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Seven Ministers of the Palace - - 68 1. The Chamberlain - o - 69 2. The Master of
the Offices - - 7o 3. The Quaestor - - - 71 4. The Public Treasurer * - 74. 5. The
Private Treasurer - * 75 6, 7. The Counts of the Domestics o 77 Agents, or Official
168 Education of Gallus and Julian - - 171 351 Gallus declared Caesar • o - 172
Cruelty and Imprudence of Gallus - - 173 354 Massacre of the Imperial Ministers *
- 175 Dangerous Situation of Gallus o - 178 A. D. Page His Disgrace and Death ...
considerable part of the public revenue will be expended by the prince himself,
by his ministers, by the officers of justice, and by the domestics of the palace. The
most wealthy of the provincials will be attracted by the powerful motives of ...
To the seven ministers of the palace, who exercised their sacred functions about.
the person of the emperor *. Among those illustrious magistrates who were
esteemed co-ordinate with each other, the seniority of appointment - expedient of
... but they enjoyed the pre-eminence over all the great officers of state, with the
most familiar access to the person of the prince. This honourable rank was
bestowed on them for life; and as they were usually favourites, and ministers who
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Eingeschränkte Leseprobe - 1995