[sur-vee-uh s tuhl-ee-uh s]
- the legendary sixth king of ancient Rome who built the city walls and whose accession to the throne was prophesied by and secured with the help of Tanaquil, the widow of the previous king: assassinated by his daughter Tullia and her husband Tarquin.
- Servius. Servius Tullius.
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