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Dictionary.com says the definition of an Aedile is:
noun, Roman History
"A body was found, that of an official of Venna, an aedile, I think."
Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page 336
"Do you know anything more of the beast who slew the aedile?" I asked.
Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page 341
Two days ago, aediles had come to the camp to inspect the chains. They found none which contained illicit prisoners.
Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page 349
"It is such a thing, doubtless," said Tupita, "which fed upon the aedile, outside Venna."
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"Yes." I said. "It may well be it which, too, robbed the aedile."
Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page 375
"Perhaps the aedile came on the beast unawares," said Tupita.
Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page 378