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The archaic community of the Romans, by Robert E.A. Palmer.

Cambridge [England] University Press, 1970.
ISBN 0521077028, , 9780521077026

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Subjects Constitutional history -- Rome.
Constitutional history.
Political science.
Rome (Empire)
Rome -- 510-265 av. J.-C. (République)
Rome -- Politics and government.
Rome -- Politique et gouvernement.
Römisches Reich.
Description ix, 328 pages maps 24 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-306).
Contents The Problem -- Three, Thirty and Three Hundred -- Varro's Squared Colony -- Other Systems -- The Israelite System -- Hellenic Systems -- The Etruscan Systems -- The Iguvine System -- German Systems -- Non-Roman Curias -- What Was a Curia? -- Definitions of a Curia -- Curias' Proper Names -- Curial Origins and Religion -- Old and New Curias -- The Twenty-Seven Argei -- Feasts and Flamens -- The Seven Hills -- 'Kinds of Romans' -- Curial Lands -- The Thirty Curias and Three Tribes -- Quirites -- Quirinus -- Roman Curias and the Latin Festival -- Communion and Community -- Evocation -- The Communion of Earth -- The Curiate Law -- The Curiate Constitution -- The Curiate Civil System -- 'Patres, Patricii, Plebs' -- Procedure in the Curiate Assembly -- The Powers of the Curiate Assembly -- Some Republican Interregna -- The Consular Tribunate -- The Fathers and the Plebs -- The New Senate -- The Deterioration of Patrician Domination -- A Summary of the Curiate Constitution.
Geographic Area Italy
Network Numbers (OCoLC)100678
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WorldCat Identities Palmer, Robert E. A.
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