aediles), C., L.: ebur, a throne of ivory, Ta. — As substf., the curule chair, Ta.: summasdonarecurulīs (sc. sellas), magistracies, Iu.—Occupying the curule chair, of curule rank: aedilis, L.: aedilitas: ebur (i. e. sella), the consulship, H.
Lewis, Charlton, T. An Elementary Latin Dictionary. New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago. American Book Company. 1890.
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