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Aes equestré, aes hordearium, aes militaré

Ancient terms for the pay of the Roman soldiers before the regular stipendium was introduced. The first denoted the sum given for the purchase of a horse for the eques; the second, the sum paid for the keep of the horse; and the third, the pay of a foot-soldier. See Equites.

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