auspices

Signs of the divine will, observed by the augurs in a templum, a space marked out with the help of a curved stick (lituus). Most frequent were the flights of birds, but also thunder and lightning, the behaviour of the sacred chickens, and threatening omens. Under the Empire only the emperor had the right to take the auspices; all victories were thu…...

Auspices

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auspices

protection 2 aegis noun kindly endorsement and guidance; `the tournament was held under the auspices of the city council`
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Auspices

Among the ancient Romans, auspices, were strictly omens or auguries derived from birds, though the term was also used in a wider sense. Nothing of importance was done without taking the auspices, which, however, simply showed whether the enterprise was likely to result successfully or not, without supplying any further information. Magistrates poss...
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auspices

auspices 1. Protection or support; patronage. 2. A sign indicative of future prospects; a favorable sign or propitious circumstance; an omen: 'The auspices for the new venture appeared to be favorable.' 3. Observation of and divination from the actions of birds. 4. Divination or prognostication, originally from observing the behavior of birds.
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auspices

kindly endorsement and guidance
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auspices

kindly endorsement and guidance
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auspices

kindly endorsement and guidance
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auspices

Signs interpreted by the Roman augurs. ...
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auspices

[n] - kindly endorsement and guidance
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