Bestia

Bestia is the name of a family in ancient Rome, of which the following were the most distinguished. 1. Lucius Calpurnius Bestia, tribune of the people in 121 BC, consul in 111. Having been appointed to the command of the operations against Jugurtha, he at first carried on the campaign energetically, but soon, having been heavily bribed, concluded ...
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Bestia

(Latin) an animal, one without the skills to reason or think.
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bestia

animal, beast.
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Bestia

consul in 111 BCE; he led military forces in Numidia; Jugurtha`s easy agreement with Bestia raised suspicions that bribery had occurred; when Jugurtha came to Rome, he testified in bribery cases and three important generals â€` and former consuls â€` were convicted in 110 BCE of having accepted bribes, including Bestia, Albinus and Opimius an...
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bestia

Latin, meaning: animal, beast.
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