aedile

A type of Roman magistrate. The name suggests that they had something to do with an aedes (temple or shrine). Roman tradition states that the first aediles (plebeian) were the assistants of the plebeian tribunes. They were probably responsible for the organization of the Plebeian Games (Ludi plebeii). In the reforms of 360 BC the aediles were recog…...

Aedile

Roman magistrate who oversaw public games, public places, and the grain supply in the city of Rome; there were four (4) aediles, two (2) were plebian and two (2), called curule aediles, were from either the plebian or the patrician orders.
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aedile

Magistrate in ancient Rome whose duties included the care of temples, public buildings and markets, and the supervision of public games. The office was created in 494 BC with the appointment of two...
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Aedile

• (n.) A magistrate in ancient Rome, who had the superintendence of public buildings, highways, shows, etc.; hence, a municipal officer.
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aedile

(from Latin aedes, `temple`), magistrate of ancient Rome who originally had charge of the temple and cult of Ceres. At first the aediles were two ... [2 related articles]
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aedile

edile, aedile A Roman magistrate whose chief business was to superintend public buildings of all kinds, more especially public edifices, temples, bridges, aqueducts, markets, games, etc. The ediles also were responsible for the care of the highways, public places, weights and measures, etc.
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Aedile

Aedile (Aedilis, from aedes, `temple building`) was an office of the Roman Republic. Based in Rome, the aediles were responsible for maintenance of public buildings (aedēs) and regulation of public festivals. They also had powers to enforce public order. There were two pairs of aediles. Two were aediles plebis; the other two were called the aed.....
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aedile

magistrate in charge of games, markets or buildings
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