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pAna la 1866, Bucharest: Nemira Publishing.
Legalism arose in Republican Rome and remained the predominant legal order in the last centuries of the Republic (450 BC--27 BC) and the early Principate
(27 BC--284 AD).
The republic lived on, albeit in a new phase, the Principate
, in place of the earlier Consulate.
In the Histories he called Venice "a republic that, through its institutions and its power, must be celebrated above every other principate
in Italy" (1.
1990), Between Republic and Empire: Interpretations of Augustus and His Principate
He presents examples from the period from 70 BC to AD 200 and beyond that shows the changes in the exercise of civic patronage as Rome emerged from the civil wars of the Late Republic and became a Principate
It was this Principate
," Sherrard declared, "with the authority attached to it, that the pope was claiming on the grounds that the Roman church alone was the apostolica sedes.
Doyle calls this sensitive point the "Augustan threshold," referring to the deep and momentous reforms that emperor Augustus undertook, paving the way from the Roman Republic to the Principate
Roman Military Service: Ideologies of Discipline in the Late Republic and the Early Principate
11) Because of the size of the army, the imperial governors had to be politically reliable, members of the aristocracy of the Principate
a progenitor is not sufficient for founding a principate
Writers look specifically at three periods: the Republic, the Principate
and the late Roman world.