Author(s) : Katsaveli Olga (7/11/2007)Translation : Loumakis Spyridon
For citation: Katsaveli Olga, "Augustaion",Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World, ConstantinopleURL: <http://www.ehw.gr/l.aspx?id=11745>
praefectus urbi (prefect of the city)
(later referred to as the eparch of the city) Αdministrator and virtual governor of Constantinople in the Early/Middle Byzantine Era. He was responsible for the surveillance and the harmonius life of the Capital. One of his responsibilities was to control the commercial and manufacturing activities of Constantinople. After 1204, however, the office began to diminish, while from the 14th century, his responsibilities were assumed by two officers, the so-called kephalatikeuontai of the capital.
stoa, portico, the
A long building with a roof supported by one or two colonnades parallel to its back wall.
3. History of the monument - Building phases
3.1. 2nd - 3rd centuries
3.2. 4th century
3.3. 5th century
3.4. 6th century
3.5. 7th century
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