Definition of fiscus
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Orthography ID = 1006295
1.
LEM
fiscus, fiscī
FASC-
noun (m., 2nd declension)
  1. [properly] a woven-basket
  2. hence, a money-basket, money-bag, purse
  3. the public chest, state treasury, public revenues
  4. the imperial treasury, emperor's privy purse (cf. aerarium, the public treasury)
Abbreviations
fiscus ī, m FASC-.

—Prop., a woven-basket

— hence, a money-basket, money-bag, purse: fisci cum pecuniā: multus in arcā Fiscus, i. e. much money, Iu.

—The public chest, state treasury, public revenues: quaternos HS in cistam transferam de fisco: qui fiscum sustulit.

—The imperial treasury, emperor's privy purse (cf. aerarium, the public treasury), Ta., Iu.
 
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