Praefectus Urbi. Le Gardien de l'ordre public à Rome sous le by Sebastian Ruciński; Bernadeta Pyśk (trans.)

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P. 271, n. 8. 5. -H. V, op. , p. 106. 6. C. D, XLII, 28, 2 ; 48, 1–4 ; cf. W. K et R. W, op. , p. 276, n. 13 ; voir aussi chap. 8. 7. F. M, e Aerarium and its Officials under the Empire, dans JRS, LIV, 1964, p. 33 ; cf. M. C, L « aerarium Saturni » et l « aerarium militare ». Administration et prosopographie sénatoriale, Paris-Rome, 1975, p. 635 ; Lex Iul. , 45–47. 33 Praefectus Urbi (a) (b) Fig. 1 – M  L. ) Prae culum ou vase à sacri ce, avec la légende : L(vcivs) PLANC (vs) PR(aefectvs) VRB(i).

276 (praefectus classis) ; E. A. S, dans CRR, p. 200. 2. Marcus Cusinius — voir CIL, XIV, 2604 = ILS, 965 (In agro Tusculano) ; M. C, L « aerarium Saturni », p. 19–23 et 635 sq. ; M. J, op. , p. 71 ; cf. L. R. T, e Voting Districts of the Roman Republic, Roma, 1960, p. 210 ; T. R. S. B, op. , vol. III, p. 80 (cf. vol. II, p. , p. ) ; H. A. G, dans BMCRR, vol. I, p. 537, n. 1 ; Lucius Cestius — voir L. R. T, op. , p. 143 sq. 3. , 4, 1 ; voir E. K, L.

Voir F. 1(b). Généralement voir R. H, dans RE, XVI, 1, 1933, col. 545–551 (art. Munatius 30) ; L. P, dans PIR , M, 728 ; T. R. S. B, op. , vol. II, p. , p. 42 ; vol. III, p. 146 ; A. M, op. , p. 239–250. 3. G. V, Ricerche, p. 16, avec la n. 1. -H. Vogel (op. , p. ) qui cite un cas semblable de Pompée le Grand qui en 81 av. -C. a reçu le titre de proconsul ; cf. H. S, Zur Prinzipatverfassung, dans ZRG, LXIV, 1944, p. 242 ; D. R. S, e History and Coinage of the Roman Imperators 49–27 BC, London, 1998, p.

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