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Praetorian prefect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Praetorian prefect (Latin: praefectus praetorio, Greek: ἔπαρχος/ὕπαρχος τῶν πραιτωρίων) was the title of a high office in the Roman Empire

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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 - Livius

Praetorian prefect: Roman official, responsible for the imperial guard and the administration of justice.

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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.

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Praetorian Prefect (Latin praefectus praetorio), in ancient Rome: (1) The commander of the Praetorian Guard. The position of praetorian prefect was introduced during ...

The Mighty Roman Legions: Praetorian Prefect

Contents - Previous Article - Next Article Praetorian Prefect The title of Praetorian Prefect was given to the commander of the imperial bodyguard (Praetorian Guard).

Praetorian Prefect

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 (praetorian prefect) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aetius (fl. 419–425) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire, praefectus urbi of Constantinople and praetorian prefect of the East.

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Praetorian prefect; A. Publius Atilius Aebutianus; Casperius Aelianus; Annullinus; Lucius Flavius Aper; Titus Claudius Aurelius Aristobulus; Julius Asclepiodotus;

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