TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «INTERREGES»
The term «interreges» is used very little and occupies the 183.736
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INTERREGES»
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Social Struggles in Archaic Rome: New Perspectives on the ...
For example, let us examine Momigliano's assumption that “the first legal
definition of the patrician group among the senators” was their right to become
interreges.28 4. Interrex and patrum auctoritas The existence of the title interrex (
as well ...
A dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities, ed. by W. Smith
Ill) supposes that the first interreges were exclusively Ramnes, and that they were
the Decern Primi, or ten leading senators, of whom the first was chief of the whole
senate. (Compare Walter, Uescli. de* Rim. RechU, p. 22.) The interreges ...
Greek antiquities, sir William Smith, 1842
A Smaller Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: ...
These ten interreges were the Decern Primi, or ten leading senators, of whom the
first was chief of the whole senate. The interreges agreed among themselves
who should be proposed as king, and if the senate approved of their choice, they
The Praetorship in the Roman Republic : Volume 1: Origins to ...
A. Magdelain has reacted against the "ownership" hypothesis/'" He starts by
observing that, down until the late 50s, virtually all known interreges were
patrician ex-consuls or ex-consular tribunes/'1 Magdelain then uses this fact to try
T. Corey Brennan Assistant Professor of Latin Bryn Mawr College, 2001
The Consul at Rome: The Civil Functions of the Consuls in ...
In the consular year297/6Q. Fabius Maximus Rullianus was thefirst attested
consul to act as president over elections.4 From then on, the presidency of
dictators and interreges became exceptional,5 and it was more commonly the
consuls who ...
Francisco Pina Polo, 2011
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities
Niebuhr" supposes that the first interreges wero exclusively Ramnes, and that
they were the decern primi, or ten leading senators; of whom the first was chief of
the whole senate." The interreges agreed among themselves who should be ...
William Smith, Charles Anthon, 1870
The Magistrates of the Roman Republic: 99 B.C.-31 B.C
Three Interreges before election of college of 396 (5.17.4). 392 362: Consuls
abdicated; three Interreges (Liv. 5.31.8). 391 363: Tr. Mil. c. p. enter office Kal.
Quinctilis (Liv. 5.32.1). 389 365: Two Interreges before election of Tr. Mil. c. p. (Liv
Thomas Robert Shannon Broughton, 1952
Patricians and plebeians: the origin of the Roman state
Our information about those who became interreges after the war is more reliable
simply because we have more biographical detail. On the other hand, the
number of interreges dramatically decreased after the Second Punic War, which
Richard E. Mitchell, 1990
alii interreges *) et tandem vix septimo mense Domitius et Messalla consules facti
honorem inierunt. Dio Cass. 40. 17. Cn. (Domitius) Calvinus et Valerius Messalla
vix iandem septimo rnense consules creati sunt. cf. cap. 45. Idem cap. 46.
Heads of State of Poland: Heads of State of the People's ...
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