By testament, by the census, and by the vindicta, or lictor's rod.
The lictor cried, "Sentence has been given," and bade Icilius give place.
I'll a lictor straight despatch, To seize on her, for she belongs to me.Oppius.
The Chief lictor had distributed these torches with an unheard-of liberality.
The man at least bore the outward signs of a lictor, but, according to Cicero, was in the pay of Verres as his pimp.
lictor, apostrophised by Cassiodorus in his 'Indulgentia,' xi.
But for you as well to be watched, whom the lictor's rod 1112 has but just set at liberty, who can endure it?
Suddenly the lictor himself appeared, and cried out, Do you wish to ruin me?
When a meeting was held, one lictor was stationed near the house, the other fifty yards from it on the road leading into town.
He stayed the hand of the lictor after the first blow, and then slipped between the heavy lid and the pavement a kind of hook.