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resources:byzantine_ottoman_imperial_court_military_civil_ranks [2016/12/01 10:44]
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resources:byzantine_ottoman_imperial_court_military_civil_ranks [2019/03/29 15:13] (current)
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 **Basileopator** - Father of the Emperor **Basileopator** - Father of the Emperor
  
-====b.) Court titles====+====b.) ​Byzantine ​Court titles====
  
 **Protovestiarios** - Personal Minister to the Emperor, -responsible for palace finances and day-to-day items such as daily and military clothing, travel arrangements and so on. **Protovestiarios** - Personal Minister to the Emperor, -responsible for palace finances and day-to-day items such as daily and military clothing, travel arrangements and so on.
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 **Komes** - (Count) as above **Komes** - (Count) as above
  
-====c.) Major Government & Administrative titles ​(usually civilians held these)====+====c.) ​Byzantine ​Major Government & Administrative titles ==== 
 + 
 +These were titles usually held by civilians.
  
 **Megas Logothetes** - (Grand Logothete) Basically the Chancellor or Prime Minister in overall charge of the Treasury and Legal offices **Megas Logothetes** - (Grand Logothete) Basically the Chancellor or Prime Minister in overall charge of the Treasury and Legal offices
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-====d.) Naval Titles====+====d.) ​Byzantine ​Naval Titles====
  
 Strategos tou Karabisiani - (General of the Ships' Men) earlier title used for Naval Commander in charge of Home Fleet in Constantinople Strategos tou Karabisiani - (General of the Ships' Men) earlier title used for Naval Commander in charge of Home Fleet in Constantinople
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 **Protokarabos** - Co-captain of a ship (usually two of them onboard sharing command and not serving as Number One) **Protokarabos** - Co-captain of a ship (usually two of them onboard sharing command and not serving as Number One)
  
-====e.) Army Titles====+====e.) ​Byzantine ​Army Titles====
  
 **Exarchos** - (Exarch) Civil and military governor higher than other governors. ​ There were two, one in charge of the Exarchate of Carthage, and the other in charge of the Exarchate of Ravenna. ​ Like a Viceroy. **Exarchos** - (Exarch) Civil and military governor higher than other governors. ​ There were two, one in charge of the Exarchate of Carthage, and the other in charge of the Exarchate of Ravenna. ​ Like a Viceroy.
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-====f.) Special Titles====+====f.) ​Byzantine ​Special Titles====
  
 **Ethnarches** - General in charge of foreign troops or mercenaries **Ethnarches** - General in charge of foreign troops or mercenaries
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-====b.) Court and Administrative titles====+====b.) ​Ottoman ​Court and Administrative titles====
  
 **Vezir-i âzam/​Sadrazam** - Grand Vizier - Grand Chamberlain or equivalent to modern day Prime Minister **Vezir-i âzam/​Sadrazam** - Grand Vizier - Grand Chamberlain or equivalent to modern day Prime Minister
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-====c.) Military Titles====+====c.) ​Ottoman ​Military Titles====
  
 **Kaptan-ı Derya** - Supreme Commander of the Navy - Admiral of the Fleet **Kaptan-ı Derya** - Supreme Commander of the Navy - Admiral of the Fleet
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