Definition of AEdileship. Meaning of AEdileship. Synonyms of AEdileship

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Definition of AEdileship

AEdileship
AEdileship [AE]"dile*ship, n. The office of an [ae]dile. --T. Arnold.

Meaning of AEdileship from wikipedia

- offered to undertake it, on condition that they were admitted to the aedileship. The plebeians accepted the offer, and accordingly two curule aediles...
- Lucullus, who had recently returned from the Roman province of Asia. Their aedileship was distinguished by games which Cicero much later still remembered for...
- behind the concession of 366 BC, in which the Praetorship and Curule Aedileship were both created, but opened only to Patricians. Shortly after the founding...
- Sicily. The speeches, which were concurrent with Cicero's election to the aedileship, paved the way for Cicero's public career. During the Civil War between...
- of the republic were the consulship, praetorship, plebeian tribunate, aedileship, quaestorship, and military tribunate. Mark Antony abolished the offices...
- an aedile or tribune. Vespasian failed at his first attempt to gain an aedileship but was successful in his second attempt, becoming an aedile in 38. Despite...
- equal in rank to ex-praetors He was given the right to stand for the aedileship in 23 BC He was given the right to become consul ten years before the...
- obverse, while the reverse features the statue of the She-wolf suckling Twins erected by Quintus and Gnaeus Ogulnius during their aedileship in 296 BC....
- were elected consuls notwithstanding their having failed to obtain the aedileship.  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public...
- independence and most of its practical functions were lost. Together with the aedileship, it remained a step in the political career of many plebeians who aspired...
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