victoriatus

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victoriatus ‎(plural victoriati)

  1. A silver coin, stamped with an image of Victory, minted during the Roman Republic, valued at 1/2 a denarius.

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Noun[edit]

victōriātus m ‎(genitive victōriātī); second declension

  1. victoriatus

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative victōriātus victōriātī
genitive victōriātī victōriātōrum
dative victōriātō victōriātīs
accusative victōriātum victōriātōs
ablative victōriātō victōriātīs
vocative victōriāte victōriātī

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