Kamm_(13-31) - Kamm: 13-30 "The Republic" After 367...

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Kamm: 13-30 “The Republic” After 367 consulship usually held by plebeian (consul: consult the people of the senate) o During times of conflict consul could act as dictator, exercising complete control for up to 6 months o Called “master of the infantry” 356 BC, Gaius Marcius Rutilus first plebeian dictator. Pontifex Maximus responsible for: o Matters of state religion, the calendar, presiding over state ceremonies, and nominating vestal virgins. Censor: chief registrar, financial/tax officer, over public works, wide disciplinary powers. o Office instituted in 444BC and held by first plebeian, Gaius Marcius Rutilus(351bc) o Usually restricted to those who had ‘climbed the ladder.’ o Held office for only 18 months Praetor: chief law officers/judge, understudy to consuls, provincial governer o First plebeian in 337BC Aedile: supervisor of public works, temples, markets, games. Quaestor:
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course CC 302 taught by Professor Galinsky during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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Kamm_(13-31) - Kamm: 13-30 "The Republic" After 367...

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