Early Govt Ancient Rome

Early Govt Ancient Rome - Study Guide: Early Government -...

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Study Guide: Early Government - Ancient Rome → Senate → Basically a Council of Elders → About 300 Senators → Technically could not pass laws but had the force of a law → Assigned duties to magistrates → Controlled money → Foreign affairs → Provinces → Religion → Never paid → Magistrates → Annual → 2 consuls → Granted imperium → Command army → Life/ death of any soldiers (outside of Rome) → Auspices → Convene Senate → Convene some Assemblies (Centuriate and Tribal) → Praetors (8) → Stand in for a consul → Imperium → Judges → Aediles → 2 Plebeian and 2 Patrician → Regulating and policing → Carry out certain festivals → This was the position required to hold in order to become senator → Quaestors (2) → Pay soldiers → Treasury → 10 Tribunes of the Plebs (tr. pl.) → Plebeian office → Only Plebeians vote for office → Convene and preside over Plebeian Assembly → Sacrosanct → Person was sacred → Anyone harms them could be put to death immediately
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HISTORY 207 taught by Professor Detreville during the Summer '07 term at N.C. State.

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