"They would not have taken me from my curule chair alive," responded the attorney grandly.
"Do sit down," she said, indicating a "property" curule chair.
The praetor held his court in the comitium, wore a robe bordered with purple, sat in a curule chair, and was attended by lictors.
Virginia from her curule chair, tranquil and fast in the Union, will persuade, will reconcile these differences!'
The Consul Octavius was slain while seated in his curule chair.
He is here shown seated on a curule chair, wearing a Roman toga, and holding a half open scroll in his hand.
Meanwhile, a mighty senate was held at Kettledrum Hall, Mrs. Corklemore herself taking the curule chair.
He was twice dictator and six times consul, and occupied the curule chair twenty-one times.
Accordingly, Catullus calls Nonius an "ulcer-spot," though "sitting in the curule chair."
The legend that this was the curule chair of the senator Pudens is necessarily apocryphal.