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29 November, 08:50

Who did the Roman use fasces for?

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  1. 29 November, 09:19
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    Fasces set of rods bound in the form of a bundle which contained an axe. In ancient Rome, the bodyguards of a magistrate carried fasces. The word fasces means "bundle" and refers to the fact that it is a bundle of rods, which surrounded an ax in the middle.
  2. 29 November, 09:50
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    Rome gave Fasces to their city guards and bodyguards.
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