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A name applied to two classes of Roman slaves: (a) Those who took care of the clothes of persons bathing at the public bathhouses. (See Balneae.) (b) Those who had charge of the capsae in which books or letters were kept. (See Capsa.)


Soldiers who guarded the chests containing the military papers and registers. (See Dig. 1.6, 7.)

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