Category:Priesthoods in ancient Rome

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Note: This category contains priesthoods of Classical Roman religion (that is, public and private religion that the ancient Romans considered distinctly their own from earlier times), as well as priesthoods of religions practiced throughout the Roman Empire. The Latin word for priest (sacerdos) can be either masculine or feminine, and both male and female priesthoods are included.

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