Duumviri

In ancient Rome, duumviri (Lat duumvir, `one of the two men`; in plural originally duoviri, `the two men`) was the official style of two joint magistrates. Such pairs of magistrates were appointed at various periods of Roman history both in Rome itself and in the colonies and municipia. Duumviri iuri (iure) dicundo were the highest judicial ma...
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Duumviri

• (pl. ) of Duumvir
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duumviri

Alternative form of duoviri. ...
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