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Classical Studies
CLST 101
Christina Zaccagnino

Week 7 Lec 2 Feb 5 February-05-13 9:49 PM  264 BCE only have control of penisulla  Cartiginian empire o South part of Spain o Corsica and Sardinia o Part of Sicily o North Africa  After 1st Punic War Rome has control of oversea territories  241BCE 1st oversea province-Sicily o Administration give to the senate o Senate was also given charge of all subsequent provinces  To be a province meant they had to pay tribute to Rome allies did not pay  Provincia o Territorial possession o Sphere of military activity o Governors (proconsuls/propraetors)  Governors had generally already held the office of consul of praetor o Especially in provinces where there was strong need for military  The senate decided the governors from its own ranks  Assignments usually done by lot  Quaestors elected each year dealt with financial dealings  One or more legati (sg. Legatus)were their subordinates  Praefecti (sg. Praefectus)=prefects  Comites=companions o Loyal friends  Scribes, attendants and lictors all went with the governor to the province  The main duties of a governor were o To promote roman interests o Maintain order and peace  Protect it against foreign enemies and domestic agitators  To serve as judge in legal disputes  Consilium= council  At 17 Pompey started his political career under the protection of his father o He was a counciler  Heroic Nudity o Young body o Portrait is a realistic
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