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He further lost both the precedence (mains imperium) over all other magistrates and pro- magistrates which a consul enjoyed, and the various rights in connection with senate and assembly attached to the conHe had, lastly, no further claim sulship. ' These losses were made good by a number of special rest his measures CHAP. ; ii. but unwilling to position in Piome on the pro- consular imperium, Augustus "brought forward into special prominence his tribuniciapotestas. . " C. THE ORIGIN OF THE TITLE PRINCEPS.

THE ELECTION OF THE E. PRINCEPS. (enatus)ve oportebit senatus con- facere, remittere, : quis huiusce legis ergo adversus leges rogationes plebisve scita senatusve consulta fecit, fecerit, sive, Si Tiberioque Claudio Caesari Aug(usto) ac ; imperatore Cassare Vespasiano Aug(usto) iussu mandatuve eius a quoqu'e sunt, ea perinde iusta rataq(ue) sint ac si populi plebisve iussu acta ii. document (Corp. Inscr. p. 167) liceat utique quas ante hanc legem rogaacta, gesta decreta imperata ab tam 485). The fragment 25 In stating that the proconsular imperium was conferred exclusively by the senate, and could not be conferred by tt e army, I have adopted the view which is well defended by Herzog (Gesch.

I). THE LEX DE IMPERIO. There is extant on a large bronze tablet, which Cola di Rienzi caused to be fixed up in the Church of St. C. and followcessors. ing years. This law is designated by jurists as the lex de imperio or the lex rcgia. Moninisen identifies it with the lex which CHAP. NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. ii. invested the Emperors with the tribunicia tus) Tiberiusve lulics Carsar Augustus Tiberiusque Claudius Cajgar potestas, supposing that the sphere of that Aug- potestas was denned and extended by a (ustus) Germanicus tenerentur, iis legibus plebisque scitis imp(erator) Ca>sar solutus Vespasianus sit; number of special clauses.

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