Agrippa, when aedile of Rome, banished all such terrible citizens.
But a rich man—it is the duty of an aedile to protect the rich!'
During the reign of Commodus, Dio practised as an advocate at the Roman bar, and held the offices of aedile and quaestor.
In the house of the aedile—so called from the fact that 'Pansam Aed.'
Under praetorian stipulations we must include also those directed by the aedile, for these too are based upon jurisdiction.
The widow Fulvia and the spouse of the aedile were engaged in high and grave discussion.
One side—the shortest—of it was occupied by the prefecture, in which the aedile and Quaestor lived.
At one corner of the centre table was placed the aedile; at the opposite corner, the Roman senator—these were the posts of honour.
The tribunes proposed to the commons, and the commons ordered that this should be as if the aedile himself had sworn.
In vain did the aedile command—in vain did the praetor lift his voice and proclaim the law.