decuria


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decuria

(dɪˈkjʊərɪə)
n
(Military) another name for decury
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Por cierto que lo pase grandemente, porque en mi decuria habia los muchachos mas imbeciles del lugar, incapaces a aprender jamas una leccion.
Notese que de los adscritos al ordo equester, dos especifican la decuria a la que pertenecian: la I en el caso de L.
Al que corresponde la traduccion: "La provincia Hispania Citerior (lo puso) para Lucio Fabio Silon, hijo de Lucio, de la tribu Quirina, brigaecino, duunviro, sacerdote de Roma y Augusto del convento astur, admitido en las cinco decurias de jueces de Roma, flamen de la provincia Hispania Citerior".
Fabius Silo, en un escalon inferior al flaminado, se especifica que fue integrado, mediante adlectio, dentro de las cinco decurias de jueces romanos (40).
(83) <<Mortuo reo promittendi et ante aditam hereditatem fideiussor accipi potest, quia hereditas personae vice fungitur, sicuti municipium et decuria et societas>> (Digesto 46.1.22).
Desde la ley Aurelia (ano 70 a.C), la lista se componia de 900 nombres (300 por cada decuria: una de senadores, otra de caballeros y una tercera de tribuni aerarii).
One can begin with the shattering of Italy's foundational story, the Risorgimento--the dream of social justice and fair distribution of land turned nightmare--that is inscribed in the twelve charcoal markings left on the walls of the prison of Granza-Maniforti by the rioters of Alcara Li Fusi: PROPRIETARI DI TERRE ALLODIALI PEZZI GROSSI DENTRO LA DECURIA PARROCHI E CIVILI S'APPROPIARO DI TERRE COMUNALI IO FORA DI TUTTO CHE PURE AVEA DIRITTO COME GLI ALTRI GALANTOMINI FORA TUTTI I POVERI VILLANI AIZZAI GLI ALCARESI A RIBELLARSI AH MALE PER NOI NESSUNO FU PIU' BUONO DI FERMARE LA FURIA DEI LUPI SCATENATI.
"The Romans who traded with the German tribes for skins or hides would take them in a decuria, or bundle of ten, decem, ten.
240, of Petronius' mentioning of a fortieth decuria of slaves in Trimalchio's household (47.12) with the case of the 400 slaves executed following the murder of Pedanius Secundus (Tact Ann.
These collegia were formed from people living in the same vicus and were subdivided into decuriae, with the magisti vici at their head.(51) Thus, every inhabitant of Rome was a member of a decuria, which was part of a collegium, and each vicus was subdivided into a number of collegia.