triumvir


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triumvir

(esp in ancient Rome) a member of a triumvirate
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(15) Caesar's social role as a triumvir functions as the conditioning factor outside him (the subject).
The punitive actions of his son as triumvir earned that earl a fearsome reputation.
In this market for Dublin matches this year, Ladbrokes have seen the majority of the money on the attacking triumvir of Bernard Brogan, Diarmuid Connolly and Kevin McManamon.
Since the statue of Pakhom was dated to 50-30 B.C., she concluded that the twin sculpture was produced by an Egyptian artist at the end of the Ptolemaic period, after Roman triumvir Mark Antony recognized his twins in 37 B.C.
In the period 37-34 BC, two series of coins (one with Latin legends, the other Greek) were issued in Crete and Cyrenaica to mark the Roman triumvir Marcus Antonius' assignment of these territories to Cleopatra Selene, his daughter by Cleopatra VII, queen of Egypt.
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In 53 BC Marcus Licinius Crassus, the triumvir, invaded Parthia with an army of no less than 40 000 men (according to Plutarch Crass.
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[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (28) When the ates of the world were being decided in the midst of cosmic streams of battle, you traded the crown and the purple [clothes] of a triumvir for a kiss.//When [just] one line separated [your] greatness and infamy for posterity, you turned your helm to take one last look at the beloved eyes.//Oh, let me draw the same lot, and in the hour when the battle is not yet over, / like a fugitive, fling my ship / after the Egyptian stern!
The elder Pliny records, on the authority of Octavian's close friends Agrippa and Maecenas, the young triumvir's cowardly behavior at the battle of Philippi in 42 B.C.E.
For a brief time, Lucan writes, the triumvir Crassus kept Pompey and Julius Caesar at peace, despite them wanting to make war on each other.