Political institutions of ancient Rome

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Various lists regarding the political institutions of ancient Rome are presented.[1] Each entry in a list is a link to a separate article. Categories included are: constitutions (5), laws (5), and legislatures (7); state offices (28) and office holders (6 lists); political factions (3) and social ranks (8). A political glossary (35) of similar construction follows.[2]

Laws [ edit ]

Legislatures [ edit ]

State offices [ edit ]

Lists of individual office holders [ edit ]

Political factions [ edit ]

Social ranks [ edit ]

Glossary of law and politics [ edit ]

Miscellaneous [ edit ]

Notes [ edit ]

  1. ^ Cf., History of Rome (disambiguation).
  2. ^ A. Berger, Encyclopedic Dictionary of Roman Law (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society 1953).
  3. ^ Patricians versus Plebs.
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