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  Consul - FreeEncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Consul was the highest elected office of the Roman Republic, which became an appointive office under the Empire.
The list of consuls for this state is incomplete, drawn from inscriptions and coins.
Therefore, when the Roman Empire was divided into two halves on the death of Theodosius I, the emperor of each half acquired the right of appointing one of the consuls -- although one emperors did allow his colleague to appoint both consuls for various reasons.
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 Vaal Triangle Info Encylopedia - Consul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
After the expulsion of Tarquinius Superbus and the ending of the Roman Kingdom, all the powers and authority of the King were given to the newly instituted Consuls.
The office of Consul was believed to date back to the traditional establishment of the Republic in 509 BC, although the early history is partly legendary, and the succession of Consuls is not continuous in the 5th century.
Therefore, when the Roman Empire was divided into two halves on the death of Theodosius I, the emperor of each half acquired the right of appointing one of the consuls— although one emperor did allow his colleague to appoint both consuls for various reasons.
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 Consul : Consulship
Two consuls were elected each year, they served together with veto power over each other's actions, and the year of their service was known by their names.
For instance, the year we commonly call 59 BC was called by the Romans "the year of Caesar and Bibulus," since the two colleagues in the consulship were Julius Caesar and Marcus Calpurnius Bibulus.
This rank was finally allowed to lapse in the reign of Justinian: first with the Roman consul in 534, Decimus Theodorius Paulinus, then the consul of Constantinople in 541, Flavius Basilius Junior.
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 List of late imperial Roman consuls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The List of Roman Consuls from the Death of Commodus
Consuls of the Roman Republic are listed in the List of Republican Roman Consuls.
Earlier consuls of the Roman Empire are listed in the List of Early Imperial Roman Consuls.
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 Consul   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Consuls executed both religious and military duties; the reading of the auguries was an essential step before leading armies into the field.
Therefore, when the Roman Empire was divided into two halves on the death of Theodosius I, the emperor of each half acquired the right of appointing one of the consuls- although one emperor did allow his colleague to appoint both consuls for various reasons.
Originally the consuls were to hold office for a period of ten years, although in 1802 Bonaparte was declared First Consul for life (lifetime consulate was introduced for Second and Third Consuls as well).
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 British Consulate -- Recommendations and Resources
Putting a list of all of the Roman Consuls at the end of this article is a Bad Idea.
The term consul was used as part of Bonaparte's attempt to liken himself to a Roman ruler of ancient times.
The consuls ran the Republic (along with the Senate) and were the highest ranking military figures.
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 Roman governors of Britain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
This is a partial list of governors of Britain under the Roman Empire.
Roman Britain was initially a consular province, which means its governors need to be appointed consul by Rome before they could govern it.
While this rank could be obtained either as a suffect or ordinares, a number of governors were consul ordinares, and also appear in the List of Early Imperial Roman Consuls.
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 Consuls of the Roman Republic
Here, Consuls are only given for the Roman Republic, ending with 27 BC, when Octavian was granted the title Augustus, by which he is then known as the first of the Roman Emperors, although the title Imperator ("commander") was already used.
The list of Consuls of the Roman Empire, or at least the Western Consuls at Rome right down "to Basilius," are now given on a popup page.
In the list of Consuls, there is another name that is given, the "filiation," or, as it would be called from Greek, the "patronymic," the name of one's father.
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 ipedia.com: Consul Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Initially only patricians could be consuls, and later the plebeians won the right to elect one of their own; the first plebeian consul was Lucius Sextius, in 366 BC.
While still a great honor and a requirement for other offices, many consuls during their long rules would resign part way through the year, to allow other men to hold the fasces as suffects.
The French consulate ceased to exist when Bonaparte was declared Emperor of France in 1804.
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 Roman calendar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
The Romans did not count the days of the month retrospectively, looking back to the first of the month (that is: 1st, 2nd day since the start of the month, 3rd day since the start of the month).
Instead they were named after the consuls who were in power at the beginning of the year (see List of Republican Roman Consuls).
Before 190 BC the alignment between the Roman and Julian years is determined by clues such as the dates of harvests mentioned in the sources.
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 List of Early Imperial Roman Consuls | Roman Consul Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
''cos.'') was the highest elected office of the Roman Republic and an appointive office under the Roman EmpireEmpire.
The office of consul was believed to date back to the traditional establishment of the Republic in 509 BC, although the early history is partly legendlegendary, and the succession of consuls is not continuous in the 5th century BC5th century.
One of the reforms of Constantine I of the Roman EmpireConstantine I was to assign one of the consuls to the city of Rome, and the other to Constantinople.
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 ROMAN HISTORY: Indo-Europeans, ca
The Romans believed that a group which did not meet during the day in public view was either a cult with political designs or one which practiced cannibalism and murder.
With the Roman sense of law, it was difficult for the Romans to initiate the type of persecution which could have effectively destroyed Christianity.
The Roman, Aetius, defeated the Huns at Chalons in 451.
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 Dead Romans: Coins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Roman coins offer a unique view into ancient Roman life because they were used by almost everyone on a daily basis, from the emperor down to the Head Count.
Early in the Empire the reverse side of a coin had few words--usually it just said "SC" to indicate the coin was minted Senatus Consulto, "by decree of the Senate", or it had the abbreviated name of the god or goddess pictured there.
Imperial coins usually have lots of titles on them because the emperor is reinforcing the idea that he is legally the leader by virtue of holding all the offices of the Republic, as well as newer titles including Caesar, Augustus, and Imperator (from which we take the word "emperor").
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 Consul biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Initially only patricians could be consuls, but later the plebeians won the right to stand for election; the first plebeian consul was Lucius Sextius, in 366 BC.
This rank was finally allowed to lapse in the reign of Justinian: first with the consul of Rome in 534, Decimus Theodorius Paulinus, then the consul of Constantinople in 541, Flavius Basilius Junior.
List of Late Imperial Roman Consuls (after AD 192)
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 A Biblical Interpretation of World History, Chapter 8, Part 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
From this the Romans learned that a willingness to fight for as long as it took was a characteristic they had and their opponents lacked; this meant that although they frequently lost their battles, they usually won their wars.
In 216 the Romans raised another army, and they sent it north thinking that all they had to do was fight in a place with no water at their backs.
Romans couldn't believe that one of their own would force them to justify their exploitation of the conquered, and though Caesar lost the case, he won national exposure.
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 UNRV History - Roman Empire
That is to say, one chapter will adhere to the traditional focus of Roman history by exploring the political machinations of the imperial court as well as the major military initiatives of the legions during a given time frame.
The list of consuls continues into the imperial period, where the office was more symbolic than one of power.
The emergence of Christianity in the Roman Empire was based on many factors, and its spread was an indication of massive social upheaval and changing environments.
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A lot of Soviet T-26s were abandoned or destroyed during 1941 battles of the WWII, then this type came out of use.
List of members of the 108th United States Congress
List of members of the 107th United States Congress.
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 t 28
The armour of the T-28 was found to be too thin and after the Winter War production was halted and the tank replaced by the T-34.
See also: List of tanks, List of Soviet tanks.
List of ships of the United States Navy
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 Site Contents at the free Online Encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
List of British TV shows remade for the American market
List of British place names and their meanings
In a household, clothes hangers are the single one item that you own the most of, yet no one can name even one brand?
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 List of Consuls
The following list of Consuls, beginning with the foundation of the Republic in 509 BC, is taking largely from the list of Varro compiled in the 1st century BC.
After 300 BC and through the end of the Imperial period, the Consular lists are widely accepted and known.
List of Roman Consuls - Related Topic: Birth of the Roman Republic
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 Roman States   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
A significant garrison along a major road since Roman times, mention might be made of the heroic (but ultimately unsuccessful) defense of the town by Cia, wife of the Lord of Forli, against beseiging Papal troops in 1357.
Nevertheless, it is a fair record of what people in Imperial times believed regarding the origins of the state, and as such, it very likely preserves some genuine recollection of early tribal rulers.
The Holy Roman Empire renounces all pretensions to Roman territory, and recognizes the Pope as sovereign Prince of the City, 1st of August, 1177.
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 Glossary of Terms -- C102   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
The breastplate of Augustus depicts (in the center) the return by the Parthians of the standards of Crassus' three legions which were lost at the devastating Battle of Carrhae in 53 BC.
consul - chief political office in Rome; two were elected annually and Romans kept track of the years by memorizing the names of consuls every year (see Livy).
Consuls had power over the military and the right to call the Senate and the people to assembly.
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 Wikinfo | Classics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Classics (or Classical Studies), particularly within the Western University tradition, when used as a singular noun, means the study of the language, literature, history, art, and other aspects of Greek and Roman culture during the time frame known as classical antiquity.
He was ranking writers according to the classification of the Roman taxation classes.
Moreover, early Christian Church Fathers used this term to classify authoritative texts of the New Testament.
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 Consul Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
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The Silures, with the help of Caratacus, revolt against the Roman Britain.
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 List of early imperial Roman consuls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Helvius Pertinax II Consuls of the Roman Republic are listed in the List of Republican Roman Consuls.
Consuls of the Roman Empire are continued in the List of Late Imperial Roman Consuls.
This page was last modified 03:43, 13 June 2005.
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