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Political institutions of ancient Rome

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Political institutions of ancient Rome

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Ancient Rome
Periods
Roman Constitution
Ordinary magistrates
Extraordinary magistrates
Titles and honours
Precedent and law

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]

Contents

  • Constitutions 1
  • Laws 2
  • Legislatures 3
  • State offices 4
  • Lists of individual office holders 5
  • Political factions 6
  • Social ranks 7
  • Glossary of law and politics 8
  • Miscellaneous 9
  • Notes 10

Constitutions

Laws

Legislatures

State offices

Lists of individual office holders

Political factions

Social ranks

Glossary of law and politics

Miscellaneous

Notes

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