quaestor

[ kwes-ter, kwee-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF quaestor
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The Quaestor glared at the men to make sure they understood.

Begins his political career as Quaestor, partly at Rome, partly in Spain.

But this quaestor must be distinguished from the Roman quaestors.

My father, a freedman, toils as quaestor, and will find me a place.

He had already left a favorable impression there as Quaestor.

All these were weighed and reckoned to the quaestor, Caius Flaminius.

Marius vigorously carries on the war against Jugurtha; Marius is consul, Sylla his quaestor.

The Quaestor looked at them with a faintly regretful air and pushed the weapon back in its holster.

It is quite possible that this very advantageous alliance hastened his promotion to the office of quaestor under Vespasian.

No one could be Praetor without having first been Quaestor, or Consul without having held the praetorship.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR QUAESTOR

treasurer

nounfinancial officer
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