What titles did Aetius carry in Rome and Gaul? What did they mean?

In Rome, Aetius bore the titles magister militum (supreme commander) and “patrician of Rome” (then it was a unique title, hereditary patricians have already died out). In Gaul, the Gauls called Aztia a comet or dux (military leader), and the Germans, apparently, a king.

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