"ROMAN" IS THE Answer TO THE FOLLOWING CROSSWORDS

  1. Appian way traveler
  2. Caesar, for one
  3. Times up
  4. Livy or pliny
  5. Caesar or cicero
  6. Italian horse covers miles
  7. That is, to caesar
  8. Not italic
  9. Type of type
  10. I for one!
  11. With 38-down, diana, e.g.
  12. Kind of type
  13. Like most quo vadis characters
  14. Like 38-down
  15. Tacitus or tiberius
  16. Former empire
  17. Like m, l or xl
  18. Like a candle
  19. Numeral
  20. Norma ___
  21. Kind of candle
  22. Nero, e.g.
  23. Director polanski
  24. Like jupiter, but not zeu
  25. Old person following recipe in italian
  26. Upright type of horse that covers miles
  27. St. paul, for one
  28. Italy's capital
  29. Pontius pilate, e.g.
  30. Empire builder
  31. Unitalicized
  32. Italian city
  33. Like some noses and numer
  34. Eternal city dweller
  35. Some italian men upset italian city, putting out italian article
  36. Classical tale of chivalry
  37. This, to nero
  38. Italian capitalist?
  39. Common type
  40. Circus maximus patron
  41. That is, in latin
  42. Caesar, e.g.
  43. Run out fellow centurion, maybe
  44. Italian male feeding horse
  45. Like some numerals
  46. One like julius caesar
  47. Plain, upright type
  48. Type of numeral
  49. Forum attendee
  50. Seneca, e.g
  51. Jupiter, but not zeus
  52. Like some noses and numerals
  53. Typeface
  54. Upright type
  55. Eg caesar’s republican state
  56. Resident of the eternal city
  57. Plain upright print style
  58. Type of european city
  59. Basketball's shaq
  60. Tacitus or trajan
  61. Eternal city resident
  62. Word before nose or candle
  63. Pompey or pliny
  64. Word before numeral or nose
  65. Take our companion round our old home, 50% under the 19
  66. Norma (anag)
  67. Punic wars soldier
  68. Republican country produces caesar among others
  69. Like super bowl numerals (except 50)
  70. Italian capital
  71. Audrey hepburn film (time off in italy)
  72. Citizen for queen and country
  73. Eg julius caesar
  74. England's ___ baths
  75. Non-italic (type)
  76. Like x, xx or xxx
  77. And 25 across: characters that could make mimic livid when 'bigged up'?
  78. Circus maximus goer
  79. ...italian, or french? novel
  80. An upright type like popilius lena?
  81. French novel from italy
  82. 80s "don't try to stop it" band ___ holliday
  83. Marc antony addressee
  84. Antony listener
  85. A french (or italian?) work of fiction
  86. Any ''julius caesar'' role
  87. Italian approaches end of september on arabian sea
  88. Catholic type
  89. Caesar or antony, e.g.
  90. Italian native
  91. Upright type in novel
  92. Old academic in service of ancient empire
  93. Caligula, say, madman initially taken by horse
  94. Like the numerals v and i
  95. Caesar was one
  96. Punic wars soldier, perhaps
  97. Like livy
  98. Colosseum spectator
  99. Style of upright type
  100. Our alphabet; upright type
  101. European state headed by king
  102. Citizen of the eternal city
  103. Abramovich
  104. Goth's foe
  105. Times being enjoyed at stamford bridge?
  106. Orangemen don't have gene originating in italy
  107. Type of capital?
  108. Alternative to italic
  109. Claudius or caligula
  110. Like i, in some cases
  111. Sounds like what one may be doin' in the gloamin' in italy
  112. Cato the ___
  113. Like the english alphabet
  114. Person under caesar's reign
  115. Caesar, e.g. (or each of the answers to the starred clues?)
  116. Like 114-across
  117. Forum figure
  118. Word with candle or nose
  119. Upright type runs sultanate
  120. Nero or cato, e.g.
  121. ___ numerals (what the initial letters of the answers to the five starred clues all are)
  122. Type of nose
  123. Buddy holly's producer
  124. 'ben-hur' extra
  125. Like mercury and minerva
  126. Caesar subject
  127. Italian horse covering miles
  128. Caesar, for instance
  129. From italy one might get a tic with love
  130. (of a nose) high-bridged
  131. '80s nobodys ___ holliday
  132. Old commander in love with unit or wayward battalion, ultimately
  133. Elliott smith "___ candle"
  134. Like brutus or caesar
  135. Type of candle
  136. Nero, for one
  137. Countryman of mark antony
  138. Holy ___ empire
  139. Foreign novel one formerly would have written in latin
  140. Subject of caesar
  141. Type of numerals
  142. Punic wars fighter
  143. Like x, in some cases
  144. Person from italy's capital
  145. Sort of face right, old chap
  146. Traveller, not unknown type
  147. Nero or caesar
  148. Not quite the traveller's type
  149. One from lazio, perhaps
  150. Cato, for one
  151. Chelsea are owned by one!
  152. As was, eg, caesar
  153. Any ''julius caesar'' conspirator
  154. 56-across, e.g.
  155. European citizen runs arab country
  156. Antony, for one
  157. Forum regular
  158. One whom antony addressed
  159. Use your oars, sir, and it will get you to italy, by the sound of it
  160. Common type style
  161. Baths of diocletian bather
  162. Eg caesar
  163. Eg brutus
  164. Nero or livy
  165. Like some numerals and noses
  166. Livy or ovid
  167. Old italian renovated manor
  168. New basketball hall of famer
  169. Like nero or seneca
  170. Centurion e.g.
  171. Times new ___ (popular typeface)
  172. Tatum ___, us actress
  173. Shaquille —, us nba player who played the title role in films steel and kazaam
  174. Old italian built manor
  175. Casca or caesar
  176. ___ candle (firework)
  177. Of caesar’s time
  178. Nero or claudius
  179. Old italian ruined manor
  180. Latin speaker
  181. Old italian-style manor
  182. Popular type
  183. Like sundial numerals
  184. Cato or nero
  185. Does this citizen live in a manor?
  186. Denizen of the eternal city
  187. Native to italian capital
  188. Denizen of italian capital
  189. Catholic church
  190. Britain invader of old
  191. Gladiator extra
  192. Just grand in this sort of a horse from italy
  193. Like dc and mi
  194. Popular book font
  195. Eternal citizen?
  196. Old fellow supports beginning to read novel in translation
  197. Times new __
  198. Like xlii, numeral-wise
  199. Like some clock numerals
  200. Not italicized
  201. Zeus : greek :: jupiter : ___
  202. Like the numerals on a sundial
  203. Native of italys capital
  204. Dominant political power of first centuries ad
  205. Cicero or caesar
  206. Like the colosseum
  207. Like each starred answer's first letter, when used as a numeral
  208. Kind of candle or numeral
  209. Resident of italy's capital
  210. Citizen under caesar
  211. 'julius caesar,' for one
  212. Branch of mythology
  213. Circus maximus attendee
  214. Numerals like x or vi
  215. Times new ___ (common font)
  216. ''tosca'' extra
  217. Any of the caesars
  218. Member of antony's audience
  219. Italian from ancona boxes
  220. Alison who wrote dining in and nothing fancy
  221. Old italian remodelled manor
  222. Of caesars time
  223. Julius caesar was one
  224. Like the pantheon
  225. Like some clock numerals
  226. Old toga wearer
  227. Cato or caesar e.g.
  228. Film maker in scruffy anorak limps on
  229. Holiday, 1953 romantic comedy film starring gregory peck and audrey hepburn
  230. Son played by kieran culkin on succession
  231. Succession sibling

Crosswords containing the word "ROMAN"

  1. Roman emperor is not quite a roman emperor before the state
  2. Pre-roman roman
  3. Eastern roman emperor formed a roman legal code
  4. Roman leader's watching out for roman poet
  5. Roman writer or roman leader in college embraced by pope
  6. Military leader and roman emperor beheaded roman orator
  7. Ancient roman robe
  8. Home for a roman emperor
  9. Ancient roman officials
  10. An uproar during applause for old roman sportsman