- In Roman antiquity, a body of knights or horsemen for the patrician order, numbering initially, based on custom, 300, initially organized by Romulus, 100 becoming selected, 10 from each curia, from each one of the three tribes.
- [capitalized] a classic unit of domestic dogs, including swift-footed kinds, of which the greyhound may be the kind: distinguished from Sagaces and Pugnaces.
Sentence for "celeres"
- 'pugnaces' and the 'sagaces' are mentioned;…
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