Flaminian

adjective
Fla·​min·​i·​an | \fləˈminēən\

Definition of Flaminian 

: of or relating to the Roman censor Gaius Flaminius or the public works which he executed the Flaminian Way led northward from Rome

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History and Etymology for Flaminian

Latin flaminianus, from Gaius Flaminius †217b.c. Roman general and statesman + Latin -anus -an

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