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Definition of Quinquennalia

Quinquennalia
Quinquennalia Quin`quen*na"li*a, n. pl. [L., fr. quinquennalis. See Ouinquennial.] (Rom. Antiq.) Public games celebrated every five years.

Meaning of Quinquennalia from wikipedia

- XV.33, XVI.21). Suetonius (Ner. 12) confounds this festival with the Quinquennalia, which was instituted in the following year, 60 AD. The Juvenalia continued...
- Trier for the joint occasion of the city's birthday and Constantine's quinquennalia, recounted a vision apparently seen by the emperor while journeying...
- commemorating the victory over Gallienus, and the festivities celebrating his quinquennalia continued into the following year. Very little troubled the reign of...
- before the emperor, at Marcianopolis, a congratulatory oration upon his Quinquennalia, 368. His next orations are to the young Valentinian II upon his consulship...
- revolt was swiftly crushed. Around this time, Tetricus also held the quinquennalia, public games that took place every four years. After Aurelian had succeeded...
- delivered at the court in Trier in 310, at the occasion of Constantine's quinquennalia (fifth anniversary of accession) and the founding day of the city of...
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