Principiate

Prin`cip´i`ate


v. t.1.To begin; to initiate.
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In prossimita delle ore serali, alla fine del secondo libro, la centralita conferita alle ricchezze "utilissime a perseverare nelle principiate faccende con lodo e grazie" (2.
Noting this as official Roman policy, Pliny wrote, "The principiate of Tiberius did away with the Druids and this horde of seers and medicine men.
On the palace and its masters in the republican period see: Rubinstein, 12; Trachtenberg, 1989; on the principiate see: Satkowski, 45-59; Trachtenberg, 1997a, 275-80.