They calculated a proscription quota needed to raise the necessary funds, and each triumvir prepared a list of enemies, troublemakers, and wealthy neutrals used to fill that quota.
What does III.VIR stand for?
III.VIR stands for Triumvir (Latin: board of three, Epigraphy)
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In this market for Dublin matches this year, Ladbrokes have seen the majority of the money on the attacking triumvir of Bernard Brogan, Diarmuid Connolly and Kevin McManamon.
she concluded that the twin sculpture was produced by an Egyptian artist at the end of the Ptolemaic period, after Roman triumvir Mark Antony recognized his twins in 37 B.
It fell apart after Crassus died and the other two triumvirs fought a civil war, during which Pompey was killed and Caesar established his famous sole rule.
5), as if the human demarcation of Europe, Africa, and Asia determined its shape, and Menas calls the triumvirs "world-sharers" (2.
In addition, stray policy initiatives such as the embargo, and those of Congress's appropriations for road construction to which the Virginian triumvirs (Jefferson, Madison, and James Monroe) agreed, provided precedents to which later, more systematic usurpers could point.
The young African made his serious way along the various steps of the normal cursus honorum, with a tour of duty as triumvir capitalis, later quaestor of Sicily, aedile plebis and finally, praetor.