PRAECIPITIUM

PRAECIPITIUM

praecipitium (pree-s[schwa]-pish-ee-[schwa]m or pres-[schwa]-), n. [Latin ¡°headlong fall¡±] Roman law. The punishment of casting a criminal from the Tarpeian rock.
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