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eques itis, m

equus, a horseman, rider : equites, qui litteras attulerant, L.: equus docilis Ire viam quā monstret eques, H.: equitem docuere sub armis Insultare solo, i. e. the horse and his rider , V.A horse - soldier, trooper, cavalryman, horseman : equitum milia erant sex, cavalry (opp. pedites), Cs.: equites virique, L.Sing collect. : equiti admoti equi, L.A knight, one of the equestrian order (between the Senate and the Plebs): Romanus: equites Romani: equitum centuriae: turma equitum R., S.Sing collect. : omnis, the equestrian order , O.: Si discordet eques, the spectators in the knights' seats , H.

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