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To handle this burning matter successfully, he clearly would need further political
support. It was — therefore perhaps with this in mind that he tried to win help from
— the Equites, or he may merely have felt that they could usefully be ...
after Gaius' second law in favour of the Equites, the jury would consist of
members of that Order. At first Gaius had probably mooted the idea of adding
some 300 members of the equestrian order to the Senate and leaving the court in
the hands ...
By the lex Amelia the Senatorial monopoly of the law-courts, which Sulla had
enacted, came to an end, and in future they were to be empanelled in equal
numbers from three groups: senators, Equites and tribuni aerarii.9 As this last
group had ...
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