[ aw-guh-stey-leez ]
/ ˌɔ gəˈsteɪ liz /
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plural noun (in ancient Rome)
local officials, usually freedmen, appointed in various towns for the worship of deified emperors.
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augur, augur well for, augury, august, Augusta, Augustales, Augustan, auguste, Augustine, Augustinian, Augustinian of the Assumption
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How to use Augustales in a sentence
They brought baskets of those large figs called palombale, and also a present of gold augustales.
Augustales, highest class of Exceptores (shorthand writers), 104 n, 110; xi.
The Augustales referred to in the latter passage were a higher class of Exceptores.
Deputati.The first fifteen were called Deputati, the others were apparently known simply as Augustales.