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Definition of Praetorium

  • the tent of an ancient Roman general

How to use praetorium in a sentence. Praetorium pronunciation.

The Emperor Valens, supporting the Arians against the orthodox, sent to Basil his Prefect of the Praetorium, an officer of the highest rank.
But in Rome, such a discussion would have been stopped summarily, as interfering with the discretional power of the Praetorium.
And it was morning; and they entered not into the Praetorium, that they might not be defiled, but might eat the passover.
Pilate went into the Praetorium and called Jesus, and said to him, Are you the king of the Jews?
Tunica Coccinia solebat pridie quam dimicandum esset, supra praetorium poni, quasi admonito, & indicium futurae pugnae.
He was an acquaintance of Sir John Clerk of Eldin, the hero of the Praetorium.
The faith of Sir Arthur, as an antiquary, was boundless, and Mr. Oldbuck (notwithstanding the affair of the Praetorium at the Kaim of Kinprunes) was much more scrupulous in receiving legends as current and authentic coin.
Ye didna gang sae near wi' Johnnie Howie, when"- Lovel, who, sitting on the supposed _Praetorium,_ had glanced over the contents of the packet, now put an end to the altercation by paying Davies demand; and then turning to Mr. Oldbuck, with a look of much agitation, he excused himself from returning with him to Monkbarns' that evening.-"I must instantly go to Fairport, and perhaps leave it on a moment's notice;-your kindness, Mr. Oldbuck, I can never forget.
It may be worth while to mention that the incident of the supposed Praetorium actually happened to an antiquary of great learning and acuteness, Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, one of the Barons of the Scottish Court of Exchequer, and a parliamentary commissioner for arrangement of the Union between England and Scotland.
But when the cicerone proceeded to point out a small hillock near the centre of the enclosure as the Praetorium, Corydon's patience could hold no longer, and, like Edie Ochiltree, he forgot all reverence, and broke in with nearly the same words-"Praetorium here, Praetorium there, I made the bourock mysell with a flaughter-spade.
They led Jesus therefore from Caiaphas into the Praetorium.
It was early, and they themselves didn't enter into the Praetorium, that they might not be defiled, but might eat the Passover.
They gave orders, that whoever had any of Caesar's soldiers should produce them; as soon as they were produced, they put them to death publicly in the praetorium, but most of them concealed those that they had entertained, and let them out at night over the rampart.
And the soldiers led him away into the hall, called Praetorium; and they call together the whole band.
The soldiers led Him away into the hall, called Praetorium; and they called together the whole troop.
But Artaban and the girl whom he had ransomed crouched helpless beneath the wall of the Praetorium.

Examples of Praetorium

Example #1
The prefect argued, threatened; Basil was firm.
Example #2
But, as with Gregory, his hermit- training had strengthened his soul, while it weakened his body.
Example #3
To take the _vitis_, or cane, from the hands of the centurion, was a perilous change; but, perilous or not, must be committed to the judgment of the particular imperator, or of his legatus.
Example #4
If, for instance, an improved tone of public feeling calls for a gradual mitigation of army punishments, the quarrel becomes instantly an intellectual one: and much information is brought forward, which throws light upon human nature generally.
Example #5
Example #6
Then Pilate said to them, Take him yourselves, and judge him according to your law.