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2015-07-01T19:57:23+08:00

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a governor of a province in ancient Rome, having much of the authority of a consul. ! :)
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Like a propraetor, the proconsul was someone who acted as if (pro) he were an official magistrate. He could have all the powers of a consul, but was, in fact, a former consul whose term in office was prolonged (prorogatio). 
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