One interesting publication of the late Empire was the Notitia Dignitatum a sort of Who's Who at least of official titles. In it one can find not only the Comes Orientis but also his sub-officials and a flock of other titles for positions of the Imperial bureaucracy that may have sometimes been located in Antioch.
Above we have the "insignia" of the Count as reproduced in a 16th century copy of the work. It shows the sixteen provinces that reported to the holder of the title.
Below is a list of functionaires that reported to the Count:
- Principem, qui de scola agentum in rebus ducenarius adorata clementia principali cum insignibus exit.(Chief of Cabinet)
- Cornicularium (sub-Chief)
- Commentariensem (daily record-keeper)
- Adiutorem (Aide)
- Ab actis (Archivist)
- Numerarios (Accountants)
- A libellis (Petition manager)
- Subadiuuas (sub-Aide)
- Exceptores et ceteros officiales.(secretaries & other official)