The senate, in which they were represented, had the sole and exclusive right of peace and war; of sending and receiving ambassadors; of entering into treaties and alliances; of appointing a chief magistrate or praetor
, as he was called, who commanded their armies, and who, with the advice and consent of ten of the senators, not only administered the government in the recess of the senate, but had a great share in its deliberations, when assembled.
Nevertheless, he accompanied his infamies with so much ability of mind and body that, having devoted himself to the military profession, he rose through its ranks to be Praetor
According to Evelyn, "the wise Solomon prescribed ordinances for the very distances of trees; and the Roman praetors
have decided how often you may go into your neighbor's land to gather the acorns which fall on it without trespass, and what share belongs to that neighbor.
She currently pursues a range of business, government, academic and charitable interests including: Director of Praetor
Legal; member of the Council of ADS, a major UK trade association for UK companies in the aerospace, defence, security and space sectors; Visiting Research Fellow, Kings College London; member, the Lord Chancellors Advisory Committee on Justices of the Peace; and Chairman of Trustees of Cairn, a charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse.
would become a priest, and the priest, a praetor
The states relation to one another remains uncertain: there is no praetor
to settle the disputes; the higher praetor
is the universal spirit existing in and for itself, the world spirit" (Hegel 1996a, 325) (2).
ait: "quo minus illi viam publicam iterve publicum aperire reficere liceat, dum ne ea via idve iter deterius fiat, vim fieri veto".
9: urbs amoto auxilio eorum intrapaucos dies capta et direpta est: praedam militibus praetor
Spartacus and other key characters in the novel, the praetor
This led to the former Roman Praetor
being forced to pay 45 million sesterces to the Sicilians in retribution for the artistic riches plundered from their public monuments and temples.
Hie cum magnificos praetor
ederet ludos et uberrime largiretur, plebis nequiens tolerare tumultum, indignis multa donari saepe urgentis, ut et liberalem se et multitudinis ostenderet contemptorem, accitos a Vaticano quosdam egentes, opibus ditaverat magnis (27.
11, 7, 2, 5 Si in locum publicis usibus destinatus intulerit quis mortuum, praetor
in eum judicium dat, si dolo fecerit: et erit extra ordinem plectandus, modica tamen coercitione.