This is the center of all public life, and is a large open space surrounded by buildings devoted to politics, law, religion, and business.
Gold of Tolosa
This consists of more than 50,000 pieces that were taken when Servilia's grandfather, Caepio the Elder, raided a city.
Caesar requests the pro-consulship of this, and is the territory he sets out to conquer at the end of the book.
These have more legislative power, but are considered socially inferior.
This refers to the original Roman aristocracy.
This is a governing body that controls the Treasury and the money of Rome.
This refers to a gathering of the Roman citizens to conduct governmental and legal affairs.
This group elects the magistrates known as curule aediles and the quaestors.
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