- See Taktika.
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Philotheos, Kletorologion of — The most important and exhaustive of official lists (called taktika [q.v.]) of offices and dignities of the Byzantine state. It was composed in 899 by a certain Philotheos, who was both a protospatharios as well as an atriklines (qq.v.), i.e … Historical dictionary of Byzantium
Cubicularius — Cubicularius, Hellenized as koubikoularios (Greek: κουβικουλάριος), was a title used for the eunuch chamberlains of the imperial palace in the later Roman Empire and in the Byzantine Empire. The feminine version, used for the ladies in waiting of … Wikipedia
Dishypatos — Dishypatos, Latinized as dishypatus (Greek: δισύπατος, twice hypatos ), was a Byzantine honorary dignity (Greek: δια βραβείου άξια, dia brabeiou axia) in the 9th 11th centuries. From then on, and especially during the Palaiologan period, it is… … Wikipedia
Nipsistiarios — The nipsistiarios (Greek: νιψιστιάριος) was a Byzantine court position and rank reserved for eunuchs. The office is first attested in a 7th century seal, but was abandoned well before the 14th century, since it is not mentioned in the Book of… … Wikipedia
Curopalates — Kouropalatēs, Latinized as curopalates or curopalata (Greek: κουροπαλάτης, from Latin: cura palatii [the one in] charge of the palace ) and Anglicized as curopalate, was a Byzantine court title, one of the highest from the time of Emperor… … Wikipedia
Praefectus urbi — Ancient Rome This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Ancient Rome Periods … Wikipedia
Magister officiorum — The insignia of the Eastern magister officiorum as displayed in the Notitia Dignitatum: the codicil of his office on a stand, shields with the emblems of the Scholae regiments, and assorted arms and armour attesting the office s control of the… … Wikipedia
Excubitors — Active ca. 460 – ca. 1081 Country Byzantine Empire Type heavy cavalry, imperial guard Garrison/HQ Constantinople, Bithynia … Wikipedia
Philotheos (Zeremonienmeister) — Philotheos war ein byzantinischer Zeremonienmeister, der Ende des 9. Jahrhunderts lebte. Über sein Leben ist nur sehr wenig bekannt. Philotheos verfasste 899 eine Abhandlung in vier Büchern, die meistens als Kletorologion bezeichnet wird. Das… … Deutsch Wikipedia
899 — Années : 896 897 898 899 900 901 902 Décennies : 860 870 880 890 900 910 920 Siècles : VIIIe siècle IXe siècle … Wikipédia en Français