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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 ...
as a special corps: the Guard comprised nine infantry cohorts each one thousand
strong with a cavalry squadron attached and commanded by a tribune.1 It was
commanded by prefects, usually two in number, who were of equestrian rank; ...
To some extent the Equestrian Order benefited from Claudius' policy towards the
Senate and from his provincial policy: there were more posts for equestrian
officials. But although his outward relations with them continued to be friendly
and he ...
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