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History of Greece and Rome-Mar.5 "Roman Government"

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Department
History
Course
HISTORY 1M03
Professor
Sean Corner
Semester
Winter

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March5Municipium allyprovince o Up until provinces dependant were to provide troops rather than paying taxes Provinces had Governors had ultimate ruling power supervised affairs and hear petitions of the people o Province governor with ultimate power army and tax publicanitax collectors contractors under governors supervision but still local selfgovernment out of necessity ndo Early 2 centuryno regular levying of troops instead provinces were required to pay taxesDemands of an empire on Roman state number of praetors prorogationproconsulspropraetors o Roman commanders had to be governor as wellwhile there remained only two consuls the number of praetors was upped to eight Prorogation of office extension of tenure in officeproconsuls and propraetors no longer held authority in Rome but have power in the empireExtension of military service from militia of citizensoldiers to professional armyo The terms of service were extended not only for commanders but also for soldiers as a result of extended warfare and garrisoning in provincesA broader less exclusive aristocracy from patricians to nobles nobiles o Wealthy pleb
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