Ethiopian kings were kissed on the foot and numidian kings were considered too supreme to be kissed at all.
The king himself walked first in chains, and a number of numidian nobles followed.
A numidian slave, dwarfish and deformed, was sweeping his master's chamber.
Another numidian prince was found and asked to demand the crown from the senate.
Tomorrow I will inspect the numidian footmen and will put them through their exercises.
To this man the numidian auxiliaries were assigned by Epicydes and Hanno.
In the year 391, on a visit to Hippo, a numidian seaport, he was forced into more active duties.
Then the Roman cavalry, with the reserved squadrons of numidian horse, charged the helpless mass.
He might have been a metropolitan patriarch or pope; but he was contented with being bishop of a little numidian town.
Hannibal relied less on his own Carthaginians than on his Spanish infantry and numidian horse.