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rēgia ae, f

regius, a royal palace, castle, fortress, residence, court : in regiā rex productus, etc.: in vestibulo regiae, L.: regiam occupare, H. —Esp., the castle of Numa, a building on the Via Sacra, devoted to the use of the priests : me ad regiam paene confecit: antiqui regia parva Numae, O.—In a camp, the royal tent : in vestibulo regiae, L.: armatus exercitus regiam obsedit, Cu.The court, royal family, king and courtiers : tulit et Romana regia sceleris tragici exemplum, L.A royal city, residence, capital : Croesi Sardes, H.: non haec dotalis regia Amatae, i. e. Laurentum, V.

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