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Definition of "quaestors" []

  • Any of several magistrates of ancient Rome, usually a financial administrator (noun)
  • Plural form of quaestor. (noun)

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Use "quaestors" in a sentence
  • "Assisting the consuls were two financial officials called quaestors who were originally appointed by the chief officials and after 443 (447) were elected."
  • "It was physically moved to the temple of Saturn under the administration of appointed quaestors."
  • "There were twenty quaestors, each elected to an annual term, and all granted entrance to the Senate afterward."