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Aedituus (older form, aeditumnus), the keeper or sacristan of a consecrated building in Rome (aedes sacra). The word was applied to a wide range of officials, including both men of high rank charged with control of the building and those who carried out the lowly tasks of cleaning etc.


G. Wissowa, Religion und Kultus d. Römer, 2nd edn. (1912) 476–477.Find this resource:

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