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Praefectus praetorio., Rome -- Politics and government -- 30 B.C.-476
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) [Howe, Laurence Lee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The pretorian prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (A.D. )5/5(1). The praetorian prefect became a major administrative figure in the later empire, when the post combined in one individual the duties of an imperial chief of staff with direct command over the guard also.

Diocletian greatly reduced the power of these prefects as part of his sweeping reform of the empire's administrative and military structures. The Praetorian Guard (Latin: cohortes praetoriae) was an elite unit of the Imperial Roman army whose members served as personal bodyguards and intelligence for the Roman the era of the Roman Republic, the Praetorians served as a small escort force for high-ranking officials such as senators or provincial governors like procurators, and also serving as.

Commodus (Lucius Aurelius Commodus Antoninus, 31 August – 31 December ) was Roman Emperor from to He also ruled as co-emperor with his father Marcus Aurelius from until his father's death in His accession as emperor was the first time a son had succeeded his father since Titus succeeded Vespasian in Commodus was the first Born: 31 AugustLanuvium.

The references are usefully listed by L. Howe in his book on the 3rd century Praetorian Prefect: Howe, Laurence Lee ().

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The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (AD ). Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press Press. pretorian (prē-tôr′ē-ən) adj.

Variant of praetorian. ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Adj. pretorian - of or relating to a Roman praetor; "praetorial powers" praetorial, praetorian, pretorial 2.

Pretorian - characteristic of or similar to the corruptible soldiers in the Praetorian Guard with respect to. Book Reviews The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (A.D. ) by L. Howe The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (A.D. ) by L. Howe (pp. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.

The Pretorian was built throughout of Siemen's Martin steel. She had a cellular double bottom and was fitted all fore and aft for water ballast, with all the latest appliances for filling and discharging the tanks.

The whole of the main framing of the vessel was of strong sectional material, the topsides as strong as any other portion. Thus L. Howe, The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (A.D.

–) (), 96 f. cites the trial as ‘an illustration of the procedure which must generally have been followed in trying Senators’; and Beaujeu, J., La religion romaine à l'apogée de l'Empire I (), states ‘à Rome même, un personnage de rang Cited by: Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible.

red — the color of blood. The color of the horse in each case answers to the mission of the rider. Compare Matthew“Think not I am come to send peace on earth; I came not to send peace, but a sword.

” The white horse of Christ‘s bloodless victories is soon followed, through man‘s perversion of the Gospel, by the. The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (A.D.

) Chicago Howe L.L. The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Author: Inge Mennen. Diocletian (/ ˌ d aɪ. ə ˈ k l iː ʃ ən /; Latin: Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletianus Augustus), born Diocles (–), was a Roman emperor from to Born to a family of low status in the Roman province of Dalmatia, Diocletian rose through the ranks of the military to become cavalry commander to the Emperor the deaths of Carus and his son Numerian on.

Revelation And there went out another horse - In this symbol there were, as in the others, several particulars which it is proper to explain in order that we may be able to understand its application.

The particular things in the symbol are the following: (a) The horse. See this explained in the notes on Revelation (b) The color of the horse: another horse that was red.

- first Anthemius, pretorian prefect of east, regent for young guy-> then sister Pulcheria, very religious, influenced his christianity - weak military, against vandals in africa (since ) a failure, -> appeased Attila, huge payments, deal with alanni, didnt work in long term.

The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (AD ). Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press Press.) ^ John of Antioch states that Heraclianus was Master of the Dalmatian Horse at the time of Gallienus's assassination.

The other sources are to be preferred regarding his status then, but he might well have held this post. 1 The Pretorian Prefect from Commodus to Diocletian (A.D. ) (Chicago, ), pp. 34, 2 0. Seeck, Regestenb der Kaiser und Papste (Stuttgart, ), p. Part II of the dissertation is concluded by a chapter on the "Liber coloniarum" and the value of its gromatic information in determin-inig the area of the Italic provinces and the.

Nero was the first to unleash the fury of imperial Rome against the saints. He was an almost indescribably wicked and perverted man.

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At night he would disguise himself as a common man and roam the streets of Rome with other rogues, raping women and murdering young boys. His own mother was a victim of [ ]. Just finished the 11th book in Simon Scarrows Eagle series detailing the lives of two Roman soldiers, Macro and Cato.

In the first book, Under the Eagle, Marco was a Centurion and Cato a new Optio (similar to a second lieutenant in todays Army) that was to be hisin The Praetorian, after a series of adventures in Gaul, Britain, Israel, and /5. Legislation against the Christians* - Volume 58 Issue - T. BarnesCited by: Commodus retired to sleep; but while he was labouring with the effects of poison and drunkenness, a robust youth, by profession a wrestler, entered his chamber, and strangled him without resistance," i.

The immediate consequence of the assassination of Commodus was the elevation of Pertinax to the throne, and his murder eighty-six days.

Commodus was a typical spoilt brat, indulged by his father who became emperor before being assassinated for tyranny. The Pretorian Prefect Diocles gained the throne in the time-honoured way by hastening the demise of his predecessor Numerian in AD If you've always wanted to visit the great Palace of Diocletian, why not book a place.

Verse And when he had opened the third seal - Unfolding another portion of the volume. See the notes on Revelation I heard the third beast say, Come and see - See the notes on Revelation It is not apparent why the third beast is represented as taking a particular interest in the opening of this seal (compare the notes on Revelation ), nor is it necessary to show.

Commodus retired to sleep; but while he was labouring with the effects of poison and drunkenness, a robust youth, by profession a wrestler, entered his chamber, and strangled him without resistance," i.

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The new empire of Diocletian and Constantine. Timothy David Barnes. Harvard University Press, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What Mommsen Mort Nicomedia November Numidia Optatus Orat Origo Pannonia papyri Paris Passio Pers PLRE praefectus urbi praeses praetorian prefect prefecture presumably proconsul.

Apollonius, a writer at the close of the second century, and called by Jerome a most eloquent man, ’ (though probably not the same that, when accused before Perennis, the Pretorian Prefect under Commodus, about A.D.read an eloquent apology before the Senate, and then suffered martyrdom,) is also noted by Eusebius as one that.

In other cases the offices were held in this succession but the dates are not certainly known. For ex- ample, C. Sulpicius Similis, prefect of Egypt in^^^ pretorian prefect under Trajan, and was given a successor by Hadrian in If he became pretorian prefect as early as 1 10, it would not have given him an unduly long term.Galerius and the will of Diocletian is a superb book.

It is largely about the little-known and much vilified (by the early Christians, for whom he was the main persecutor alongside Diocletian) Galerius, the loyal and capable Caesar to Diocletian and his successor as senior Augustus.5/5(6).Start studying History Quals: Identifications - Rome.

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