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The constitution of the late Roman Empire was an unwritten set of guidelines and principles passed down, mainly through precedent, which defined the manner in which the late Roman Empire was governed. As a matter of historical convention, the late Roman Empire emerged from the Roman Principate (the early Roman Empire), with the accession of Diocletian in AD 284, his reign marking the beginning of the Tetrarchy. The constitution of the Dominate ultimately recognized monarchy as the true source of power, and thus ended the fiction of dyarchy, in which emperor and Senate governed the empire together.

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  • Constitution of the Late Roman Empire
  • Constitución del Bajo Imperio romano
  • Constituição do Dominato
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  • The constitution of the late Roman Empire was an unwritten set of guidelines and principles passed down, mainly through precedent, which defined the manner in which the late Roman Empire was governed. As a matter of historical convention, the late Roman Empire emerged from the Roman Principate (the early Roman Empire), with the accession of Diocletian in AD 284, his reign marking the beginning of the Tetrarchy. The constitution of the Dominate ultimately recognized monarchy as the true source of power, and thus ended the fiction of dyarchy, in which emperor and Senate governed the empire together.
  • La constitución del Bajo Imperio romano fue un conjunto no escrito de directrices y principios transmitidos principalmente a través de los precedentes. La Constitución del Principado romano (al inicio del Imperio Romano), establecida implícitamente por el emperador Augusto en el siglo I a.C., rigió el "Imperio Romano" durante tres siglos. Diocleciano se convirtió en emperador en 284, y su gobierno marcó el fin del Principado y el comienzo de la "Dominación" (del latín dominus). La constitución del Dominado reconoció una forma de autarquía, en última instancia, como la verdadera fuente de poder, y así terminó la ficción de poder compartido entre el Emperador Romano y el Senado Romano. Después de que Diocleciano reorganizase la superestructura de la Constitución, reorganizó el aparato admini
  • A constituição do Dominato foi um conjunto não escrito das diretrizes e princípios transmitidos principalmente através de precedentes. A constituição do principado romano (início do império romano), que foi criado pelo imperador Augusto, no século I, e foi o governo do "Império Romano" durante três séculos. Diocleciano tornou-se imperador em 284, e seu reinado marcou o fim do principado e o início do "Dominato" (de dominus em latim: "Senhor" ou "Mestre"). A constituição do dominato finalmente reconheceu a monarquia como a verdadeira fonte de poder, e assim terminou a ficção do poder compartilhado entre o "imperador romano" e o "senado romano".
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