Word of the Day: EXULANT

from Latin ex(s)ulantem, present participle of ex(s)ulare (to be in exile

“…This Emperor made his brother Heraclius a Generall, whom he sent into the East against the Agarens with a powerfull Army. He endeavoured to put Iustinian to death who was now exulant in Cersonia: but notwithstanding all his plots to that purpose, he prevailed nothing, not could he bring his intent to any effect…”

From: The lives of all the Roman emperors being exactly collected,
from Iulius Cæsar, unto the now reigning Ferdinand the second
– Giovanni Antonio de Paoli 
Translated by Robert Basset, 1636

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