By William D. Ross
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5). 1). 52 On the relationship between the vague titles archon, taxiarchos, and comes rei militaris, see PLRE 3: Theodorus 21 at 1251 and Stein 1949, 2:814–5. A. 53 For example, although a duke of the frontier army commanded significantly more men than a commander of a thousand in the field army, when the army of the duke combined with the field army of a general to repel an invasion, the commander of a thousand might temporarily outrank the duke because of his closer relationship with the commanding general.
One theory posits that recruitment was primarily voluntary by the sixth century, while the other maintains that conscription remained an important means of finding soldiers. 56 The regular conscription of this period was established by Diocletian and preserved in law. 57 The first theory argues that conscription had become unnecessary by the sixth century and had been replaced entirely by voluntary recruitment. ’59 Jones seemed surprised by his own conclusion, arguing that military service was not more attractive, pay was not improved, and abuses were rampant.
Further, contemporaries such as Menander could find it reasonable enough to report. That the Suani could be said to have so abruptly changed identity is indicative of its relative fluidity in the sixthcentury Mediterranean world. The second anecdote suggests similar transformation, but over the course of a generation rather than in a single moment. The commander Dabragezas was an Antian who served in the Byzantine army under the command of the general Martin in Lazica. His designation as an Antian and his non-Roman name set him apart very clearly.
Aristotele by William D. Ross