a board of two persons, an extraordinary criminal
court, duumviri (selected by Tullus Hostilius to try Horatius), L.; (by the people to
try Manlius), L.; (to try Rabirius), C.: sacrorum, keepers
of the Sibylline books, L.: navales, to build and equip a
fleet, L.: adaedemfaciendam, to build a temple,
L.—A board of colonial magistrates, Cs. — Each of the duo viri is
called II vir or duūmvir, L.
Lewis, Charlton, T. An Elementary Latin Dictionary. New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago. American Book Company. 1890.
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