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Praetor Praetor Urbanus

3.1.1 Praetor peregrinus; 3.

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Book I. Title XXXIX. Concerning the office of the praetor. (De officio
the suits of Roman citizens, who seems thereafter to have been called praetor urbanus, and who maintained his precedency over all other judicial magistrates.
Criminal Procedure in the Gaius Verres Case
highly regarded praetor. Glabrio served as praetor for the one year term of 70 B.C.
Sextus Julius Frontinus
first surfaces in 70 AD when he was a praetor urbanus.
Background: Roman Politics and Statecraft
Rex replaced by a pair of magistrates, first praetors, later known as consuls. ∎ . Praetors.
Praetor. Praetor for the same Legion he had in the prior turn. Other.

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In 242, a second praetor was introduced, the praetor peregrinus, who was responsible for Italy. The first praetor, the praetor urbanus, stayed in Rome.
Praetor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Praetores 'praetors' were Roman magistrates with imperium who issued the annual edicts.
praetor urbanus - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project
praetor urbanus. Praetor Urbanus. Please help us convert the Dictionary of Roman Coins from scans to text by typing the original text here.
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