The compilation 'notitia dignitatum' (Cnd)
or
The compilation of lists and 89 pictures which begins with the item
notitia dignitatum omnium tam civilium quam militarium in partibus orientis
and ends with the item
ceteri praesides ad similitudinem praesidis dalmatiae officium habent

Cnd MAIN PAGE
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Translation - (Excerpts)
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The following translation is a copy of that produced by William Fairley (Translations and Reprints from Original Sources of European History, Vol.6 No.4 (University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1899).) which has been changed to include a few current terms, as well as necessary alterations, and to add some lists omitted by him as duplicates of others already translated.

The brackets [ ] enclose words and/or numbers for which there was no equivalent in the archetype.

The numeration of the lists and their items is based upon the pages occupied by the corresponding lists and items in the 'Cnd'. For example: [1/2.1] corresponds to the first item in the list that occupied pages 1-2 of the Cnd. Complete details on the numbering are provided in the file Numeration and a Concordance to previous editions is available.

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[1/2] 
[1/2.1]   Register of the dignitaries, both civil and military, 
             in the districts of the east.
[1/2.2]    Pretorian prefect of the East.
[1/2.3]    Pretorian prefect of Illyricum.
[1/2.4]    Prefect of the city of Constantinople.
[1/2.5]    Two masters of cavalry and infantry at court.
[1/2.6]    [Master] of cavalry and infantry in the East.
[1/2.7]    [Master] of cavalry and infantry in Thrace.
[1/2.8]    [Master] of cavalry and infantry in Illyricum.
[1/2.9]    Provost of the sacred bedchamber.
[1/2.10]   Master of the offices.
[1/2.11]   Quaestor.
[1/2.12]   Count of the sacred largesses.
[1/2.13]   Count of the private domains.
[1/2.14]   Two counts of the household troops:
[1/2.15]    of cavalry,
[1/2.16]    of infantry.
[1/2.17]   Superintendent of the sacred bedchamber.
[1/2.18]   Chief of the notaries.
[1/2.19]   Castellan of the sacred palace.
[1/2.20]   Masters of bureaus: 
[1/2.21]    of memorials, 
[1/2.22]    of correspondence, 
[1/2.23]    of requests, 
[1/2.24]    of Greek [versions].
[1/2.25]   Two proconsuls: 
[1/2.26]    of Asia; 
[1/2.27]    of Achaia.
[1/2.28]   Count of the East.
[1/2.29]   Augustal prefect.
[1/2.30]   Four vicars:
[1/2.31]    of Asia; 
[1/2.32]    of Pontus;  
[1/2.33]    of Thrace; 
[1/2.34]    of Macedonia.
[1/2.35]   Two military counts: 
[1/2.36]    of Egypt; 
[1/2.37]    of Isauria.
[1/2.38]   Thirteen dukes: in Egypt two: 
[1/2.39]     of the Libyas; 
[1/2.40]     of Thebais. 
[1/2.41]    in the East six: 
[1/2.42]     of Phoenice;  
[1/2.43]     of Euphratensis and Syria;  
[1/2.44]     of Palestine;  
[1/2.45]     of Osrhoena; 
[1/2.46]     of Mesopotamia; 
[1/2.47]     of Arabia. 
[1/2.48]    in Pontus one: 
[1/2.49]     of Armenia. 
[1/2.50]    in Thrace two: 
[1/2.51]     of Moesia secunda; 
[1/2.52]     of Scythia. 
[1/2.53]    in Illyricum two: 
[1/2.54]     of Dacia Ripensis; 
[1/2.55]     of Moesia prima.
[1/2.56]   Fifteen consulars:
[1/2.57]    in the East five:
[1/2.58]     of Palestine; 
[1/2.59]     of Phoenice; 
[1/2.60]     of Syria; 
[1/2.61]     of Cilicia; 
[1/2.62]     of Cyprus
[1/2.63]    in Asia three:
[1/2.64]     of Pamphylia; 
[1/2.65]     of Hellespontus; 
[1/2.66]     of Lydia.
[1/2.67]    in Pontus two:
[1/2.68]     of Galatia; 
[1/2.69]     of Bithynia.
[1/2.70]    in Thrace two:
[1/2.71]     of Europe; 
[1/2.72]     of Thrace.
[1/2.73]    in Ilyricum three:
[1/2.74]     of Crete; 
[1/2.75]     of Macedonia; 
[1/2.76]     of Mediterranean Dacia.
[1/2.77]   Egypt, however, does not possess [a] consular [dignity].
[1/2.78]   Forty presidents:
[1/2.79]    in Egypt five:
[1/2.80]     of upper Lybia; 
[1/2.81]     of lower Lybia; 
[1/2.82]     of Thebais; 
[1/2.83]     of Egypt; 
[1/2.84]     of Arcadia.
[1/2.85]    in the East eight:
[1/2.86]     of Palaestina salutaris; 
[1/2.87]     of Palaestina secunda; 
[1/2.88]     of Phoenice Libani; 
[1/2.89]     of Euphratensis; 
[1/2.90]     of Syria salutaris; 
[1/2.91]     of Osrhoena; 
[1/2.92]     of Mesopotamia; 
[1/2.93]     of Cilicia secunda.
[1/2.94]    in Asia seven:
[1/2.95]     of Pisidia; 
[1/2.96]     of Lycaonia; 
[1/2.97]     of Phrygia Pacatiana; 
[1/2.98]     of Phrygia salutaris; 
[1/2.99]     of Lycia; 
[1/2.100]   of Caria; 
[1/2.101]   of the Islands.
[1/2.102]  in Pontus eight:
[1/2.103]   of Honorias; 
[1/2.104]   of Cappadocia prima; 
[1/2.105]   of Cappadocia secunda; 
[1/2.106]   of Helenopontus; 
[1/2.107]   of Pontus Polemoniacus; 
[1/2.108]   of Armenia prima; 
[1/2.109]   of Armenia secunda; 
[1/2.110]   of Galatia salutaris.
[1/2.111]  in Thrace four:
[1/2.112]   of Haemimontus; 
[1/2.113]   of Rhodope; 
[1/2.114]   of Moesia secunda; 
[1/2.115]   of Scythia.
[1/2.116]  in Illyricum eight:
[1/2.117]   of Thessalia; 
[1/2.118]   of Epirus vetus; 
[1/2.119]   of Epirus nova; 
[1/2.120]   of Dacia ripensis; 
[1/2.121]   of Moesia prima; 
[1/2.122]   of Praevalitana; 
[1/2.123]   of Dardania; 
[1/2.124]   of Macedonia salutaris.
[1/2.125]  Two correctors: 
[1/2.126]   of Augustamnica; 
[1/2.127]   of Paphlagonia.

 
[3]  
[3.1]     Under the control of the illustrious pretorian prefect
            of the East are the dioceses mentioned below:
[3.2]       of the East;
[3.3]       of Egypt;
[3.4]       of Asia;
[3.5]       of Pontus;
[3.6]       of Thrace.
[3.7]     Provinces: of the East fifteen:
[3.8]        Palestine;
[3.9]        Phoenice;
[3.10]      Syria;
[3.11]      Cilicia;
[3.12]      Cyprus;
[3.13]      Arabia 	and duke
[3.14]      Isauria;	and military count 
[3.15]      Palaestina salutaris;
[3.16]      Palaestina secunda;
[3.17]      Phoenice Libani;
[3.18]      Euphratensis;
[3.19]      Syria salutaris;
[3.20]      Osrhoena;
[3.21]      Mesopotamia;
[3.22]      Cilicia secunda.
[3.23]     of Egypt five:
[3.24]      upper Libya;
[3.25]      lower Libya;
[3.26]      Thebais;
[3.27]      Egypt;
[3.28]      Arcadia.
[3.29]     of Asia ten:
[3.30]      Pamphylia;
[3.31]      Hellespontus;
[3.32]      Lydia;
[3.33]      Pisidia;
[3.34]      Lycaonia;
[3.35]      Phrygia Pacatiana;
[3.36]      Phrygia salutaris;
[3.37]      Lycia;
[3.38]      Caria;
[3.39]      the Islands.
[3.40]     of Pontus ten:
[3.41]      Galatia;
[3.42]      Bithynia;
[3.43]      Honorias;
[3.44]      Cappadocia prima;
[3.45]      Cappadocia secunda;
[3.46]      Pontus Polemoniacus;
[3.47]      Helenopontus;
[3.48]      Armenia prima;
[3.49]      Armenia securida;
[3.50]      Galatia salutaris.
[3.51]     of Thrace six.
[3.52]      Europa;
[3.53]      Thracia;
[3.54]      Haemimontus;
[3.55]      Rhodopa;
[3.56]      Moesia secunda,
[3.57]      Scythia.
[3.58]    The staff of the illustrious pretorian prefect of the
             East:
[3.59]      Chief of staff, (princeps)
[3.60]      Deputy chief of staff, (cornicularius)
[3.61]      Chief assistant, (adiutor)
[3.62]      Custodian, (commentariensis)
[3.63]      Keeper of records, (ab actis)
[3.64]      Receivers of taxes, (numerarii)
[3.65]      Assistants, (subadiuvae)
[3.66]      A curator of correspondence, (cura epistolarum)
[3.67]      A registrar, (regerendarius)
[3.68]      Secretaries, (exceptores)
[3.69]      Aides, (adiutores)
[3.70]      Notaries. (singularii)
[3.71]    The  pretorian prefect of the East does not receive post-
             warrants for each year, but himself issues them.


[6]
[6.01]    Under the control of the illustrious pretorian prefect
             of Illyricum are the dioceses mentioned below:
[6.02]      of Macedonia;
[6.03]      of Dacia.
[6.04]    The provinces of Macedonia are six:
[6.05]      Achaia;
[6.06]      Macedonia;
[6.07]      Crete;
[6.08]      Thessaly;
[6.09]      ancient Epirus;
[6.10]      new Epirus;
                  and part of Macedonia salutaris.
[6.11]    The provinces of Dacia are five:
[6.12]      Mediterranean Dacia;
[6.13]      ripuarian Dacia;
[6.14]      Moesia prima;
[6.15]      Dardania;
[6.16]      Praevalitana;
                  and part of Macedonia salutaris.
[6.17]    The staff of the illustrious pretorian prefect of Illyricum:
[6.18]      Chief of staff,
[6.19]      Deputy chief of staff,
[6.20]      Chief assistant,
[6.21]      Custodian,
[6.22]      Keeper of records,
[6.23]      Four  receivers  of taxes;
                   one of these for  gold;  another for services.
[6.24]      Assistant,
[6.25]      Curator of correspondence,
[6.26]      Registrar,
[6.27]      Secretaries,
[6.28]      Aides,
[6.29]      Notaries.
[6.30]    The pretorian prefect of Illyricum himself issues [post-warrants].


[9]  
[9.01]    Under the control of the illustrious master of the soldiers at 
             court [there are] five squadrons of palatine cavalry:
[9.02]      Senior promoted cavalry,
[9.03]      Companion cuirassiers,
[9.04]      Junior companion archers, 
[9.05]      Companion Taifalians, 
[9.06]      Arcadian cavalry.
[9.07]    Seven squadrons of cavalry of the line: 
[9.08]      Biturigensian cuirassiers, 
[9.09]      Senior Gallican heavy-armed cavalry, 
[9.10]      Fifth Dalmatian cavalry, 
[9.11]      Ninth Dalmatian cavalry, 
[9.12]      First shield-bearers, 
[9.13]      Junior promoted cavalry, 
[9.14]      First Parthian cuirassiers.
[9.15]    Six palatine legions: 
[9.16]      Senior lancers, 
[9.17]      Junior Jovians, 
[9.18]      Junior Herculians, 
[9.19]      Fortenses, 
[9.20]      Nervii, 
[9.21]      Junior Matiarii.
[9.22]    Eighteen palatine auxilia 
[9.23]      Senior Batavians, 
[9.24]      Junior Brachiati, 
[9.25]      Salians, 
[9.26]      Constantians, 
[9.27]      Senior Mattiaci, 
[9.28]      Senior Gallican archers, 
[9.29]      Junior Gallican archers, 
[9.30]      Third Valens' archers, 
[9.31]      Defenders, 
[9.32]      Raetobarii, 
[9.33]      Anglevarii, 
[9.34]      Hiberi, 
[9.35]      Visi, 
[9.36]      Fortunate junior Honorians, 
[9.37]      Victors, 
[9.38]      First Theodosians, 
[9.39]      Third Theodosians, 
[9.40]      Fortunate Isaurian Theodosians.
[9.41]    The staff of the aforesaid office of the master at court is [made 
             up from officers] enrolled with the forces and assigned to staff 
             duty.
[9.42]    It includes the officers below mentioned: 
[9.43]      Chief of staff, 
[9.44]      Two accountants (numerarii), 
[9.45]      Custodian, 
[9.46]      Chief clerks (primiscrinios), who become accountants, 
[9.47]      Clerks, 
[9.48]      Secretaries and other attendants (apparitores).
[9.49]     The master of the soldiers at court [is entitled to] fifteen 
               [post-warrants in the year].
   
[15]  
[15.1]    Under  the control of the illustrious master of the soldiers 
              in  the East: [there are] Ten squadrons of cavalry of the line.
             [enumeration omitted]
[15.14]   Nine legions of the line.
              [enumeration omitted]
[15.24]   Eleven legions of the secondary line.
              [enumeration omitted]
[15.35]   The staff of the master's office in the East is considered 
              permanent.
[15.36]   It includes the officers below mentioned: 
[15.37]     Chief of staff, 
[15.38]     Two accountants, 
[15.39]     Custodian, 
[15.40]     Chief assistant, 
[15.41]     Clerks, 
[15.42]     Quartermasters (mensores), 
[15.43]     Secretaries and other attendants.
[15.44]   The master of the soldiers in the East [is entitled to] twenty-five 
               [post-warrants in the year].

[21.41]     
[21.41]   Under the control of the illustrious provost of the sacred 
              bedchamber: The imperial estate (domus divina) in Cappadocia. 

[23]  
[23.1]    Under the control of the illustrious master of the 
             offices: 
[23.2]      First corps of shield-bearers, 
[23.3]      Second corps of shield-bearers, 
[23.4]      Corps of senior gentiles,
[23.5]      Corps of shield- and bow-bearers, 
[23.6]      Corps of mailed shield-bearers, 
[23.7]      Junior light-armed corps, 
[23.8]      Corps of junior gentiles, 
[23.9]      Corps of confidential agents and those assigned from the 
             same corps, 
[23.10]     Surveyors and lamp-makers, 
[23.11]     Bureau of memorials, 
[23.12]     Bureau of correspondence, 
[23.13]     Bureau of requests, 
[23.14]     Bureau of arrangements (dispositiones), 
[23.15]     The staff of ushers, 
[23.16]     The arsenals mentioned below: of the 
             East five: 
[23.17]       of shields and weapons, at Damascus, 
[23.18]       of shields and weapons, at Antioch, 
[23.19]       of mail, at Antioch, 
[23.20]       of shields and equipment, at Edesa, 
[23.21]       of spears, at Irenopolis in Cilicia. 
[23.22]     of Pontus three: 
[23.23]       of cuirasses, at Caesaraea in Cappadocia, 
[23.24]       of shields and weapons, at Nicomedia, 
[23.25]       of cuirasses, at Nicomedia. 
[23.26]     of Asia one: 
[23.27]       of shields and weapons, at Sardis in Lydia.
[23.28]     of Thrace two:
[23.29]       of shields and weapons, at Hadrianopolis of 
                  Haemimontus
[23.30]       of shields and weapons, at Marcianopolis.
[23.31]     of Illyricum four:
[23.32]       at Thessalonica,
[23.33]       at Naissus,
[23.34]       at Ratiaria,
[23.35]       of shields at Horreomargi.
[23.36]   The staff of the aforesaid illustrious master of the  offices is 
              made up from the corps of confidential agents as follows: 
[23.37]     Chief assistant, 
[23.38]     Assistants: 
[23.39]      two [of the] chief assistant
[23.40]      three for the arsenals, 
[23.41]      four [of the department] of barbarians: 
[23.42]       of the East one, 
[23.43]       of Asia one, 
[23.44]       of Pontus one, 
[23.45]       of Thrace and Illyricum one. 
[23.46]     An inspector of the public post at court, 
[23.47]     Inspectors for all the provinces, 
[23.48]     Interpreters for various peoples.
[23.49]    The master of the offices himself issues [post-warrants].


[25]  
[25.1]    Under the control of the illustrious quaestor: 
[25.2]      Laws, 
[25.3]      Petitions.
[25.4]    The quaestor does not have a staff, but such assistants from the 
             bureaus as he may wish.


[26]  
[26.01]   Under the control of the illustrious count of the sacred largesses:
[26.02]     Counts of the largesses in all the dioceses, 
[26.03]     Counts of the markets: 
[26.04]       in the East and Egypt, 
[26.05]       in Moesia, Scythia and Pontus,
[26.06]       in Illyricum.
[26.07]     Provosts of the store-houses,
[26.08]     Counts of the metals in Illyricum,
[26.09]     Count and the accountant of the general tribute of Egypt,
[26.10]     Masters of the linen vesture,
[26.11]     Masters of the private vesture,
[26.12]     Procurators of the weaving-houses,
[26.13]     Procurators of the dye-houses,
[26.14]     Procurators of the mints,
[26.15]     Provosts of the goods despatch,
[26.16]     Procuratorof the linen-weavers.
[26.17]   The staff of the aforesaid count of the sacred largesses has:
[26.18]     Chief clerk of the whole staff,
[26.19]     Chief clerk of the bureau of fixed taxes,
[26.20]     Chief clerk of the bureau of records,
[26.21]     Chief clerk of the bureau of accounts,
[26.22]     Chief clerk of the bureau of gold bullion,
[26.23]     Chief clerk of the bureau of gold for shipment,
[26.24]     Chief clerk of the bureau of the sacred wardrobe,
[26.25]     Chief clerk of the bureau of silver,
[26.26]     Chief clerk of the bureau of miliarensia, 
[26.27]     Chief clerk of the bureau of coinage and other clerks of the 
                above-mentioned bureaus,
[26.28]     Deputy  chief clerk of the staff, who is chief clerk of the
                secretaries,
[26.29]     Sub-deputy chief clerk, who deals with the goods despatch,
[26.30]     Fourth clerk who deals with requests, and other palatine 
                [officers] of  the aforesaid staff.
[26.31]   The count of the largesses [is entitled to] as many [post warrants 
               in the year] as needs may require.


[28]
[28.01]   Under the control of the illustrious count of the private 
              domain:
[28.02]     Imperial estates,
[28.03]     Accountants of the private domain,
[28.04]     Private baggage train,
[28.05]     Provosts of the herds and stables,
[28.06]     Procurators of the pastures.
[28.07]   The staff of the aforesaid illustrious count of the 
               private domain has:
[28.08]     Chief clerk of the whole staff,
[28.09]     Chief clerk of remitted taxes,
[28.10]     Chief clerk of the fixed taxes,
[28.11]     Chief clerk of receipts, [for taxes paid]
[28.12]     Chief clerk of the bureau of private largesses, and
                 other, clerks of the aforesaid bureaus,
[28.13]     Deputy chief clerk of the whole staff, who has charge of the 
                 documents of that staff, and other palatine [officers]
[28.14]    The count of the private domain [is entitled to] as many [post warrants 
               in the year] as needs may require.


[30]
[30.1]    Under the control of the illustrious counts of the 
             household cavalry and infantry.
[30.2]      Household cavalry
[30.3]      Household infantry, 
              and those of them deputised [on special missions].
[30.4]    The count of the household cavalry [is entitled to ---]
[30.5]    The count of the household infantry [is entitled to ---]


[32]
[32.1]    Under the control of the worshipful castellan:
[32.2]      Pages,
[32.3]      Imperial household servants,
[32.4]      Custodians of the palaces,
[32.5]    The staff of the worshipful castellan aforesaid includes:
[32.6]      Imperial accountant,
[32.7]      Accountant for the imperial Augustae,
[32.8]      Assistant,
[32.9]      Record-keeper and his bureau, and other palatine [officers] 
               of the aforesaid staff.


[34]  
[34.1]     Under the control of the worshipful chief of the notaries.
[34.1]     Registry of all the dignities and officer positions, both military 
              and civil.
[34.1]     [He] also deals with the corps and the forces.
[34.1]     [He] does not have a staff, but an assistant from the corps of the 
              notaries.


[36]
[36.1]    Master of memorials 
[36.1]      formulates and issues all imperial responses
          (adnotationes) and responds to petitions.
[36.1]    Master of correspondence 
[36.1]      manages deputations from cities states, official inquiries (consultationes) 
               and petitions.
[36.1]    Master of records
[36.1]      deals with records of imperial judgements (cognitiones) 
              and petitions.
[36.1]    Master of Greek Correspondence 
[36.1]      either  himself formulates those letters which are usually
               issued in Greek, or when they have been formulated in 
               Latin  translates them into Greek.
[36.1]    No one of these has a staff of his own, but assistants 
             chosen  from the bureaus.


[38]
[38.1]    Under the control of the worshipful proconsul of Asia are the 
             provinces  mentioned below: 
[38.2]      Asia, 
[38.3]      Islands, 
[38.4]      Hellespontus.
[38.5]    His staff is as follows: 
[38.6]      Chief of the same staff, 
[38.7]      Deputy chief of staff,
[38.8]      Chief assistant, 
[38.9]      Custodian, 
[38.10]     Keeper of the records. 
[38.11]     Receivers of taxes, 
[38.12]     Clerks, 
[38.13]     Receiver of requests, 
[38.14]     Secretaries and other officials.
[38.15]   The proconsul of Asia [is entitled to __ postal warrants]


[44]
[44.1]    Under the control of the worshipful Augustal prefect are the  
              provinces mentioned below: 
[44.2]      Lybia superior, 
[44.3]      Lybia inferior, 
[44.4]      Thebais, 
[44.5]      Egypt, 
[44.6]      Arcadia, 
[44.7]      Augustamnica.
[44.8]    His staff is as follows:
[44.9]      Chief of staff from the corps of confidential agents of the first 
                class, who at the close of two  years' service, after adoring 
                the imperial clemency, goes forth with insignia.
[44.10]     Deputy chief of staff,
[44.11]     Custodian,
[44.12]     Quaestor, 
[44.13]     Assistant, 
[44.14]     Keeper of the records, 
[44.15]     Receivers of taxes, 
[44.16]     Curator of correspondence, 
[44.17]   Secretaries and other attendants.
[44.18]   The Augustal prefect [is entitled to __ postal warrants]


[46]
[46.1]    Under the control of the worshipful vicar of the diocese of Asia 
             are the  provinces mentioned below: 
[46.2]      Pamphylia, 
[46.3]      Lydia, 
[46.4]      Caria, 
[46.5]      Lycia. 
[46.6]      Lycaonia, 
[46.7]      Pisidia, 
[46.8]      Phrygia Pacatiana, 
[46.9]      Phrygia salutaris.
[46.10]   The staff of the worshipful vicar of the diocese of Asia is as follows:
[46.11]     Chief of staff from the corps of confidential agents of the first 
                 class, who at the close of two  years' service, after adoring 
                 the imperial clemency, goes forth with insignia.
[46.12]     Deputy chief of staff,
[46.13]     Custodian, 
[46.14]     Assistant, 
[46.15]     Keeper of the records, 
[46.16]     Receivers of taxes, 
[46.17]     Curator of correspondence, 
[46.18]     Secretaries and other officials.
[46.19]   The vicar of the diocese of Asia [is entitled to __ postal warrants]


[52]
[52.1]    Under the control of the worshipful military count of Egypt:
[52.2]      Fifth Macedonian legion, at Memphis, 
[52.3]      Thirteenth twin legion, at Babylon,
[52.4]      Stablesian cavalry, at Pelusium,
[52.5]      Saracen Thamudene cavalry, at Scenae Veteranorum,
[52.6]      Third Diocletiana legion, at Andropolis, 
[52.7]      Second Trajana legion, at Parembole, 
[52.8]      Theodosian squadron, recently organized, 
[52.9]      Arcadian squadron, recently organized, 
[52.10]     Second squadron of Armenians, in the lesser Oasis. 
[52.11]   And these which are assigned from the lesser registry:
[52.12]     Third squadron of Arabs, at Thenenuthis, 
[52.13]     Eighth squadron of Vandals, at Nee, 
[52.14]     Seventh squadron of Sarmatians, at Scenae Mandrorum, 
[52.15]     First squadron of Egyptians, at Selle, 
[52.16]     Veteran squadron of Gauls, at Rinocoruna, 
[52.17]     First Herculian squadron, at Scenae without Gerasa, 
[52.18]     Fifth squadron of Raetians, at Scenae Veteranorum, 
[52.19]     First Tangiers squadron, at Thinunepsi, 
[52.20]     Aprian squadron, at Hipponos, 
[52.21]     Second squadron of Assyrians, at Sosteos, 
[52.22]     Fifth squadron of Praelecti at Dionysias, 
[52.23]     Third cohort of Galatians, at Cefro, 
[52.24]     Second cohort of Asturians, at Busiris. 
[52.25]    Of the province of Augustamnica: 
[52.26]     Second Ulpian squadron of Africans, at Thaubastos, 
[52.27]     Second squadron of Egyptians, at Tacasiria, 
[52.28]     First cohort of archers, at Naithu, 
[52.29]     First Augustan cohort of Pannonians, at Tohu, 
[52.30]     First cohort of Epirotes, at Castra Judaeorum, 
[52.31]     Fourth cohort of Juthungians, at Aphroditopolis, 
[52.32]     Second cohort of Ituraeans, at Aiy, 
[52.33]     Second cohort of Thracians, at Muson, 
[52.34]     Fourth cohort of Numidians, at Narmunthi 
[52.35]   The staff is as follows: 
[52.36]     Chief of staff from the corps of confidential agents of the first  
                class, who, after adoring the imperial  clemency, goes forth 
                with insignia.
[52.37]     Receivers of taxes, 
[52.38]     Custodian, 
[52.39]     Assistant, 
[52.40]     Receiver of requests, or under-secretary, 
[52.41]     Secretaries and other officials.
[52.42]   The count of Egypt [is entitled to] four [post-warrants in the year]

[74]
[74.1]    Under the control of the worshipful duke of Scythia:
             [Seven squadrons of cavalry. Enumeration omitted.]
[74.2]    Auxiliaries:
             [Eight organizations. Enumeration omitted.]
[74.3]    Legions of borderers:
             [Seven organizations. Enumeration omitted.]
[74.4]    His staff is as follows:
[74.5]      Chief of staff, who at the end of his term of service pays 
               adoration as a protector,
[74.6]      Accountants and their assistants,
[74.7]      Custodian,
[74.8]      Assistant,
[74.9]      Receiver of requests, or under-secretary,
[74.10]    Secretaries and other officials.
[74.11]   The duke of Scythia is entitled to five post-warrants in the year.
             

[81]
[81.1]    Under the control of the right honorable consular of 
            Palestine: 
[81.2]      The province of Palestine.
[81.3]    His staff is as follows: 
[81.4]      Chief of staff,
[81.5]      Deputy chief of staff, 
[81.6]      Custodian, 
[81.7]      Chief assistant, 
[81.8]      Receiver of taxes, 
[81.9]      Keeper of the records, 
[81.10]    Receiver of requests, 
[81.11]    Secretaries and other subordinate officers, who are not allowed 
               to transfer to another service without the permission of the 
               imperial clemency.

[81.12] 
[81.12]    All the other consulars have a staff similar to that of the 
            consular of Palestine.


[82.1-10]
[82.1]    Under the control of the right honorable president of 
            Thebais.
[81.2]      The province of Thebais.
[81.3]    The staff is as follows:
[81.4]      Chief of staff,
[81.5]      Deputy chief of staff, 
[81.6]      Custodian, 
[81.7]      Chief assistant, 
[81.8]      Receiver of taxes, 
[81.9]      Keeper of the records, 
[81.10]     Receiver of requests, 
[81.11]   Secretaries and other subordinate officers, who are not allowed 
               to transfer to another service without the permission of the 
               imperial clemency.

[82.11]
[82.11]   All the other presidents have a staff similar to that of the 
           president of Thebais.


[85/6]   
[85/6.1]  Register of the dignitaries, both civil and military, in the 
              districts of the west.
[85/6.2]    Pretorian prefect of Italy. 
[85/6.3]    Pretorian prefect of the Gauls. 
[85/6.4]    Prefect of the city of Rome. 
[85/6.5]    Master of infantry at court. 
[85/6.6]    Master of cavalry at court. 
[85/6.7]    Master of cavalry in the Gauls. 
[85/6.8]    Provost of the sacred bedchamber. 
[85/6.9]    Master of the offices. 
[85/6.10]   Quaestor. 
[85/6.11]   Count of the sacred largesses. 
[85/6.12]   Count of the private domains. 
[85/6.13]   Count of the household cavalry.
[85/6.14]   Count of the household infantry.
[85/6.15]   Superintendent of the sacred bedchamber,
[85/6.16]   Chief of the notaries.
[85/6.17]   Castellan of the sacred palace.
[85/6.18]   Masters of bureaus: 
[85/6.19]    of memorials; 
[85/6.20]    of correspondence; 
[85/6.21]    of requests.
[85/6.22]   Proconsul of Africa.
[85/6.23]   Six vicars:
[85/6.24]    of the city of Rome; 
[85/6.25]    of Italy; 
[85/6.26]    of Africa; 
[85/6.27]    of the Spains; 
[85/6.28]    of the Seven Provinces; 
[85/6.29]    of the Britains.
[85/6.30]   Six military counts: 
[85/6.31]    of Italy; 
[85/6.32]    of Africa; 
[85/6.33]    of Tingitania; 
[85/6.34]    of the tractus Argentoratensis; 
[85/6.35]    of the Britains; 
[85/6.36]    of the Saxon shore of Britain.
[85/6.37]   Thirteen dukes: 
[85/6.38]    of the frontier of Mauritania Caesariensis; 
[85/6.39]    of the frontier of Tripolitana; 
[85/6.40]    of Pannonia prima and Noricum Ripense; 
[85/6.41]    of Pannonia secunda; 
[85/6.42]    of Valeria Ripensis; 
[85/6.43]    of Raetia prima and secunda; 
[85/6.44]    of Sequanica; 
[85/6.45]    of the Armorican and Nervican tract; 
[85/6.46]    of Belgica secunda; 
[85/6.47]    of Germania prima; 
[85/6.48]    of Britannia; 
[85/6.49]    of Mogontiacensis.
[85/6.50]   Twenty-two consulars:
[85/6.51]    of Pannonia;
[85/6.52]    in Italy eight:
[85/6.53]     of Venetia and Histria; 
[85/6.54]     of Emilia; 
[85/6.55]     of Liguria; 
[85/6.56]     of Flaminia and Picenum annonarium; 
[85/6.57]     of Tuscia and Umbria; 
[85/6.58]     of Picenum suburbicarium; 
[85/6.59]     of Campania;
[85/6.60]     of Sicilia.
[85/6.61]    in Africa two:
[85/6.62]     of Byzacium; 
[85/6.63]     of Numidia.
[85/6.64]    in the Spains three:
[85/6.65]     of Baetica; 
[85/6.66]     of Lusitania; 
[85/6.67]     of Callaecia.
[85/6.68]    in the Gauls six:
[85/6.69]     of Viennensis; 
[85/6.70]     of Lugdunensis prima; 
[85/6.71]     of Germania prima; 
[85/6.72]     of Germania secunda; 
[85/6.73]     of Belgica prima; 
[85/6.74]     of Belgica secunda.
[85/6.75]    in the Britains two:
[85/6.76]     of Maxima Caesariensis, 
[85/6.77]     of Valentia.
[85/6.78]   Correctors: in Italy two: 
[85/6.79]     of Apulia and Calabria; 
[85/6.80]     of Lucania and Brittii.
[85/6.81]    in Pannonia one: 
[85/6.82]     of Savia.
[85/6.83]   Thirty-one presidents:
[85/6.84]    in Illyricum four:
[85/6.85]     of Dalmatia; 
[85/6.86]     of Pannonia prima; 
               [of Mediterranean Noricum; = 89.28]
[85/6.87]     of Noricum Ripense,
[85/6.88]    in Italy seven:
[85/6.89]     of the Cottian Alps; 
[85/6.90]     of Raetia prima; 
[85/6.91]     of Raetia secunda, 
[85/6.92]     of Samnium; 
[85/6.93]     of Valeria; 
[85/6.94]     of Sardinia; 
[85/6.95]     of Corsica.
[85/6.96]    in Africa two
[85/6.97]     of Mauritania Sitifensis; 
[85/6.98]     of Tripolitana.
[85/6.99]    in the Spains four:
[85/6.100]    of Tarraconensis; 
[85/6.101]    of Carthaginensis; 
[85/6.102]    of Tingitania; 
[85/6.103]    of the Balearic Isles.
[85/6.104]   in the Gauls eleven:
[85/6.105]    of the maritime Alps; 
[85/6.106]    of the Pennine and Graian Alps; 
[85/6.107]    of Maxima Sequanorum;
[85/6.108]    of Aquitanica prima; 
[85/6.109]    of Aquitanica secunda; 
[85/6.110]    of Novempopulana; 
[85/6.111]    of Narbonensis prima; 
[85/6.112]    of Narbonensis secunda; 
[85/6.113]    of Lugdunensis secunda; 
[85/6.114]    of Lugduneasis tertia; 
[85/6.115]    of Lugunensis Senonica.
[85/6.116]   in the Britains three:
[85/6.117]    of Britannia prima; 
[85/6.118]    of Britannia secunda; 
[85/6.119]    of Flavia Caesariensis.


[89.1-50]
[89.1]    Under the control of the illustrious pretorian prefect of 
              Italy are the dioceses mentioned below: 
[89.2]      Italy; 
[89.3]      Illyricum; 
[89.4]      Africa.
[89.5]    Provinces: of Italy seventeen: 
[89.6]      Venetia; 
[89.7]      Aemilia; 
[89.8]      Liguria; 
[89.9]      Flaminia and Picenum annonarium;
[89.10]     Tuscia and Umbria; 
[89.11]     Picenum suburbicarium; 
[89.12]     Campania; 
[89.13]     Sicily; 
[89.14]     Apulia and Calabria, 
[89.15]     Lucania and Brittii; 
[89.16]     the Cottian Alps; 
[89.17]     Raetia prima, 
[89.18]     Raetia secunda; 
[89.19]     Samnium; 
[89.20]     Valeria; 
[89.21]     Sardinia; 
[89.22]     Corsica.
[89.23]   of Illyricum six:
[89.24]     Pannonia secunda; 
[89.25]     Savia; 
[89.26]     Dalmatia; 
[89.27]     Pannonia prima; 
[89.28]     Mediterranean Noricum; 
[89.29]     ripuarian Noricum.
[89.30]   of Africa seven:
[89.31]     Byzacium; 
[89.32]     Numidia; 
[89.33]     Mauritania Sitifensis; 
[89.34]     Mauritania Caesariensis; 
[89.35]     Tripolis.
[89.36]      Prefect of the grain tribute of Africa; 
[89.37]      Prefect of the patrimonial estates.
[89.38]   The staff of the illustrious pretorian prefect of Italy:
[89.39]     Chief of staff,
[89.40]     Deputy chief of staff,
[89.41]     Chief assistant,
[89.42]     Custodian,
[89.43]     Keeper of the records, 
[89.44]     Receivers of taxes, 
[89.45]     Assistants,
[89.46]     Curator of correspondence,
[89.47]     Registrar, 
[89.48]     Secretaries, 
[89.49]     Aides, 
[89.50]     Notaries.

[89.51-99]
[89.51]   Under the control of the illustrious pretorian prefect of
               the  Gauls are the dioceses mentioned below:
[89.52]     Spains; 
[89.53]     Seven Provinces; 
[89.54]     Britains.
[89.55]    Provinces: of the Spains:
[89.56]     Baetica; 
[89.57]     Lusitania; 
[89.58]     Callaecia; 
[89.59]     Tarraconensis; 
[89.60]     Carthaginensis; 
[89.61]     Tingitania; 
[89.62]     the Balearic Isles. 
[89.63]    of the Seven Provinces xii:
[89.64]     Viennensis; 
[89.65]     Lugdumensis prima; 
[89.66]     Germania prima, 
[89.67]     Germania secunda; 
[89.68]     Belgica prima; 
[89.69]     Belgica secunda; 
[89.70]     the Maritime Alps; 
[89.71]     the Pennine and Graian Alps; 
[89.72]     Maxima Sequanorum; 
[89.73]     Aquitania prima; 
[89.74]     Aquitania secunda; 
[89.75]     Novempopuli; 
[89.76]     Narbonensis prima; 
[89.77]     Narbonensis secunda; 
[89.78]     Lugdunensis Secunda; 
[89.79]     Lugdunensis tertia; 
[89.80]     Lugdunensis Senonia.
[89.81]    of the Britains five:
[89.82]     Maxima Caesariensis; 
[89.83]     Valentia; 
[89.84]     Britannia prima; 
[89.85]     Britannia secunda; 
[89.86]     Flavia Caesariensis.
[89.87]   The staff of the illustrious pretorian prefect of the Gauls: 
[89.88]     Chief of staff, (princeps)
[89.89]     Deputy chief of staff, (cornicularius)
[89.90]     Chief assistant, (adiutor)
[89.91]     Custodian, (commentariensis)
[89.92]     Keeper of the records, (ab actis)
[89.93]     Receivers of taxes, (numerarii)
[89.94]     Assistants, (subadiuvae)
[89.95]     Curator of correspondence, (cura epistolarum)
[89.96]     Registrar, (regerendarius)
[89.97]     Secretaries, (exceptores)
[89.98]     Aides, (adiutores)
[89.99]     Notaries. (singularii)


[91]
[91.1]     Under the control of the illustrious prefect of the city of Rome 
              are held the administrative positions mentioned below: 
[91.2]      Prefect of the grain supply, 
[91.3]      Prefect of the watch, 
[91.4]      Count of the aqueducts, 
[91.5]      Count of the banks and bed of the Tiber, and of the sewers, 
[91.6]      Count of the port, 
[91.7]      Master of the census, 
[91.8]      Collector of the wine-tax, 
[91.9]      Tribune of the swine-market, 
[91.10]     Consular of the water-supply, 
[91.11]     Curator of the chief works, 
[91.12]     Curator of public works, 
[91.13]     Curator of statues, 
[91.14]     Curator of the Galban granaries, 
[91.15]     Centenarian of the port,  
[91.16]     Tribune of art works
[91.17]   The staff of the illustrious prefect of the city:
[91.18]     Chief of staff,
[91.19]     Deputy chief of staff,
[91.20]     Chief assistant, 
[91.21]     Custodian, 
[91.22]     Keeper of the records, 
[91.23]     Chief clerk or receiver, 
[91.24]     Assistants, 
[91.25]     Curator of correspondence,
[91.26]     Registrar,
[91.27]     Secretaries, 
[91.28]     Aides, 
[91.29]     Clerks of the census, 
[91.30]     Ushers, 
[91.31]     Notaries.


[98/9]
[98/9.1]  Under the control of the illustrious master of infantry at court:
[98/9.2]   Counts of the soldiery mentioned below:
[98/9.3]      Italy; 
[98/9.4]      Africa; 
[98/9.5]     Tingitania; 
[98/9.6]      Tractus Argentoratensis; 
[98/9.7]      Britains; 
[98/9.8]      Saxon shore in the Britains. 
[98/9.9]    Ten dukes of the frontiers mentioned below:
[98/9.10]    Mauretania Caesariensis; 
[98/9.11]    Tripolitana; 
[98/9.12]    Pannonia secunda; 
[98/9.13]    Valeria ripensis; 
[98/9.14]    Pannonia prima and Noricum Ripense; 
[98/9.15]    Raetia prima and secunda; 
[98/9.16]    Belgica, secunda; 
[98/9.17]    Germania prima; 
[98/9.18]    Britains; 
[98/9.19]    Mogontiacensis.
[98/9.20]   Twelve Palatine legions 
              [enumeration omitted] 
[98/9.33]   Sixty-five Palatine auxilia, 
              [enumeration omitted]
[98/9.97]   Thirty-two legions of the line, 
              [enumeration omitted]
[98/9.130]  Eighteen legions of the secondary line.]
              [enumeration omitted]
[98/9.149]  The staff of the aforesaid master of infantry at court: 
[98/9.150]   Chief of staff, 
[98/9.151]   Accountant,
[98/9.152]   Custodian,
[98/9.153]   Chief assistant,
[98/9.154]   Registrar,
[98/9.155]   Secretaries and other attendants.


[102/5.1-52]
[102/5.1] Under the control of the illustrious count and master of cavalry 
               at court:
[102/5.2]   Ten Palatine Squadrons,
              [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.12]  Squadrons of the line.
              [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.45  The staff of the aforesaid master's office. 
[102/5.46]   Chief of staff, 
[102/5.47]   Accountant, 
[102/5.48]   Chief clerk, 
[102/5.49]   Custodian, 
[102/5.50]   Chief assistant, 
[102/5.51]   Registrar, 
[102/5.52]   Secretaries and other attendants.


[102/5.53-260]
[102/5.53]   Those forces, above named, that are held throughout the 
                   provinces listed below: in Italy
                      [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.91]  In Illyricum with the worshipful count of Illyricum: 
                      [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.114] In the Gauls with the illustrious master of cavalry in the
                  Gauls: 
                      [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.163] The staff of the illustrious master of cavalry in the 
                   Gauls:
[102/5.164]   Chief from the staffs of the masters of soldiers at court, 
                     in one year from that of the master of infantry, in the next 
                     from that of the master of cavalry.
[102/5.165]  Custodian,
[102/5.166]  Accountants from the two staffs in alternate years,
[102/5.167]  Chief assistant,
[102/5.168]  Registrar,
[102/5.169]  Secretaries and other attendants.
[102/5.170] In the Spains with the worshipful count: 
                       [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.187] In Tingitania with the worshipful count: 
                      [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.192] In Africa with the worshipful count of Africa: 
                      [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.205] In the Britains with the worshipful count of the 
                   Britains: 
                       [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.209] Also cavalry: in Italy:
                        [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.217] In the Gauls with the illustrious count and master of 
                   cavalry in the Gauls: 
                      [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.230] In Africa with the worshipful count of Africa: 
                       [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.250] In Britain with the worshipful count of the Britains.       
                      [enumeration omitted]
[102/5.257] In Tingitania with the worshipful count of Tingitania: 
                        [enumeration omitted]


[107]
[107.1]   Under the control of the illustrious master of the 
              offices: 
[107.2]      First corps of shield-bearers, 
[107.3]      Second corps of shield-bearers, 
[107.4]      Senior light-armed corps, 
[107.5]      Corps of senior gentiles, 
[107.6]      Third corps of shield-bearers, 
[107.7]      Corps of confidential agents and those assigned from that corps,
[107.8]      Bureau of memorials, 
[107.9]      Bureau of assignments, 
[107.10]    Bureau of correspondence, 
[107.11]    Bureau of requests, 
[107.12]    Doorkeepers, 
[107.13]    Court ushers (cancellari).
[107.14]    Arsenals mentioned below in Illyricum;
[107.15]      of shields, saddle-cloths and weapons, at Sirmium,
[107.16]      of shields, at Acincum,
[107.17]      of shields, at Carnuntum,
[107.18]      of shields, at Lauriacum,
[107.19]      of weapons, at Salona.
[107.20]     In Italy:
[107.21]      of arrows, at Concordia,
[107.22]      of shields and weapons, at Verona,
[107.23]      of leather corselets, at Mantua,
[107.24]      of shields, at Cremona,
[107.25]      of bows, at Ticinum,
[107.26]      of broadswords, at Luca.
[107.27]     In the Gauls:
[107.28]      of all weapons, at Argentomagus
[107.29]      of arrows, at Matisco,
[107.30]      of leather corselets, ballistae, and mail, at Autun,
[107.31]        of shields, at Autun,
[107.32]        of ---, at Soissons,
[107.33]        of broadswords, at Rheims.
[107.34]        of shields, at Trier,
[107.35]        of ballistae, at Trier,
[107.36]        of broadswords and shields, at Amiens.
[107.37]  The staff of the aforesaid illustrious master of the offices is 
               constituted from the corps of confidential agents in this manner:
[107.38]    A chief assistant,
[107.39]    Deputies of the chief assistant, 
[107.40]    Assistants for the various arsenals, 
[107.30]    An inspector of the public post at court, 
[107.41]    Inspectors for all the provinces, 
[107.42]    Interpreters for all peoples.


 [108]
[108.1]   Under the control of the illustrious quaestor: 
[108.2]     Laws, 
[108.3]     Petitions.
[108.4]   He has subordinate clerical assistants from the various bureaus.


[110/1]
[110/1.1] Under the control of the illustrious count of the sacred 
                largesses.
[110/1.2]   Count of the largesses in Illyricum, 
[110/1.3]   Count of the wardrobe, 
[110/1.4]   Count of gold, 
[110/1.5]   Count of the Italian largesses, 
[110/1.6]   Count of largess accounts in Africa
[110/1.7]  Accountants:
[110/1.8]    Accountant of the general tax of Pannonia secunda, 
                    Dalmatia and Savia,
[110/1.9]    Accountant of the general tax of Pannonia  prima,  
                  Valeria, Mediterranean Noricum and Noricum ripense.
[110/1.10]   Accountant of the general tax of Italy,
[110/1.11]   Accountant of the general tax of the city of Rome,
[110/1.12]   Accountant of the general tax of the Three 
                    Provinces, that is, of Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica,
[110/1.13]   Accountant of the general tax of Africa,
[110/1.14]   Accountant of the general tax of Numidia,
[110/1.15]   Accountant of the general tax of Spain,
[110/1.16]   Accountant of the general tax of the Five Provinces,
[110/1.17]   Accountant of the general tax of the Gauls,
[110/1.18]   Accountant of the general tax of the Britains. 
                [Provosts of the storehouses]
                 [In Illyricum:]
[110/1.19]    Provost of the storehouses at Salona in Dalmatia,
[110/1.20]    Provost of the storehouses at Siscia in Savia
[110/1.21]    Provost of the storehouses at Savaria in Pannonia prima,
                 [In Italy:]
[110/1.22]    Provost of the storehouses at Aquileia in Venetia,
[110/1.23]    Provost of the storehouses at Milan in Liguria, 
[110/1.24]    Provost of the storehouses of the city of Rome, 
[110/1.25]    Provost of the storehouses at Augsburg in Raetia secunda.
                  [In the Gauls:]
[110/1.26]    Provost of the storehouses at Lyons,
[110/1.27]    Provost of the storehouses at Arles,
[110/1.28]    Provost of the storehouses at Rheims,
[110/1.29]    Provost of the storehouses at Trier.
                   [In the Britains:]
[110/1.30]    Provost of the storehouses at London. 
[110/1.31]  Procurators of the mints:
[110/1.32]   Procurator of the mint at Siscia,
[110/1.33]   Procurator of the mint at Aquileia,
[110/1.34]   Procurator of the mint in the city of Rome,
[110/1.35]   Procurator of the mint at Lyons,
[110/1.36]   Procurator of the mint at Arles,
[110/1.37]   Procurator of the mint at Trier. 
[110/1.38]  Procurators of the weaving-houses:
[110/1.39]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Bassiana, in Pannonia secunda 
                      - removed from Salona,
[110/1.40]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Sirmium in Pannonia secunda,
[110/1.41]   Procurator of the Jovian weaving-house at Spalato in Dalmatia,
[110/1.42]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Aquileia in Venetia inferior,
[110/1.43]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Milan in Liguria,
[110/1.44]   Procurator of the weaving-house in the city of Rome,
[110/1.45]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Canosa and and Venosa in Apulia,
[110/1.46]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Carthage in Africa,
[110/1.47]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Arles in the province of Vienne,
[110/1.48]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Lyons,
[110/1.49]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Rheims in Belgica secunda,
[110/1.50]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Tourney Belgica secunda,
[110/1.51]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Trier in Belgica secunda,
[110/1.52]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Autun - removed from Metz,
[110/1.53]   Procurator of the weaving-house at Winchester Britain.
                 Procurators of the linen-weaving houses:
[110/1.54]   Procurator of the linen-weaving house at Vienne in the Gauls,
[110/1.55]   Procurator of the linen-weaving house at Ravenna in Italy.
[110/1.56]  Procurators of the dye-houses:
[110/1.57]   Procurator of the dye-house at Tarentum in Calabria,
[110/1.58]   Procurator of the dye-house at Salona in Dalmatia
[110/1.59]   Procurator of the dye-house at Cissa in Venetia and Istria,
[110/1.60]   Procurator of the dye-house at Syracuse in Sicily,
[110/1.61]   Procurator of the dye-houses in Africa,
[110/1.62]   Procurator of the dye-house at Girba, in the province of Tripolis,
[110/1.63]   Procurator of the dye-house in the Balearic Isles in  Spain,
[110/1.64]   Procurator of the dye-house at Toulon in the Gauls.
[110/1.65]   Procurator of the dye-house at Narbonne.
[110/1.66]  Procurators of the embroiderers in gold and silver:
[110/1.67]   Procurator of the embroiderers in gold and silver at  Arles,
[110/1.68]   Procurator of the embroiderers in  gold  silver at Rheims,
[110/1.69]   Procurator of the embroiderers in gold and silver at Trier,
                [Procurators of the goods despatch:]
                 [For the Eastern traffic:]
[110/1.70]    Provost of the first Eastern despatch, and the fourth [return],
[110/1.71]    Provost of the second Eastern despatch, and the third [return],
[110/1.72]    Provost of the [second return] despatch, and the third from the East,
[110/1.73]    Provost of the [first return] despatch, and the fourth from the East.
                 [For the traffic with the Gauls:]
[110/1.74]    Provost of the first Gallic despatch, and the fourth [return].
[110/1.75]  Count of the markets in Illyricum.
[110/1.76]  The staff of the aforesaid illustrious count of the sacred 
                    largesses includes:
[110/1.77]   Chief clerk of the whole staff,
[110/1.78]   Chief clerk of the bureau of fixed taxes,
[110/1.79]   Chief clerk of the bureau of records,
[110/1.80]   Chief clerk of the bureau of accounts,
[110/1.81]   Chief clerk of the bureau of gold bullion,
[110/1.82]   Chief clerk of the bureau of gold for shipment,
[110/1.83]   Chief clerk of the bureau of the sacred wardrobe,
[110/1.84]   Chief clerk of the bureau of silver,
[110/1.85]   Chief clerk of the bureau of miliarensia,
[110/1.86]   Chief clerk of the bureau of coinage, and other clerks,
[110/1.87]   Deputy chief clerk of the staff, who is chief clerk of the 
                    secretaries,
[110/1.88]   Sub-deputy chief clerk who has charge of the goods despatch.


[113]
[113.1]   Under the control of the illustrious count of the private domain:
[113.2]     Count of the private largesses,
[113.3]     Count of the Gildonian patrimony,
[113.4]     Accountant of the private properties in Illyricum.
[113.5]     Accountant of the private properties in Italy,
[113.6]     Accountant of the private property in Italy,
[113.7]     Accountant of the private property in the city of 
              Rome and the suburbicarian regions, and the estate of Faustina
[113.8]     Accountant of the private property in Sicily,
[113.9]     Accountant of the private property in Africa,
[113.10]    Accountant of the private property in the Spains,
[113.11]    Accountant of the private property in the Gauls,
[113.12]    Accountant of the private property in the Five Provinces,
[113.13]    Accountant of the private property in the Britains,
[113.14]    Accountant of the private property in the imperial estates in Africa,
[113.15]    Procurator of the private property in Sicily,
[113.16]    Procurator of the private property in Apulia and Calabria and 
                    the  pastures of Carmignano,
[113.17]    Provost of the private property in Sequanicum, and Germania prima,
[113.18]    Procurator of the private property in Dalmatia,
[113.19]    Procurator of the private property in Savia,
[113.20]    Procurator of the private property in Italy,
[113.21]    Procurator of the private property in the city of Rome,
[113.22]    Procurator of the private property in the estates of Julian in 
                    the urbicarian regions,
[113.23]    Procurator of the private property in Mauritania Sitifensis,
[113.24]    Procurator of the private property in the weaving-houses at Trier,
[113.25]    Procurator of the weaving-house at Viviers, 
             rei privatae Metti translata anhelat,  
[113.26]    Provost of the private baggage-despatch to the East by the lower 
                    route, 
[113.27]    Provost of the private baggage-despatch to the Gauls. 
[113.28]    The staff of the aforesaid count of the private domain has:
[113.29]     Chief clerk of the whole staff,
[113.30]     Head of the bureau of remitted taxes,
[113.31]     Head of the bureau of the fixed taxes,
[113.32]     Head of the bureau of receipts,
[113.33]     Head of the bureau of private largesses, 
[113.24]     Clerks and other attaches of the aforesaid bureaus,
[113.35]     Deputy chief clerk of the whole staff, who manages the documents 
                    of the staff,
[113.36]     Other palatine officials.


[114.1-4]
[114.1]   Under the control of the illustrious counts of the 
              household cavalry and infantry:
[114.2]     Household cavalry,
[114.3]     Household infantry,
[114.4]    Those assigned from these.


[114.5]
[114.5]    Under the control of worshipful superintendent of the sacred 
                bedchamber:


[115]
[115.1]   Under the control of the worshipful castellan.
[115.2]     Pages,
[115.3]     Imperial household servants,
[115.4]     Custodians of the palaces,
[115.5]    The staff of the worshipful castellan aforesaid includes:
[115.6]     Imperial accountant,
[115.7]     Accountant for the imperial Augustae,
[115.8]     Assistant,
[115.9]     Record-keeper and his bureau, and other palatine [officers]


[116]
[116.1]    Under the control of the worshipful chief of the notaries: 
[116.2]    Registry of all the dignities and officer positions, both 
                military and civil.
[116.3]    He does not have a staff, but assistants


[117]
[117.1]   Master of memorials 
                 formulates all imperial responses and issues them, and also 
                 responds to petitions.
[117.2]   Master of correspondence 
                deals with legations from  cities  and official inquiries 
                and petitions.
[117.3]   Master of records  
                deals with the records of imperial judgements and petitions.


[118]
[118.1]   Under the control of the worshipful proconsul of Africa:
[118.2]     The proconsular province and its two legates.
[118.3]   His staff is as follows:
[118.4]     Chief of staff from the corps of confidential agents the first 
                 class,
[118.5]     Deputy chief of staff,
[118.6]     Two receivers of taxes,
[118.7]     Chief clerk,
[118.8]     Custodian,
[118.9]     Chief assistant,
[118.10]    Keeper of the records,
[118.11]    Assistants,
[118.12]    Secretaries,
[118.13]    Notaries, and the rest of the staff.


[119]
[119.1]   Under the control of the worshipful vicar of the city  of are the 
              provinces mentioned below:
[119.2]     Consulars: 
[119.3]      of Campania, 
[119.4]      of Tuscany and Umbria, 
[119.5]      of suburbicarian Picenum, 
[119.6]      of Sicily.
[119.7]     Correctors: 
[119.8]      of Apulia and Calabria, 
[119.9]      of Bruttii and Lucania.
[119.10]    Presidents: 
[119.11]     of Samnium, 
[119.12]     of Sardinia, 
[119.13]     of Corsica, 
[119.14]     of Valeria.
[119.15]   The staff of the aforesaid worshipful vicar is as follows:
[119.16]    Chief of staff from the corps of confidential agents the first 
                 class,
[119.17]    Deputy chief of staff,
[119.18]    Receivers of taxes,
[119.19]    Custodian,
[119.20]    Chief assistant,
[119.21]    Keeper of the records,
[119.22]    Curator of correspondence
[119.23]    Assistants,
[119.24]    Secretaries,
[119.25]    Notaries, and the rest of the staff.


[124]
[124.1]   Under the control of the worshipful vicar of the Seven Provinces:
[124.2]     Consulars: 
[124.3]      of Vienne, 
[124.4]      of Lyons, 
[124.5]      of Germania prima, 
[124.6]      of Germania secunda, 
                   [of Belgica prima = 123.f] 
[124.7]      of Belgica secunda.
[124.8]     Presidents: 
[124.9]      of the Maritime Alps, 
[124.10]    of the Pennine and Graiam Alps, 
[124.11]    of Maxima Sequanorum, 
[124.12]    of Aquitanica prima, 
[124.13]    of Aquitanica secunda, 
[124.14]    of Novem populi, 
[124.15]    of Narbonensis prima, 
[124.16]    of Narbonensis secunda, 
[124.17]    of Lugdunensis secunda, 
[124.18]    of Lugdunensis tertia, 
[124.19]    of Lugdunensis Senonia.
[124.20]   The staff of the aforesaid worshipful vicar of the Seven Provinces:
[124.21]      Chief of staff from the corps of confidential agents the first 
                   class,
[124.22]      Deputy chief of staff,
[124.23]      Two receivers of taxes,
[124.24]      Custodian,
[124.25]      Keeper of the records,
[124.26]      Curator of correspondence
[124.27]      Chief assistant,
[124.28]      Assistants,
[124.29]      Secretaries,
[124.30]      Notaries, and the rest of the staff.


[126]
[126.1]   Under the control of the worshipful vicar of the Britains:
[126.2]     Consulars: 
[126.3]      of Maxima Caesariensis, 
[126.4]      of Valentia.
[126.5]     Presidents: 
[126.6]      of Britannia prima, 
[126.7]      of Britannia secunda, 
[126.8]      of Flavia Caesariensis.
[126.9]    The staff of the same worshipful vicar is as follows:
[126.10]     Chief of staff from the corps of confidential agents the first 
                  class,
[126.11]     Deputy chief of staff,
[126.12]     Two receivers of taxes,
[126.13]     Custodian,
[126.14]     Keeper of the records,
[126.15]     Curator of correspondence
[126.16]     Chief assistant,
[126.17]     Assistants,
[126.18]     Secretaries,
[126.19]     Notaries, and the rest of the staff.


[130]
[130.1]   Under the control of the worshipful count of Tingitania:
[130.2]     Borderers:
              [enumeration omitted]
[130.10]  The staff of the same worshipful count is as follows:
[130.11]    Chief of staff from the staffs of the masters of the soldiers 
                 at court; one year from that of the master of infantry, the 
                 other from that of the master of cavalry.
[130.12]    Custodian as above,
[130.13]    Two accountants, in alternate years from the aforesaid 
                  staffs.
[130.14]    Chief deputy,
[130.15]    Chief assistant,
[130.16]    Assistant,
[130.17]    Registrar,
[130.18]    Secretaries,
[130.19]    Notaries and other officials.


[151]
[151.1]   Under the control of the worshipful duke of the Armorican 
              and Nervican tract:
             [enumeration omitted]
[151.12]   The Armorican and Nervican tract is extended to include 
                the Five Provinces:
[151.13]     Aquitanica prima and secunda, 
[151.14]     Senonia
[151.15]     Lugdunensis secunda 
                  and tertia.
[151.16]   The staff of the same worshipful duke includes:
[151.17]    Chief of staff from the staffs of the masters of soldiers at 
                 court in alternate years,
[151.18]    Accountant from  the staff of the master of infantry for one year, 
[151.19]    Custodian from the aforesaid staffs in alternate years
[151.20]    Chief assistant;
[151.21]    Assistant,
[151.22]    Registrar,
[151.23]    Secretaries,
[151.24]    Notaries and other officials.


[160.1-12]
[160.1]   Under the control of the right honorable consular of 
              Campania:
[160.2]      The province of Campania.
[160.3]   His staff is as follows:
[160.4]     Chief of staff from the staff of the pretorian prefect of Italy,
[160.5]     Deputy chief of staff,
[160.6]     Two finance officers
                   instead of accountants,
[160.7]     Chief assistant,
[160.8]     Custodian,
[160.9]     Keeper of the records,
[160.10]    Assistant,
[160.11]    Secretaries and other subordinate officers, who are not allowed 
                  to transfers to another service  without the  permission  
                  of the imperial clemency.

[160.12]
[160.12]   All the other consulars have a staff like that of the consular 
                of Campania.


[162.1-11]
[162.1]   Under the jurisdiction of the right honorable corrector of Apulia 
              and Calabria:
[162.2]     The province of Apulia and Calabria.
[162.3]   His staff is as follows:
[162.4]     Chief of the same staff,
[162.5]     Deputy chief of staff,
[162.6]     Two finance officers,
[162.7]     Custodian,
[162.8]     Chief assistant,
[162.9]     Keeper of the records,
[162.10]    Assistant,
[162.11]    Secretaries and other subordinate officers, who are not allowed 
                  to transfers to another service without the permission of the
                  imperial clemency.

[162.12]
[162.12]  The other correctors have a staff like that of the corrector of 
               Apulia and Calabria.


[164.1-11]
[164.1]   Under the jurisdiction of the honorable president of Dalmatia.
[164.2]     The province of Dalmatia.
[164.3]   His staff is as follows.
[164.4]     Chief of the same staff,
[164.5]     Deputy chief of staff,
[164.6]     Two finance officers,
[164.7]     Custodian,
[164.8]     Chief assistant,
[164.9]     Keeper of the records,
[164.10]    Assistant,
[164.11]   Secretaries and other subordinate officers, who are not allowed 
                to transfer to another service without the permission of the
                 imperial clemency.

[164.12]
[164.12]   The other presidents have a staff like that of the president 
                of Dalmatia.

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