Quaestor

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This article is part of the series:
Politics and government of
Ancient Rome

Roman Republic
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Quaestor
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Cursus honorum

A Quaestor (English pronunciation: /ˈkwiːstər/ or Latin pronunciation: /ˈkʷajstor/) was a type of public official in the "Cursus honorum" system who supervised financial affairs. In the Roman Republic a quaestor was an elected official whereas, with the autocratic government of the Roman Empire, quaestors were simply appointed.

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