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“Emperor Caligula appointed his horse, Incitatus, to the Roman Senate ...”
“He invited dinner guests to his palace in the name of his favorite horse, Incitatus, and considered naming the horse as a consul.”
“Eh? The first thing that came to mind is the celebrated story of the emperor Caligula and his attempts to have his horse, Incitatus, appointed as a consul.”
“Incitatus, ooops I mean Al Franken, is withdrawing a boatload of challenges to ballots in the Minnesota Senate race.”
“To prove this point, in 39 A.D., Emperor Caligula appointed his horse, Incitatus, to the Roman Senate...”
“So far as men and their horses in politics go, Caligula allegedly tried to make his horse, Incitatus, a Roman senator, a consul, and a priest.”
“She isn't the first horse we've had in the spotlight since we started this theme in January; that honor would go to Incitatus from 'I, Claudius' back in May.”
“Incitatus was the favored horse of Roman emperor Caligula.”
“According to Suetonius's Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Incitatus had a stable of marble, with an ivory manger, purple blankets, and a collar of precious stones.”
“Suetonius also wrote that Caligula planned to make Incitatus a consul.”
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From the GNU Webster's 1913:
"n. A massive, compact limestone; a variety of calcite, capable of being polished and used for architectural and ornamental purposes. The color varies from white ...
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