Rostra

The large stone platform in the Forum Romanum initially used by public speakers to rouse the crowds and at a later date mostly used for official ceremonies. It was situated near the Curia under the Republic and subsequently moved farther west. It was decorated with the prows of boats captured at the Battle of Antium (338 BC), from which it got its …...

Rostra

• (pl. ) of Rostrum • (n. pl.) See Rostrum, 2.
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Rostra

Ros'tra noun plural See Rostrum , 2.
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rostra

In ancient Rome, a platform from which public speakers used to address the people. It stood between the forum and comitium (the main place of political assembly), and was so called because it was...
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