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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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