procurator

A Roman official, appointed by a magistrate or the emperor. The word procurator was derived from the Latin verb procurare, which means to take care. Rich Romans had always employed caretakers to administer large amounts of money or agricultural domains and, usually, these procurators were freedmen. When Augustus had to organise the Empire, he used …...

procurator

  1. a person authorized to act for another
  2. (ancient Rome) someone employed by the Roman emperor to manage finance and taxes

Procurator

• (n.) One who manages another`s affairs, either generally or in a special matter; an agent; a proctor. • (n.) A governor of a province under the emperors; also, one who had charge of the imperial revenues in a province; as, the procurator of Judea.
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procurator

noun (ancient Rome) someone employed by the Roman Emperor to manage finance and taxes
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Procurator

[Catholic Church] In the canon law of the Catholic Church, a procurator is one who acts on behalf of and by virtue of the authority of another. Bishops have been represented at councils by procurators, as Saint Peter Canisius attended the Council of Trent as procurator for the Bishop of Augsburg. Religious institutes, societies of apostolic...
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Procurator

[Roman] Procurator was the title of various officials of the Roman Empire, posts mostly filled by men of the equestrian order. ==Fiscal officers== A fiscal procurator (procurator Augusti) was the chief financial officer of a province during the Principate (30 BC - 284 AD). A fiscal procurator worked alongside the legatus Augusti pro praetor...
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Procurator

[Russia] Procurator (прокурор, prokuror), was an office initially created by Peter the Great, the first Emperor of the Russian Empire, in an effort to bring the Russian Orthodox Church more directly under his control. The Russian word prokuror also has the meaning of prosecutor. Chief Procurator (also Ober-Procurator; обер-пр...
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Procurator

[Teutonic Knights] The procurator of the Teutonic Knights was a position in their monastic state. The procurator was responsible for the court matters and administration of a specific region called a procuratoria, as well as commanding the army. As a commander, the procurator had brothers of the Teutonic Knights and vassal Old Prussians at ...
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Procurator

Proc'u·ra`tor noun [ Latin : confer French procurateur . See Procure , and confer Proctor . ] 1. (Law) One who manages another's affairs, either generally or in a special matter; an agent; a proctor. Chaucer. Shak. 2. (Rom. Antiq.) A governor...
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Procurator

A proctor; a person who acts for another by virtue of a procuration. Procurator est, qui aliena negotia mandata Domini administrat. Scotch law. This imports that one is acting as attorney as to his own property. When an assignment of a thing is made, as a debt, and a procuration or power of attorney is given to the assignee to receive the same, h.....
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Procurator

An appointed delegate of a party to a case, to whom is committed the power of presenting documents and other proofs on behalf of the principal. See Advocate. In American tribunals the same person usually exercises the functions of both advocate and procurator on behalf of the party to the case.
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procurator

government financial administrator
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procurator

government financial agent in ancient Rome. From the reign of the emperor Augustus (27 – 14), procurators were regularly appointed to official posts ... [2 related articles]
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procurator

Latin, meaning: manager, bailiff, agent.
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procurator

manager, bailiff, agent.
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procurator

[n] - (ancient Rome) someone employed by the Roman emperor to manage finance and taxes
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