Definition of Praeses
1. preses [n PRESES] - See also: preses
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Praeses
Literary usage of Praeses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Roman Law in the Modern World by Charles Phineas Sherman (1922)
"... called in the Later Empire variously vicar, comes, rector, comes et praeses, dux et praeses, praeses, proconsul). During the Early Empire some of the ..."
2. The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation and Notes by Thomas Collett Sandars, Emperor of the East Justinian (1905)
"These honoraria could not be made the subject of an action; but the magistrate, praetor, or praeses of the province pronounced extra ordinem, (see Introd. ..."
3. Graeco-Roman Memoirs by Egypt Exploration Society (1908)
"PETITION TO A praeses. 31-3 x 88-5 cm. Fifth century. A petition addressed to an unnamed praeses (of the Thebaid) by a certain Flavius, who had consented to ..."
4. Handbook for Travellers in Asia Minor, Transcaucasia, Persia, Etc. by John Murray (Firm), Charles William Wilson (1895)
"Amasia, governor praeses 413, consularis 530; Justinian united this and the following province ... Iconium), governor in each praeses 413, consularis 630). ..."