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sella ae, f

SED-, a seat, settle, chair, stool : in sellā sedere: altā deducere sellā, Iu.: sellae atque operis locus, work-stool : sella tibi erit in ludo, etc., teacher's chair : clausa, sedan-chair , Iu.: sellā qui primā sedens, on the front seat (of a wagon), Ph.— A magistrate's seat, official chair (that of the higher magistrates was called sella curulis): sedebat in rostris in sellā aureā: hoc de sellā dixit: consules positis sellis dilectum habebant, L.: parentes honestos Fascibus et sellis, H.

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