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By way of compensation the Senate voted that his imperium should be enhanced
in two important ways: it should not lapse when he entered the pomerium (the
sacred boundary of the city) as did that of any other proconsul, and secondly it ...
This must certainly be an exaggeration: it is just possible that Augustus' imperium
was equated to that of the consuls and thus would be valid in Rome and Italy;12
alternatively he may have received some other specific rights enjoyed by a ...
Though Augustus himself did not mention it, there is general agreement that the
imperium which he exercised in the provinces from 23 was proconsular. But on
the thorny question as to the nature of his provincial imperium, whether consular
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