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Ancient Rome

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Politics and government of
Ancient Rome


Periods
Roman Kingdom
753 BC509 BC

Roman Republic
508 BC27 BC
Roman Empire
27 BC onwards

Principate
Western Empire

Dominate
Eastern Empire

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Constitution of the Empire
Constitution of the Late Empire
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Augustus
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Precedent and Law
Roman Law

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Mos maiorum
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Roman citizenship
Auctoritas
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