During the 42 years of the rule of the Severan dynasty (193–235), several thousandpeople with the title of military tribune probably served in troops of the Roman Empire. Someof them then entered the Roman Senate, starting a public career (often a long-term career) andforming the core of the State government. The aim of this paper is to answer the following questions:What were the terms used in the inscriptions for military tribunate? How were tribunes appointedand how long did they hold their offices? How many military tribunes were there in theSeveran Period? How many of them are currently known and what territorial and social circles didthey come from?
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|Okoń, Danuta, MILITARY TRIBUNATE IN THE CAREERS OF ROMANSENATORS OF THE SEVERAN PERIOD.PART I: INTRODUCTORY ISSUES*||May 13, 2021|
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