Of these, all who were Spaniards he sent home without ransom; the Africans he ordered the quaestor to sell.
My father, a freedman, toils as quaestor, and will find me a place.
The quaestor looked at them with a faintly regretful air and pushed the weapon back in its holster.
Two years later, in 68, he was elected quaestor, thereby acquiring a seat in the Senate.
In the course of nine centuries, the office of quaestor had experienced a very singular revolution.
He was studying at Athens when Nero recalled him to Rome and made him quaestor.
The quaestor has to learn our inmost thoughts, that he may utter them to our subjects.
Every candidate for the office of quaestor must be at least thirty years old.
The stone bridge was built many years afterwards, when Aemilius was quaestor.
Immediately, however, his quaestor was charged with several misdemeanors, for the purpose of implicating Caesar himself.