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A procurator was the title of various officials of the Roman Empire, posts mostly filled by equites (Roman knights, the second order of nobility). A procurator Augusti was the governor of the smaller imperial provinces (i.e. those provinces whose governor was appointed by the emperor, rather than elected by the Roman Senate). The same title was held by the chief financial officers of provinces, who assisted governors of the larger imperial provinces (known as a legatus Augusti pro praetore, always a senator, who ranked above a knight). In addition, procurator was the title given to various other officials in Romemarker and Italy.

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