Definition of Interreges. Meaning of Interreges. Synonyms of Interreges

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Definition of Interreges

Interreges
Interrex In"ter*rex`, n.; pl. E. Interrexes, L. Interreges. [L., fr. inter between + rex king.] An interregent, or a regent.

Meaning of Interreges from wikipedia

- The interrex (plural interreges) was literally a ruler "between kings" (Latin inter reges) during the Roman Kingdom and the Roman Republic. He was in effect...
- during which ten men chosen from the senate governed Rome as successive interreges. Under po****r pressure, the Senate finally chose the Sabine Numa Pompilius...
- Interreges of the Commonwealth Took the office of interrex in Gave up the office of interrex in Interrex 1572 1573 Jakub Uchański 1574 1575 Jakub Uchański...
- appointed as one of the Interreges to help complete the comitia for the consular college of 391 BC. His colleagues as interreges were, once again, Camillus...
- praefectus urbi, or warden of the city. In 482, he was the second of two interreges appointed by the senate to hold the consular elections. Larcius finished...
- evidently relaxed by the late 30s BC, when Calvisius held the office. The interreges held elections when the consuls were unable to. The senior or first interrex...
- plebeian dictator, and still less to the dictator himself, nominated interreges for the purpose. The object of the patricians was to secure both places...
- refused. In 298 BC Appius Claudius followed by Publius Sulpicius became interreges for reasons unknown. Sulpicius held an election, which brought Barbatus...
- Stanisław Karnkowski of Junosza (1520–1603) was the Great Referendary of the Polish Crown (since 1558), the Great Secretary of Poland (since 1563), bishop...
- ignored the politically insignificant curio maximus in his listing of the interreges of 482 or that Sempronius was the curio maximus. Sempronius is included...