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THE ROMAN STATE IN THE THIRD CENTURY B.C. § T. THE ROMAN
CONSTITUTION. APPARENT DEFEcTS AFTER the war with King Pyrrhus the
history of Rome advances to a new stage. Its scene henceforth extends from Italy
to the ...
In the second century the Roman constitution reverted in effect to a rigidly
aristocratic type. A nobility which enjoyed no statutory privilege, like that of the old
-time patriciate, had constituted itself as Inadc- an exclusive governing caste by
Ambiguities of Augustus1 constitution. Its essential merits and long duration. tions
without submitting them to the Senate for confirmation. In addition to this regularly
constituted committee, Augustus also convened from time to time informal ...
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