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Definition of: fasces

(fasēz) noun plural
In ancient Rome, a bundle of rods enclosing an ax, borne by lictors before consuls and other magistrates as a symbol of power. [<L]
—fas·ci·al
(fashē·əl) adjective

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gold fasces
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word fasces
carrying fasces
carry fasces
fasces carried
fasces topped
fasces appears
fasces symbolizing

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