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Categories: Roman praetors, Ancient Roman titles, Cursus honorum, Articles with short description, Articles with permanently dead external links
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praetor  pretor
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Praetor, also spelled prætor or pretor in English, was a title granted by the government of Ancient Rome to men acting in one of two official capacities: the commander of an army ; and as an elected magistratus, assigned various duties. Wikipedia
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An annually-elected curule magistrate, subordinate to the consuls in provincial administration, and who performed some of their duties; numbering initially only one, later two (either of the praetor urbānus (“urban praetor”) or the praetor peregrīnus (“peregrine praetor”)), and eventually eighteen. Wiktionary
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