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EnglishEdit

 
Two pairs of bronze legs, belonging to sellae curules, preserved in the museum at Naples (Museo Borbonico, vol. vi. tav. 28); and a sella curulis, copied from the Vatican collection.


EtymologyEdit

From seat +‎ honor.

NounEdit

seat of honor (plural seats of honor)

  1. a seat for someone who is being honored

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