Numa Pompilius

[noo-muh pom-pil-ee-uh s, nyoo-] /ˈnu mə pɒmˈpɪl i əs, ˈnyu-/

died 673? b.c, 2nd legendary Sabine king of Rome 715–673?
/ˈnjuːmə pɒmˈpɪlɪəs/
the legendary second king of Rome (?715–?673 bc), said to have instituted religious rites


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