The Roman Army A to Z: haruspex

haruspex (m. pl. haruspices)

One who practises divination from entrails, evidently within officers’ personal staffs and not integral to the army until the 3rd century AD. CIL III, 14214; VIII, 2567; 2586. [Goldsworthy 2003]

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