What is TITIUS?

In Roman law. A proper name, frequently used in designating an indefinite or fictitious person, or a person referred to by way of illustration. “Titius” and “Seius,” in this use, correspond to “John Doe” and “Richard Roe,” or to “A. B.” and “C. D.”

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