Definition of Celeres
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LEM
Celerēs, Celerum
noun (m., 3rd declension)
  1. the knights, the ancient name of the equestrian order
  2. [given by Romulus, acc. to Livy, to the king's body-guard]
Abbreviations
Celerēs um, m the knights, the ancient name of the equestrian order

— given by Romulus, acc. to Livy, to the king's body-guard: trecentos armatos ad custodiam corporis, quos Celeres appellavit, L.: tribunus Celerum, L.: Celer, chief of the guard of Romulus, O.
 
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