The Roman Army A to Z: stator

stator (m. pl. statores)

Literally ‘arrester’, so an immunis with a custodial function found both in Rome and in the provinces (Cic., Fam. 2.19.2; AE 1993, 1593; CIL XIII, 8670); s. Augusti: attached to the emperor (CIL VI, 2545). [Watson 1969]

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