Definition of Decurias
1. decuria [n] - See also: decuria
Lexicographical Neighbors of Decurias
Literary usage of Decurias
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Introduction to the Study of Latin Inscriptions by James Chidester Egbert (1896)
"... in decurias, In quin- IN-VD, DEC que decurias ADN, ... arcae ALLEC'IN V allectus In quinqué decurias ..."
2. Hermathena by Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) (1907)
"17. apud duas <decurias> profuit equitum Romanorum et trib. aer. ... be due to decurias, which in some early MS. may have been written above the line. ..."
3. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquitiesby William George Smith, Charles Anthon by William George Smith, Charles Anthon (1870)
"a diri»- ion of the curiae into ten decurias, and by the farther assumption of an indefinite number of gentes in each decuria. ..."
4. The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803: Explorations by Early Navigators by Edward Gaylord Bourne, James Alexander Robertson, Emma Helen Blair (1904)
"Such was the emulation among them • decurias: alluding to a custom in Spanish schools of placing the pupils, by tens (or sometimes in smaller numbers), ..."