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castrum

An ancient fortified town, castle, or fort.
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The great house and estate in our part of the world is Castra Regis, the family seat of the Caswall family.
Homo homini monstrurn-Ast'ra, castra, nomen, numen.
is enim scribit Galbam "adeo severissime milites tractasse ut eo ingresso castra vulgaretur statim 'disce inquam militare miles Galba est.
Tandem, castra licet longe paucique sequantur, Urbs iuxta, cedit vix exorante Minerva.
II Mitreo dei Castra Peregrinorum (San Stefano Rotondo).
Qui iam pridem premuntur, qui numquam emergunt, qui partim inertia, partim male gerendo negotio, partim etiam sumptibus in vetere aere alieno vacillant, qui vadimoniis, iudiciis, proscriptione bonorum defetigati permulti et ex urbe et ex agris se in illa castra conferre dicuntur.
3 I--2, a similar situation confronts the Israelites, and once again God attends to their needs: Ventus autem egrediens a Domino, arreptans trans mare coturnices detulit, et demisit in castra itinere quantam uno die confici potest, ex omni parte castrorum per circuitum, volabantque in aere duobus cubitis altitudine super terram.
18 Seneca's comment on his frequent quotation of Epicurus - "for indeed I am used to going over to the enemy's camp, not as a deserter, but as a spy" ("soleo enim et in aliena castra transire, non tamquam transfuga, sed tamquam explorator," Epistulae morales 2.
87) E Simon, "Les castra du N6racais et du Condomnois d'apres les hommages de 1286," Revue de l'Agenais (1984), pp.
et Caupo cum quibusdam Theuthonicis et aliis sequens in Saccalam, villas multas et castra Owele et Purke incendit et tollens spolia multa viros multos occidit et mulieres cum parvulis captivos abducit.
46) This can be partly attributed to the high density of population in the castra.