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Unformatted text preview: 18:38 Augurium (Kings-Consus) Auctoritas (Senate) Imperium (Populuspeople) Religious Ways (Numa made religious ways, Civis) Civitas = Citizenship ius= right, Privilage Iura were known as the Roman Rights of citizenship Four essentials to being a citizen Religio (Entire participation of Roman State religion) Connubium (The right of marriage) Commercium (Contracts between citizens enforceable through Roman Law) o Contracts not with Roman citizens were not protected under Commercium Suffragium (Suffrage, right to vote) Women were not qualified to vote, they did take part in political processes but they were not allowed to actually vote, partially because they were not considered full adults or fully human Latin people could come to Rome and be considered under the first 3 essentials and if they served in the Roman Army they could be considered for the fourth as well. First 3 out of 4 is considered partial citizenship, but all four is full citizenship in Rome Non latins eventually accessed these things towards 200 BCE Jews in Rome , excluded from Religio Written contracts were not considered as important as oral contracts, with people under oath Religio: Religious ways and timeways are intersected on three levels Established by Numa o Defining what a day is o Month o Year First day of Roman Month called a Kalends...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course NES 2644 taught by Professor Laurenmonroe during the Spring '11 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).
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