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Growth of the imperial executive . Increase of the palace retinue . number of the
procuratores who collected taxes and rents on the emperor ' s account was
considerably increased , and their powers were enlarged by the transfer of law -
The emperor ' s funds were contion of the solidated in a central chest or fiscus (
replacing Augustus ' separate imperial " Rescus " , , departmental fisci ) , which in
law as well as in fact was made indeac under pendent of the aerarium .
Nerva transferred part costs of the imperial post from the roadside municipalities
in Italy to the Endow - fiscus , and Hadrian similarly relieved the provincial towns .
Lastly , ment of under Hadrian and his two successors Vespasian ' s policy of ...
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A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine
M. Cary,H. H. Scullard
Anteprima non disponibile - 1976