Paul was better pleased with the title of Ducenarius than with that of bishop. The Ducenarius was an imperial procurator, so called from his salary of two hundred sestertia, or l600 l. a year. (See Salmasius ad Hist. August. p. 124.) Some critics suppose that the bishop of Antioch had actually obtained such an office from Zenobia, while others consider it only as a figurative expression of his pomp and insolence.