quaestor


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any of several public officials of ancient Rome (usually in charge of finance and administration)

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Comprised of 154 edicts in addition to a prologue and epilogue, the ET was the product of royal initiative, drawn up in the tradition of the praetor's edict of old by Roman jurisprudents working under the authority of the ancient imperial office of the quaestor.
Next was the election of Quaestors, whose duties include the running of the European Parliament, which also resulted in no member of his new group being elected, despite the fact that the places are usually allocated one apiece to each grouping.
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with organizations like Quaestor (from 1989 to 1999), Lazard (from 1986 to 1989) and Montagu (from 1979 to 1986).
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25) However, it was not until 75 or 74 BC that a quaestor was sent to the province and as late as 67 BC before there is evidence of any provincial administration.
14 (Petra) -- Gendarmerie Department Director General Major General Tawfiq Tawalbeh on Wednesday met with Romanian Secretary of State, Head of the Public Order and Safety Department and Interior Police Quaestor Ioan Dascalu and discussed means and ways of boosting bilateral security and technical cooperation.
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Provincial magistracies included governors (79) of provinces and administrators, (80) such as a praetor, quaestor, prefect, juridicus, (81) proconsul, praetorian prefect, and the like (de quibus omnibus and singulis consulendus Johan.
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already served as a military tribune, a quaestor and an aedile, before
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