Curule chair

Curule chair, a kind of ivory camp-stool, mounted on a chariot, on which a Roman magistrate, if consul, prætor, censor, or chief edile, sat as he was conveyed in state to the senate-house or some public function.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Curtmantle * Curwen, John
Curling
Curran, John Philpot
Currie, James
Currie, Sir Philip
Curtis, George William
Curtius
Curtius, Ernst
Curtius, Georg
Curtius, Quintus Rufus
Curtmantle
Curule chair
Curwen, John
Curzon, George Nathaniel, Lord
Cushing
Cushman, Charlotte
Custine, Count de
Cüstrin
Cutch
Cutch, Rann of
Cuthbert
Cuthbert, St.