acta diurna

acta diurna defined in 1939 year

acta diurna - Acta Diurna (Lat. daily acts);
acta diurna - Official bulletin published daily in Rome after 59 b.c. by order of Julius Caesar. The vehicle for public notices of various kinds; its scope was not unlike that of The London Gazette.

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