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The Constitution of the Roman Republic

Author(s) By Andrew Lintott (Fellow and Reader in Ancient History, Fellow and Reader in Ancient History, Worcester College, Oxford).
Publisher Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780199261086
Practice Area Roman law
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 310
Published in United Kingdom
Published 27 Mar 2003
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Rome acquired her great empire under republican institutions. These institutions were held to be remarkably stable because they were a mixture of monarchy, oligarchy, and democracy, created by natural evolution not by a lawgiver. The Republic was also a classic example of a largely unwritten constitution, like that of Britain, and so it has bearing on modern political theory.

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