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Max Cary. ment , governors . Romans made it a general practice to entrust to the
provincials a generous measure of local self - government . Wherever the
process of urbanisation had been carried far enough , and municipal
governments with ...
The example of illicit exactions in the provinces was set by the Moneygovernors
themselves . Roman magistrates on duty outside of Italy making by were
provided with kit - money and journey - money . In the event of Roman governors
. a ...
ality , and of the connivance of rapacious or weak governors , to search the
pockets of the natives . ... and sometimes did not wait cani ” and to assure
themselves of the connivance of the governor before they usurers . fleeced the
tax - payers .
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A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine
M. Cary,H. H. Scullard
Anteprima non disponibile - 1976