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exile at Smyrna.18 Saturninus also secured by a lex Appuleia de mciestate the
establishment of a court to try cases of treason, that is offences against the
maiestas of the Roman People, a crime which now began to replace the earlier
He defended Oppia- nicus who was accused of poisoning his step-son A.
Cluentius; the bribery at the trial was scandalous and did much to bring the
senatorial juries into disrepute (after the trial Quinctius in fact secured the
condemnation of ...
With his colleague Gabinius, he secured that provincials in Rome should not, in
their own interest, be allowed to borrow money, and Gabinius secured the right of
foreign embassies to meet the Senate. Cornelius' subsequent trial for maiestas ...
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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