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By J.B. Bury

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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. This seems very doubtful. A% Herzog observes, it is quaeque ex hardly conceivable that a jurist would a law conferring trib. pot. quaque lege, rogatione divum lAug(ustum) Tiberiumve Julium Carsarem Aug(ustum), Tiberiumve Claudium Ca^sarem Aug(ustum) Gernmnicum facere oportuit, ea omnia imp(eratori) Caesari Vespasiano designate (however amply extended) as a lex de imperio, as imperium and tribunician potestas are legally quite distinct conIt seems far more likely that ceptions.

The Emperor could specific law was applicable, came before influence this court in two ways, (1) as he was himself a member of it, and (2) by the right of intercession, which he possessed in justice, in court could try ; virtue of his tribunician power. * See below. Cha. VI. 34 GOVEENMENT OF PRINCEPS AND SENATE. CHAP. m. Besides the court of the consul, in which the senate acted as jury, He could pass judgment withthere was the court of the Emperor. out a jury, though he generally called in the aid of assessors, who body from the political Every case might come before his court as before that of the senate.

Honours except triumphs and the triumphal ornaments. Moreover, while an ordinary proconsul lost his imperium on leaving his troops, district, the Emperor lived in imperium, although Rome and Rome Italy without surrendering the were excepted from its The Emperor possessed also supreme command at sea, and had the praetorian guards, formed of Italian volunteers, at his operation. disposal, as a stationary garrison at Rome. In connection with the the sovran right which the Emperor possessed making war and peace but this was probably conferred upon Augustus by a special enactment, and was afterwards one of the prerogatives denned by the Lex de imperio.

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