Latin Legal Terms

Eques equitis

Eques equitis – this term literally means “rider”. In the legal practice, it finds application in the Military Law, where usually details the figure of cavalry horseman. A synonym is “equitatus”.
The origin of the term is the word “equus” – that literally means horse.

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