II. In partic.: Rūfŭli , ōrum, m., the military tribunes chosen by the general himself (opp. to the Comitiati, who were chosen by the people in the Comitia); “socalledafteroneRutiliusRufus,” Liv. 7, 5 fin.; Fest. p. 261 Müll.; Ps.-Ascon. ap. Div. in Caecil. 10, p. 142.
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