Magistrates in Rome

Magistrates in Rome

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The Magistrates were a class which included all the bureaucrats involved in running the state machine – including Consuls (elected prime ministers), Tribunes (anti-senators, protectors of the plebs), Praetors (judges), Censors (tax collectors and censors) and Aediles (in charge of urban planning, markets, games and funerals). There were also a number of lesser functions.

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