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Aerarium

 

in ancient Rome, the government treasury, housed in the temple of the god Saturn. In republican times, the aerarium was administered by quaestors under the supervision of the Senate; under the empire, it was directed by praetors, but the emperor effectively controlled it. The aerarium gradually became indistinguishable from the fiscus, the private imperial treasury established by the emperor Augustus.

aerarium

In ancient Rome, the public treasury.
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Si se presta atencion a la propiedad de las res in patrimonio fisci, resulta asimismo diferente a la de las cosas publicas en uso publico: "En la Republica romana se entendia que la titularidad de las res in pecunia populi correspondia al aerarium, mientras que a partir del Principado la titularidad se le atribuye progresivamente al Fisco, de ahi la expresion de res in patrimonio fisci o res fiscales" (17).
Nombre de recipientes o de espacios donde se conserva tal o cual cosa, y sus congeneres: aerarium "hacienda publica", atramentarium "tintero", granarium "granero", panarium "artesa", tabularium "archivo", solarium "terraza de sol" (a.
Although in theory the Senate still controlled the Aerarium, the public treasury often proved to be insufficient, and Augustus frequently supplemented the Aerarium with his own personal funds.
8] Tarda enim nomina et impeditiora inertia debitorum quam facultatibus aut aerarium mensis cum aere foro positis dissolvit, ut populo prius caveretur, aut aestimatio aequis rerum pretiis liberavit, ut non modo sine iniuria sed etiam sine querimoniis partis utriusque exhausta vis ingens aeri alieni sit.
Resta analizar quien o quienes eran los beneficiarios de las cantidades que podian recabarse de las multas impuestas por los delitos en relacion a la violacion de una sepultura en cualquiera de sus formas: el populus romano a traves del aerarium (73), distintas reipublicae (74), el fisco imperial (75), colegios sacerdotales como el de los pontifices de diferentes comunidades (76) o el de las Vestales en Roma (77), asociaciones profesionales (78) y, especialmente desde el s.
2) Quite apart from its main theme, the text has shed light on such thorny problems as the definition of imperium maius, and the relationship between the fiscus and aerarium.
123 praeesse<n>t, venire et in aerarium redigi placere.
Within Bank of America's Aerarium forum, treasurers from some of the world's largest multinational corporations and financial institutions are having more success in opening that door to the boardroom, and they are relying upon new types of metrics to do it.
El pueblo romano aparece para Ciceron como dueno de unos bienes que patrimonialmente le pertenecen y que forman su aerarium (84).
Sin embargo, con el paso del tiempo, las fronteras entre ambas categorias se borraron, el fisco y el patrimonio del principe se confundieron, finalmente, este ultimo se confundiria con el aerarium publicum, que englobaba las cosas publicas in usue destinatae.
57, Nero gave a subsidy of HS 40,000,000 to the aerarium (Tact Ann.