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Definition of Lustrums

Lustrums
Lustrum Lus"trum, n.; pl. E. Lustrums, L. Lustra. [L. Cf. 2d & 3d Luster.] A lustration or purification, especially the purification of the whole Roman people, which was made by the censors once in five years. Hence: A period of five years.
Lustrum
Lustrum Lus"trum, n.; pl. E. Lustrums, L. Lustra. [L. Cf. 2d & 3d Luster.] A lustration or purification, especially the purification of the whole Roman people, which was made by the censors once in five years. Hence: A period of five years.

Meaning of Lustrums from wikipedia

- A lustrum (IPA: [lustrum], plural lustra) was a term for a five-year period in Ancient Rome. The lustration was originally a sacrifice for expiation and...
- Lustrum (plural lustra) was a term for a five-year period in Ancient Rome. Lustrum may also refer to: Lustrum (novel), a novel by Robert Harris in his...
- Lustrum (US: Conspirata; 2009) is a historical novel by British author Robert Harris. It is the sequel to Imperium and the middle volume of a trilogy...
- plebeian censor performed the solemn purification of the people (the "lustrum"; Livy Periochae 13) until 280 BC. In 131 BC, for the first time, both...
- Merit of Ten Lustrums". It became official with royal decree of 21 December 1924. The "Maurician Medal to the Military Merit of Ten Lustrums" would then...
- Discovery Ancient history Before Christ Common Era Decade List of centuries Lustrum Middle Ages Millennium Modern era Saeculum Year "Oxford English Dictionary...
- Dictator follows the first novel Imperium (2006) and the second novel Lustrum (2009). It is both a biography of Cicero and a tapestry of Rome in the...
- never comes out. L.C. Tulsa, Clark's first book, was published in 1971 by Lustrum Press, owned by Ralph Gibson. It has been claimed that thanks to Gene Pitney's...
- military judgement. Cr****us is a major character in Robert Harris's novel Lustrum (published as Conspirata in the USA), the sequel to Imperium, which both...
- Pillar of Iron by Taylor Caldwell (1965). Robert Harris' novels Imperium, Lustrum (published under the name Conspirata in the United States) and Dictator...
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