Decemvirs

Decemvirs (Dec`emvirs) , the patricians of Rome, with Consular powers, appointed in 450 B.C. to prepare a code of laws for the Republic, which, after being agreed upon, were committed first to ten, then to twelve tables, and set up in the Forum that all might read and know the law they lived under.

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

December * Decius
Débats, Journal des
Debenture
Debo`rah
Debreczen
Decameron
Decamps, Alexandra Gabriel
De Candolle, Augustin Pyrame
Deca`tur, Stephen
Deccan
December
Dec`emvirs
Decius
Decius Mus
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
Decretals, The
Dee, John
Defauconpret
Defender of the Faith
Deffand, Marie, Marquise du
Defoe, Daniel
Dege`rando, Baron