Draghignazzo, he too, wished to have a catch at the legs below; whereat their decurion wheeled around around with evil aspect.
Cicero said that it was easier to be a Senator at Rome than a decurion at Pompeii.
The five-mile race was over, and had been won as usual by decurion Brennus, the crack long-distance champion of the Herculians.
The decurion was losing patience and the shepherd had grown more than ever serious.
Tears were standing in the Roman decurion's eyes as he bowed to take leave.
The adoption of the same faith made the poor freedman the equal and sometimes the superior, of the decurion and the clarissimus.
A decurion of ten policemen knows the whole street, a centurion a division of the city, the chief knows all the city.
The enemy was informed of this circumstance by some deserters from the troop of L. Emilius, decurion of the auxiliary cavalry.
At last he stirred slightly, and the decurion turned and looked down.
In a moment the boy sprang into the decurion's way so suddenly that the soldier almost fell over him.