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    • An elected official of ancient Rome who was…
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aedile definition

  • noun:
    • An elected official of ancient Rome who was accountable for public works and games and just who supervised markets, the whole grain supply, together with water-supply.
    • An elected official who had been in charge of the maintenance of general public buildings in addition to regulation of festivals; also monitored areas while the method of getting whole grain and water.
    • A magistrate in ancient Rome, who'd the superintendence of community buildings, highways, programs, etc.; for this reason, a municipal officer.
    • an such like. See edile, etc.
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