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“According to Hüschke (Die Multa, 190) the magistrates known as duoviri perduellionis pronounced this penalty (cf. Liv.,”
“Annual magistrates (duoviri, archontes, strategoi, grammateis) drawn from the body of municipal senators (decuriones, bouleutai) were responsible for maintaining law and order and ensuring municipal as well as imperial taxes.”
“This college was called at different times, according to the number of its members, _duoviri_, _decemviri_, or _quindecemviri sacrorum_.”
“The cantonal _civitas_ had its _duoviri_ and quaestors and so forth, and its _ordo_ or senate, precisely like any municipal”
“Tradition said that the collection dated from the last king's reign, and that it was placed in the care of _duoviri sacris faciundis_, as we have seen, who in 367 B.C. gave way to _decemviri_, five of whom might be members of the plebs.”
“ _e. g._ in religious matters the _duoviri aedi dedicandae_; Mommsen, _Staatsrecht_, ii. 601 foll.”
“_permanent collection_ and a _permanent college of keepers_, and that the earlier _duoviri_ were only temporary religious officers, _sacris faciundis_, _i. e._ for the carrying out of the directions of Sibylline utterances specially sought for at Cumae.”
“the Sibylline books," which books, according to the well-known tradition, had been acquired by the last Tarquin, after some haggling, from an old woman, and placed in the charge of _duoviri sacris faciundis_.”
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