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equites

(ˈɛkwɪˌtiːz)
(in ancient Rome) pl n
1. (Military) the cavalry
2. (Historical Terms) Also called: knights members of a social order distinguished by wealth and ranking just below the senators
[from Latin, plural of eques horseman, from equus horse]
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But when the equites and the novi homines had extended the governing classes by adding to the numbers of the Patricians, the State came to ruin.
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The study argues that the identification of Tarquin's moral dilemma as well as incidents in the poem with their Faustus counterparts extend beyond the thematic concerns of freewill and hubris to allusions such as the Greek myth of Icarus and the ancient Roman practice of equites.
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The equites segment also witnessed a growth of five per cent from the previous month.
Mihoubi, Modes de reconnaissance et equites dans les w-automates a pic, These de Doctorat, Universite Paris Nord (1989).
These Senators were Equites from rural villages and patricians who did not want to pay taxes.