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  • adjective Referring to Mauretania, its people, or the Mauretanian language.

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Examples

  • Curtius soon discovers that all is not what it seems, as he uncovers a complex web of intrigue and deceit whose threads reach not only to the highest levels of the Mauretanian court but all the way to Rome itself.

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  • Curtius soon discovers that all is not what it seems, as he uncovers a complex web of intrigue and deceit whose threads reach not only to the highest levels of the Mauretanian court but all the way to Rome itself.

    The battle of Arfderydd or Arthuret

  • Curtius soon discovers that all is not what it seems, as he uncovers a complex web of intrigue and deceit whose threads reach not only to the highest levels of the Mauretanian court but all the way to Rome itself.

    The Legate’s Daughter, by Wallace Breem. Book review

  • He was a Mauretanian who had risen from the ranks to be praetorian prefect and was the first equestrian emperor.

    f. The Third Century

  • When Luscus drove him out of Spain last year, I'd hoped to see the wretched fellow degenerate into a Mauretanian mercenary and trouble us never again.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • The name was Bomilcar, not Juba, and the nationality was Numidian, not Mauretanian.

    The First Man in Rome

  • And in the brief lustrous dimness before darkness fell, the Numidian and Mauretanian armies spilled out from behind a nearby ridge and descended upon the half-finished camp.

    The First Man in Rome

  • The Numidian and Mauretanian armies drew off in fairly good order, yet left several thousands of their soldiers behind on the field, where Marius had lost surprisingly few.

    The First Man in Rome

  • The Numidian and Mauretanian armies were destroyed, most of their men dead on the field.

    The First Man in Rome

  • [588] Sulla undoubtedly had his quarters near the Mauretanian frontier; that is, in the extreme west; as the ambassador of Bocchus fled to him.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

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