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MAGISTRATES AND DIGNITARIES OF ARBA

MIROSLAV GLAVIČIĆ


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str. 57-66

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The administrative municipality of Arba, whose constitution is associated with the construction of walls and towers at the time of Augustus, were led by local magistrates (duoviri, aediles) and members of the city council (decuriones). According to preserved inscribed materials it can be concluded that during the first and second centuries the leading magistrate families of Arba were the Baebii, Octavii and Trebii, and onomastic analysis shows that they belonged mostly to the local Romanized aristocracy. The activity of Arba’s town’s council is confirmed on an inscription which can be dated from the second half of the second century to the middle of the third century when the honour of placing monuments was paid to Marcus Aurelius, Julia Domna, Caracalla, Alexander Severus and later Trebonianus Galus. Very important is the munificentia from the year 173 which dealt with the city’s water supply. At the beginning of the 3rd century a curator was registered; a high dignitary to whom the Caesar appointed the task to oversee the administrative affairs of the city in which appeared some irregularities or difficulties.

Ključne riječi

Arba, magistrates, dignitaries

Hrčak ID:

57600

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/57600

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