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13 October, 05:37

The highest elected position in the early Roman public what is the

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  1. 13 October, 06:39
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    Consul

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    The consul of the Roman Republic was the highest-ranking ordinary magistrate. Two consuls were elected for an annual term (from January through December) by the assembly of Roman citizens, the Centuriate Assembly. The consuls led the armies and the civil government in Rome, and it was the Roman assemblies which had the ultimate authority over elections, legislation, and criminal trials.
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