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Capitolian
Capitolian Cap`i*to"li*an, Capitoline Cap"i*to*line, a. [L. capitolinus: cf. F. capitolin.] Of or pertaining to the Capitol in Rome. ``Capitolian Jove.' --Macaulay. Capitoline games (Antiq.), annual games instituted at Rome by Camillus, in honor of Jupter Capitolinus, on account of the preservation of the Capitol from the Gauls; when reinstituted by Domitian, arter a period of neglect, they were held every fifth year.

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- Times. Retrieved November 13, 2018. "Editorial Correspondence". Louisiana Capitolian. January 17, 1880. p. 2. Retrieved July 4, 2019 – via Newspapers.com....
- established in 1842.[citation needed] Another newspaper, the Louisiana Capitolian, was established in 1868 and soon merged with the then-named W****ly Advocate...
- since T****o left St. Anna had the heavens apparently so smiled upon him. Capitolian honors and money were now at his disposal. Yet fortune came too late....
- (p. 2). March 26, 1866. "Death of Mayor Charrotte". Baton Rouge Daily Capitolian–Advocate (p. 2). October 15, 1883. Evelyn Martindale Thom (1967). Baton...
- Philippines Campus Corrales Avenue Extension-Osmeña Extension (Main campus) Colors Crimson, red and white          Nickname Capitolians Website www.cu.edu.ph...
- a Tour in Italy, 1837 1842 At Rome (III) 1837 "Is this, ye Gods, the Capitolian Hill?" Memorials of a Tour in Italy, 1837 1842 At Rome--Regrets--In allusion...
- Cambria Tribune (Johnstown) (1853-1864) Campaigner (Bellefonte) (1867-?) Capitolian (Harrisburg) (1842-18??) Carbondale Advance (18??-1889) Carbondale Advance...
- Memphis Daily Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, pg. 3, 23 June 1881 Louisiana Capitolian, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, pg. 3, 8 November 1881 Port Eads in The Times-Picayune...
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