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"Adlectus Amicus Consiliarius" and a Freedman "Proc. Metallorum et Praediorum": News on Roman Imperial Administration

Christer Bruun
Phoenix
Vol. 55, No. 3/4 (Autumn - Winter, 2001), pp. 343-368
DOI: 10.2307/1089126
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1089126
Page Count: 26
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Abstract

Several features in a new inscription from Sardinia provide new insights into Roman imperial administration: the adlectio of the procurator/governor of Sardinia to the imperial consilium with the ensuing title amicus consiliarius; the holding of the office of procurator Augusti et praefectus Sardiniae; and the office of procurator metallorum et praediorum held by an imperial freedman Servatus, who also calls himself adiutor of the governor./Une nouvelle inscription provenant de Sardaigne nous permet de mieux comprendre l'administration impériale romaine: y apparaissent d'abord l'adlectio du procurateur et gouverneur de Sardaigne au sein du conseil impérial-avec le titre d'amicus consiliarius qui en découle-, puis l'exercice de la fonction de procurator Augusti et praefectus Sardiniae, et enfin le poste de procurator metallorum et praediorum exerçé par un affranchi impérial nommé Servatus, lequel se donnait aussi le titre d'adiutor du gouverneur.

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