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  • Plebs (TV series) - Wikipedia

    Plebs is a British television series broadcast on ITV2. It was first broadcast in March 2013, and is produced by Tom Basden, Caroline Leddy, Sam Leifer and Teddy Leifer.

  • Plebs (TV Series 2013– ) - IMDb

    PLEBS follows three desperate young men from the suburbs as they try to get laid, hold down jobs and climb the social ladder in the big city - a city that happens to ...

  • Plebs - Wikipedia

    In ancient Rome, the plebs was the general body of free Roman citizens who were not patricians, as determined by the census. From the 4th century BC or ...

  • Plebs - ITV2 Sitcom - British Comedy Guide

    A guide to Plebs, the 2013 - 2016 ITV2 TV sitcom. Modern comedy set in Ancient rome. Unlikely to be immortalised in history, Marcus, Stylax and Grumio are just plebs

  • Plebs - definition of plebs by The Free Dictionary

    plebs (plĕbz) n. pl. ple·bes (plē′bēz) 1. The common people of ancient Rome: the plebs and the patricians. 2. The common people; the populace.

  • Plebs | Define Plebs at

    Plebs definition, (in ancient Rome) the common people, as contrasted with the patricians and later with the senatorial nobility or the equestrian order. See more.

  • Plebs definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    Plebs definition: the common people; the masses | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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    The ITV Hub - the new home of ITV Player, ITV on demand and live TV. It's all of ITV in one place so you can sneak peek upcoming Premieres, watch Box Sets, series so ...

  • Urban Dictionary: pleb

    Actually defined as a member of a despised social class, a commoner, a member of the plebs of ancient Rome. Also low-born, undisinguished, vulgar, and my personal ...

  • plebs - Wiktionary

    plebs in Harry Thurston Peck, editor (1898) Harper's Dictionary of Classical Antiquities, New York: Harper & Brothers

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