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  • Porro somniaverunt somnium uterque ipsorum, puisque somnium suum nocte eadem: singuli secundum interpretationem somnii sui, princerna et pistor qui fuerant regi Aegypti, qui erant vincti in domo carceris.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2

  • Fuit autem, posthaec peccaverunt pincerna regis AEgypti, et pistor contra dominum suum regem.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2

  • Hence the names _pistor_ and _pistrinum_, a baker and baker's shop, which are derived from _pinsere_, to pound.

    Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient Life

  • Dublin Diocese, but more probably a baker (pistor) of Wexford -- executed for harbouring Baltinglass and Father Rochford, S.J. + 1581: Robert Meyler, Edward Cheevers, John O'Lahy, and Patrick

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • One of the last which did so was that of the _Pfister_ or bakers (Latin, _pistor_), and this had only been done


  • (_pingere_), soon became a very important and flourishing section of the plebs, though never held in high repute; and in connexion with the distributions of corn some of them probably rose above the level of the small tradesman, like the _pistor redemptor_, Marcus Vergilius

    Social life at Rome in the Age of Cicero


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