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    What Is A Tribune

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    A tribune is basically an officer of the Roman army they were below the legate and above the centurion. So they are basically the middle rank in the Roman army. They give commands to everyone that is under them and take orders from everyone that is above them. I wonder what it was like being in the Roman army. What type of weapons and armor did they use to defeat their enemies. How did they rank up in the Roman army was it by their loyalty or by how many kills they got in each battle. The people chose who will be in the Roman army. They do this so they know who is protecting them from danger. I think they did this so they felt protected. Cause if they don 't feel protected then they need to get different people in the Roman army. The whole…

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    The Roman Tribune

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    A tribune originates from the Latin word tribunus which is a military or civil official from Rome (www.britannica.com). Roman tribunes have three main groups their separated into. A tribune who is assistant to a legion commander, a tribunus cohortis which would be a commander of a cohort military unit, and a tribunus cohortis urbane which is a urban cohort commander (www.tribunes and triumphs.org). Tribunes were chosen by the people most of the time and the people chose the noble men to be…

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    Roman Tribune, you may ask? First, let 's break the word up. In roman, the word means a native, inhabitant, or citizen of ancient or modern Rome. The word tribune is a person who upholds and defends the rights of the people. A Roman Tribune is an officer or leader the people chose to protect and have a voice to their rights to be citizens of the country. There were also many army tribunes and treasury tribunes to keep the peace and the enforce the people. It was created for the people to…

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    Back in the day a roman tribune was used to keep the peace.They defended the rights of the people when they couldn’t speak for themselves.It’s a person of a higher status that can communicate what the people want. Just like everything else there are always two sides, the good and the bad and the rich and the poor. The poor people were not able to get what they wanted and what they thought was right.The rich people even though they had stability they didn’t have the right to vote and were…

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    Tribunes In Ancient Rome

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    Back in the days of Ancient Rome, tribunes were some of the most feared and respected people in society. There were many different types of tribunes. These tribunes all had different roles and played major parts in the Roman society. The most common type of tribune was an elected position whose job was to defend the civil and religious liberties of the Roman people, to protect them from oppression from nobles, and to solve certain military issues (TribunesAnd Triumphs.org). The word…

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    Roman Tribune Essay

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    A roman tribune, also known as a Roman Tribunus in Latin, is elected as a chief officer chosen by the people to protect them from any oppression from the patricians. Roman Tribunes were six of the most senior in the legions. These Roman soldiers were usually ranked above the centurions. In modern times, these roman soldiers are just about the equivalent to law enforcements in our time, and they protected the citizens from oppression. There were three ranks; Tribune, Tribunus Cohortis, and…

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    There are many different types of tribunes. There are Military Tribunes, Roman Tribunes, Consular Tribunes, and Plebeian Tribunes. I will cover all of the important Tribunes. The main Tribune I will be discussing is the Roman Tribune. The word Tribune comes from the word Tribe. Today I will be discussing the Roman Tribune and their role in society. I will also be discussing Why Marullus and Flavian are worried about Caesar. In this paper I will hit on some important facts about the Roman…

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    What is a Roman tribune? A Roman tribune is soldier who is selected by the citizens ,the Roman people in this case, to help protect the people from oppressive government leaders ,who would try to take the people 's rights ,and make sure the citizens upheld the laws the government made. Having a tribune kept an equal balance of equality to keep the people from attempting treason against their leaders and keeping the leaders from becoming dictators over the people and abusing their power. In order…

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    Has anyone ever wondered what a Roman tribune is? “A Roman tribune is an officer or magistrate chosen by the people, to protect them from the oppression of the patricians, or nobles and to defend their liberties against any attempts that might be made upon them by the senate or consuls” (Alchin). The leader of a tribe was known as the ‘tribunus’, which is ‘tribune’ in Latin. A tribune has ten ordinary people in it. These ten people hold a good deal of power and have the ability to dismiss any…

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    A Roman tribune is an officer or magistrate chosen by the people, to protect them from the oppression of the patricians, or nobles, and to defend their liberties against any attempts that might be made upon them by senate and counsels. The Latin word for tribune was tribunes. The word was originally used to indicate an officer connected with a tribe(tribus), or who represented a tribe for a certain purpose. This was indeed the character of the officers who were designated by it in the…

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