Institutions of the republic

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Cursus Honorum
The path of offices that Roman men of the aristocracy travelled
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Mos mairorum
The model of behaviour that Roman men spired to
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What are the seven atributes
Gravitas, Dignitas, Statio, pietas, Dominatio, Clemntia, Liverlitas
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What is gravitas?
High minded seriousness
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What is Dignitas?
Worth and grandeure
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What is statio?
rank or position
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What is pietas?
Sense of obligation to society and family and gods
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What is dominatio?
The state of being master of slaves but later extended to control over all
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What is clementia?
The act of being generous to political adverseries
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What is Liveralitas?
Kindness and generosity
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What is imperium?
The military power bestowed on consuls through which they controlled the state
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What is the Res Publica?
Te public concern?
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Who was in the second triumvirate?
Marc Anthony, Augustus and Lepidus
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Who was the battle of philipi?
The second triumvirate and Brutus and Cassius
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