The design of such Tudor and Stuart thrones--of which the largest group, with no less than five different examples, survives at Knole in Kent--derives from the curule
x-framed chairs used by Roman consuls and emperors.
Gneus Flavius, a scribe's son, very humble in origin but otherwise sagacious and eloquent, was made curule
Godolphin's seven Derby runners were Worldly Manner, who was seventh in 1999, China Visit sixth and Curule
seventh in 2000, Express Tour eighth in 2001, Essence of Dubai ninth in 2002, Regal Ransom eighth and Desert Party 14th in 2009.
Flaminius, had filled a curule
office, but were not yet in the senate, and they were taken according to the order of their previous appointments.
(27.) See JIMMY CURULE
, UNFUNDING TERROR: THE LEGAL RESPONSE TO THE FINANCING OF GLOBAL TERRORISM 176 (2008); HAMM, supra note 26, at 9-17, 196.
aediles allowed the victim of nonconforming performance to choose
He showed impressive political insight, great determination and, despite constant opposition, became quaestor in 68 BC, curule
aedilis in 65 BC, pontifex maximus (religious leader) in 63 BC, and eventually consul in 59 BC.