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renewed and by a special enactment he received equal rights in provincial
administration and the command of armies, and the authority to hold a census
with Augustus. The lustrum was concluded in the spring of A.D. 14, but Tiberius
had no ...
In this aspect the views of the Princeps must prevail.1* The administration of
Rome and Italy was the concern of the Senate and ordinary magistrates, and
Augustus may well have intended that this should continue. At first he interfered
Each received a permanent garrison of four legions, commanded by consular
military legates: they were military zones, not provinces, and their civil
administration was the responsibility of the governor of Belgica. The legions were
quartered in ...
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