Definition of Manipulars
1. manipular [n] - See also: manipular
Lexicographical Neighbors of Manipulars
Literary usage of Manipulars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association by American philological association (1885)
"... were not his old manipulars. This would have thrown the whole battle array of the tenth legion into confusion, and produced a straggling skirmish attack ..."
2. A history of the Romans under the empire by Charles Merivale (1865)
"Two manipulars engaged to transfer the empire of the Roman people, says Tacitus, in memorable words, and they d/uL transfer it.1 Murmurs at the refusal of a ..."
3. History of the Romans Under the Empire by Charles Merivale (1858)
"... till the emperor himself leaped upon a couch, and from thence, regardless of the military indecorum, expostulated and reasoned with his manipulars. ..."
4. The Student's Roman Empire: A History of the Roman Empire from Its by John Bagnell Bury (1893)
""Two manipulars," says Tacitus, " undertook to transfer the empire of the Roman people, and they did transfer it." The decisive moment came on the morning ..."
5. History of the Romans Under the Empire by Charles Merivale (1872)
"His mission really was to soothe rather than punish, and instead of the dismissal of centurions and decimation of manipulars, with which the ..."