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A Conservatore of Rome (Italian - Conservatore di Roma) was one of three magistrates in medieval Rome, dividing power on the model of the ancient Roman consuls. Together with the Prior of the Caporioni, these three men formed the Roman Magistracy (il Magistrato Romano), the executive power in the city of Rome between the 13th century and the end of the papacy's temporal power in 1870. Their name is referred to the duty they have to overview and "preserve" the law (Statuta) of the city, together with the preservation of the monuments.

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  • Die Konservatoren von Rom oder die Camera Capitolina waren die drei Magistrate, die zusammen mit dem Prior der Caporioni den römischen Magistrat zwischen dem 13. Jahrhundert und 1870, dem Jahr des Endes der weltlichen Macht der Päpste, bildeten. Manchmal wurden sie auch Conservatores Camerae Alme Urbis genannt oder Conservatori del popolo romano. Diese Stadtmagistratur, welche die Exekutive vertrat, wurde in ihren Funktionen von den römischen Konsuln der Antike inspiriert.
  • Los Conservadores de Roma o de la Camera Capitolina (en italiano, Conservatori di Roma), también llamados Conservatores Camerae Alme Urbis,​ eran los tres magistrados que junto con el Priore dei Caporioni constituían el Magistrato Romano en la época comprendida entre el siglo XIII y el 1870. A veces también eran llamados «conservadores del pueblo romano» (conservatori del popolo romano).
  • I Conservatori di Roma o della Camera Capitolina erano i tre magistrati che, insieme al Priore dei Caporioni, costituivano il Magistrato Romano nel periodo compreso tra il XIII secolo e il 1870, anno della fine del potere temporale dei Papi. Talvolta, essi erano anche detti Conservatores Camerae Alme Urbis o Conservatori del popolo romano. Tale magistratura cittadina, che rappresentava il potere esecutivo, si ispirava nelle sue funzioni ai consoli romani dell'antichità.
  • A Conservatore of Rome (Italian - Conservatore di Roma) was one of three magistrates in medieval Rome, dividing power on the model of the ancient Roman consuls. Together with the Prior of the Caporioni, these three men formed the Roman Magistracy (il Magistrato Romano), the executive power in the city of Rome between the 13th century and the end of the papacy's temporal power in 1870. Their name is referred to the duty they have to overview and "preserve" the law (Statuta) of the city, together with the preservation of the monuments.
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  • A Conservatore of Rome (Italian - Conservatore di Roma) was one of three magistrates in medieval Rome, dividing power on the model of the ancient Roman consuls. Together with the Prior of the Caporioni, these three men formed the Roman Magistracy (il Magistrato Romano), the executive power in the city of Rome between the 13th century and the end of the papacy's temporal power in 1870. Their name is referred to the duty they have to overview and "preserve" the law (Statuta) of the city, together with the preservation of the monuments. The main tasks in which the Conservatori were involved were in accounting supervision of the Comune and to serve a special Tribunal for economic crimes. They have indeed a supervision duties for the public security in the main public ceremonies, like the Carnevale Romano and the proclamation of the new Pope. They were in charge of the decision to confer the Roman citizenship to the newcomers. The Conservatori were elected randomly for their temporary office amongst the Patrizi of the city.
  • Die Konservatoren von Rom oder die Camera Capitolina waren die drei Magistrate, die zusammen mit dem Prior der Caporioni den römischen Magistrat zwischen dem 13. Jahrhundert und 1870, dem Jahr des Endes der weltlichen Macht der Päpste, bildeten. Manchmal wurden sie auch Conservatores Camerae Alme Urbis genannt oder Conservatori del popolo romano. Diese Stadtmagistratur, welche die Exekutive vertrat, wurde in ihren Funktionen von den römischen Konsuln der Antike inspiriert.
  • Los Conservadores de Roma o de la Camera Capitolina (en italiano, Conservatori di Roma), también llamados Conservatores Camerae Alme Urbis,​ eran los tres magistrados que junto con el Priore dei Caporioni constituían el Magistrato Romano en la época comprendida entre el siglo XIII y el 1870. A veces también eran llamados «conservadores del pueblo romano» (conservatori del popolo romano).
  • I Conservatori di Roma o della Camera Capitolina erano i tre magistrati che, insieme al Priore dei Caporioni, costituivano il Magistrato Romano nel periodo compreso tra il XIII secolo e il 1870, anno della fine del potere temporale dei Papi. Talvolta, essi erano anche detti Conservatores Camerae Alme Urbis o Conservatori del popolo romano. Tale magistratura cittadina, che rappresentava il potere esecutivo, si ispirava nelle sue funzioni ai consoli romani dell'antichità.
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