The legislative assemblies of the Roman Empire were political institutions in the ancient Roman Empire. During the reign of the second Roman Emperor, Tiberius, the powers that had been held by the Roman assemblies (the comitia) were transferred to the senate. The neutering of the assemblies had become inevitable for reasons beyond the fact that they were composed of the rabble of Rome. The electors were, in general, ignorant as to the merits of the important questions that were laid before them, and often willing to sell their votes to the highest bidder.

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  • Sous l’Empire, les pouvoirs que détiennent les assemblées perdent leur dernière apparence de puissance politique, les citoyens continuant à se rassembler à des fins d’organisation. Cependant, les assemblées sont finalement abandonnées. Articles connexes : Assemblées romaines et Constitution de l'Empire romain. Sous le règne du deuxième empereur, Tibère, les pouvoirs tenus par les assemblées législatives, ou comices, sont transférés au sénat. La neutralisation des comices est devenue inévitable en raison de leur décadence. Les comices sont abandonnées car elles comprennent la foule de Rome, des électeurs ignorants des valeurs des importantes affaires qui leur sont posées. En plus, les électeurs sont souvent disposés à vendre leurs votes à celui qui offre le plus d’argent. (fr)
  • The legislative assemblies of the Roman Empire were political institutions in the ancient Roman Empire. During the reign of the second Roman Emperor, Tiberius, the powers that had been held by the Roman assemblies (the comitia) were transferred to the senate. The neutering of the assemblies had become inevitable for reasons beyond the fact that they were composed of the rabble of Rome. The electors were, in general, ignorant as to the merits of the important questions that were laid before them, and often willing to sell their votes to the highest bidder. (en)
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  • * Roman Kingdom * Roman Republic * Roman Empire * Roman Law * Plebeian Council * Centuria
  • * Roman Dictator * Master of the Horse * Roman Senate * Cursus honorum * Byzantine Senate * Pontifex Maximus
  • * Curia * Roman consul * Praetor * Roman censor * Quaestor * Aedile
  • * Princeps senatus * Interrex * Promagistrate * Acta Senatus
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  • The legislative assemblies of the Roman Empire were political institutions in the ancient Roman Empire. During the reign of the second Roman Emperor, Tiberius, the powers that had been held by the Roman assemblies (the comitia) were transferred to the senate. The neutering of the assemblies had become inevitable for reasons beyond the fact that they were composed of the rabble of Rome. The electors were, in general, ignorant as to the merits of the important questions that were laid before them, and often willing to sell their votes to the highest bidder. (en)
  • Sous l’Empire, les pouvoirs que détiennent les assemblées perdent leur dernière apparence de puissance politique, les citoyens continuant à se rassembler à des fins d’organisation. Cependant, les assemblées sont finalement abandonnées. Articles connexes : Assemblées romaines et Constitution de l'Empire romain. (fr)
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  • Assemblées de l'Empire romain (fr)
  • Legislative assemblies of the Roman Empire (en)
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