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Definition of: Gesta Romanorum

(jestə rō′mə·nôrəm, -nōrəm)
A collection of tales compiled in Latin in Europe in the 14th century, used as a source book by Chaucer, Shakespeare, and others. [<L, deeds of the Romans]

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Gesta Romanorum a la

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