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fāstī ōrum (acc pl. fastūs, H.), m

fastus, sc. dies, a register of judicial days, court calendar (orig. kept by the pontifices, until Cn. Flavius posted a copy in the Forum): fastos proposuit, ut sciretur, etc., L.A list of the days of the year, calendar, almanac, annals : cum diem festum de fastis suis sustulissent.— A register of events in chronological order, annals : per titulos memoresque fastos, H.: fastos evolvere mundi, human history , H.The official registers of the higher magistrates (fasti consulares): enumeratio fastorum: in codicillorum fastis: paginas in annalibus magistratuum fastisque percurrere, L.: hos consules fasti ulli ferre possunt?The title of a poem on the Roman festivals , O.

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