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perhaps he did not make it obligatory for all magistrates (besides the tribunes) to
secure the patrum auctoritas before presenting legislation to the People, since it
was from the tribunes rather than from the consuls that he feared possible ...
Caesar also controlled the magistrates. He increased their numbers, raising the
praetors from 8 to 16, the aediles from 4 to 6, and the quaestors from 20 to 40, but
he did not thereby increase their prestige. As dictator he was not subject to the ...
Thus by overshadowing both magistrates and Senate, Caesar was becoming
dangerously powerful. 10. caesar's autocracy In the last resort Caesar's power
might rest on the support of his legions and veterans, but it had been vested in
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