Quaestor

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QUAESTOR. The name of a magistrate of ancient Rome.

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Even if the text did contain the genitive [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], this would be an unusual and unparalleled way to refer to someone's quaestorship.
If Favonius was a praetor in 49, it is hard to understand why Cato was entrusted with command in Sicily; Favonius had served as legatus in Sicily, probably after his quaestorship.
years before acquiring a quaestorship (the first rung on the senatorial cursus honorum), (2) by the close of Gaius' reign, Vespasian had
31) Since the minimum age for candidacy for the quaestorship was effectively 27 (A.