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formed by Romulus; served for life; administered laws and decrees; controlled treasury and collected taxes; appointe dmilitary commanders; received foreign ambassadors and ratified treaties with foreign powers
army organized into centuries with groups of equites (cavalry), hoplites, and proletarians (unarmed men); met on Campus Martius; elected consuls, praetors, and censors; voted
one year; imperium; preceded by 12 lictors on formal occasions; could veto the other; alternated in office
2; assessed property and assigned citizens to gentes, curia, and centuries; enforced public morality; could appoint senators; could expel senators; 5 years; no imperium
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