Sulla's reforms

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How did Sulla take power?
He marched on Rome.
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What effect might this have had on future leaders?
Showed that if the situation was deemed dire enough, they could get away with seizing power.
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In whose favour did Sulla distribute power? (3 examples)
In favour of the Patricians and the senate. Took away the tribunes power of veto, stopped them from advancing any further up the cursus honorum and made sure juries were made up solely of senators.
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Which ancient office did Sulla give more power to and what did they do?
Censors. Regulated the morality and behaviour of citizens and senators.
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How did Sulla alter the way the cursus honorum worked? (2 examples)
Set minimum age limits, set ten year gaps between offices.
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What did Sulla abolish?
Cheap grain distribution.
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Whose side did this show he was on?
The Patricians.
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