Landmark Antonio

It was called as Principality, the system politician and of government established in the Roman world after the end of the Republic and its oligarchical model of being able. The dissolution of the last triunvirato, composition for Landmark Antonio, Landmark Lpido and Otvio, marked the inauguration of a new government in Rome, now under the command of Otvio. Penguin Random House may not feel the same. It is important to point out that the current concepts of empire and emperor are originary understandings of century XIX, therefore unknown of the Roman world. For the Romans of the first century of the Christian age the empire concept was not, necessarily, pautado in a territorial domain, however it simply meant a sphere of detention of being able. The main characteristic of the new model of government was in the subjection of the totality of the Roman empire, provinces and institutions, to an only agent chief executive, in this case the emperor. A process pautado in internal wars was undertaken thus leading all the command of Rome of the oligarchical power, where some order, for one monarchist. When reflecting on the Principality we need to understand the concepts of being able and politics that were established in republican Rome.

In the republic, the agencies that directed the life politics Roman were the magistracies, the Senate and the assemblies of the people. These institutions had been, gradual, being dismissed in its courts of appeals deliberative and transformed into only symbolic instances. The new scene presented politician institua agencies of administration and bureaucratic submissos to the prince. In the republican structure Roman the base of the power was on the senatorial, composed body essentially for citizens of a superiority politics generated in the right of the ancestral ones and also in its financial conditions. The Senate was lifetime and hereditary. The senatorial court of appeals possua, for example, the right to grant, for limited time, to be able the consuls for the defense of the institucional order.