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Definition of: quaestor

(kwestər, kwēs-) noun
Any of a number of public officials in ancient Rome; originally, one of two magistrates who inquired into and punished capital crimes; later, one who took charge of the public treasury and expenditure: also spelled questor. [<L <quaerere seek, inquire]
—quaes·to·ri·al
(kwes·tôr·ē·əl, -tōrē-, kwēs-) adjective
—quaes′tor·ship
noun

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