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Tradiţii istorice romane în istoria seviciilor de inteligence

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Excerpt The Roman Empire had a Secret Service, organized in two parts: one was military and the other one was civilian. These parts served indirectly the Emperor. The main troops engaged in the intelligence products were the frumentarii, the speculatores, exploratores and Praetorian Guard. The creation of the frumentarii like a component of “Roman Secret Service” is mentioned in the Reign of Hadrianus and this form was perpetuated till Diocletianus. The last one transformed the troops in the agentes in rebus. We discuss in this material only the Pricipate’s “Intelligence Service”.
Paginaţia 321-332
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  • Muzeul Naţional; XXV; anul 2013