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11/8/10 Roman Society Stable society-first and second centuries Distinctions of social and legal class Determined by wealth rather than ancestry, so movement is possible Rich are expected to put wealth to public use-build/maintain roads, repair aqueducts, feed/house troops
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11/8/10 Honestiores (better people)-legal protections, lesser punishments and immunity from torture Humiliores (lesser people)-no protections, even if they are Roman citizens Gradations in each group
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11/8/10 Honestiores Senators: Of 50-60 million people, only 1000 and their immediate families were in this class. Only this class can serve in the Senate Equestrians: 50, 000. Those who had served in the Roman cavalry, merchants, financiers and large property holders. A family had to be free-born for two generations to be
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11/8/10 Curiales: Largest class by 3rd century. Unsalaried magistrates who
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course MST 020A taught by Professor Blaircitron during the Fall '10 term at UC Davis.

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