Praetorian prefect (Latin: praefectus praetorio, Greek: ἔπαρχος/ὕπαρχος τῶν πραιτωρίων) was the title of a high office in the Roman Empire
Praetorian prefecture of the East Praefectura praetorio Orientis ... the praetorian prefect was the second most powerful man in the East, after the Emperor, ...
Praetorian prefect: Roman official, responsible for the imperial guard and the administration of justice.
Augustus appointed a prefect of the city, two praetorian prefect s (praefectus praetorio), a prefect of the fire brigade, and a prefect of the grain supply.
Praetorian Prefect (Latin praefectus praetorio), in ancient Rome: (1) The commander of the Praetorian Guard. The position of praetorian prefect was introduced during ...
Contents - Previous Article - Next Article Praetorian Prefect The title of Praetorian Prefect was given to the commander of the imperial bodyguard (Praetorian Guard).
Sneaking in near press/employee access points without going thru them, zigzagging through corridors, and once carrying a box so someone opens a door for them, two ...
Aetius (fl. 419–425) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire, praefectus urbi of Constantinople and praetorian prefect of the East.
Praetorian prefect; A. Publius Atilius Aebutianus; Casperius Aelianus; Annullinus; Lucius Flavius Aper; Titus Claudius Aurelius Aristobulus; Julius Asclepiodotus;
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