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There must also be other officers appointed to receive the public revenue and to deliver it out to those who are in the different departments of the state: these are called receivers or quaestors. There must also be another, before whom all private contracts and sentences of courts should be enrolled, as well as proceedings and declarations.
Flavius Liberalis, a native of Ferentinum and merely a quaestor's
Just for the fun of it jjGoogling a runner Quaestor 3.20 Lingfield In the Roman Republic a quaestor was an elected official who supervised the treasury and financial affairs of the state, its armies and its officers.
Tiberius is said to have responded that the leges must be implemented, spurred on by his irritation at scurrilous poems directed against himself and Livia.(4) In the next two chapters, Tacitus gives instances of two cases to which the law was applied, those of the equestrians Falanius and Rubrius, accused of demeaning the divine Augustus, and of Granius Marcellus, praetor of Bithynia, accused by his own quaestor, Caepio Crispinus, of telling immoral stories about Tiberius and by Romanus Hispo of setting up his own statue above those of the Caesars and replacing the head of a statue of Augustus with that of Tiberius.
Cornelius Maximus, magister pagi, quaestor, decurio coloniae Iuliae Karthaginis, sacerdos Aesculapii bis, praefectus iure dicundo (CIL VIII 26185).
The final surrender of Jugurtha to the Romans by the Mauretanian king Bocchus is brought about by Marius' quaestor Sulla, to whom Sallust devotes a detailed and ambiguously positive character-sketch (ch.
The young African made his serious way along the various steps of the normal cursus honorum, with a tour of duty as triumvir capitalis, later quaestor of Sicily, aedile plebis and finally, praetor.
Silanus, quaestor. His identification, however, will be closely connected with that of the governors whose names precede his, and identifying them has caused some problems for scholars.
Born near Arpinum (Arpino) (157) to a plebeian family of equestrian rank; tribune (119); survived an unsuccessful prosecution for political bribery (116); quaestor (115) and governor of Farther Spain (114); served on staff of Q.
In case of an asserted breach, the guilty MEP could face a set of penalties ranging from a simple reprimand or the removal of daily allowances to the destitution of rapporteur, chair, vice-president and quaestor roles.
Tom Dascombe, trainer of Quaestor and Wisecraic "Quaestor has been disappointing on turf, but on this different ground he might be in with a chance of some prizemoney.