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The Constitution of the Roman Kingdom was an unwritten set of guidelines and principles originating mainly through precedent. During the years of the Roman Kingdom, the constitutional arrangement was centered on the king, who had the power to appoint assistants, and delegate to them their specific powers. The Roman Senate, which was dominated by the aristocracy, served as the advisory council to the king. Often, the king asked the Senate to vote on various matters, but he was free to ignore any advice they gave him. The king could also request a vote on various matters by the popular assembly (the "Curiate Assembly"), which he was also free to ignore. The popular assembly functioned as a vehicle through which the People of Rome could express their opinions. In it, the people were organized

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  • دستور المملكة الرومانية
  • Constitution of the Roman Kingdom
  • Constitución de la Monarquía romana
  • Constitution de la Monarchie romaine
  • Constituição do Reino de Roma
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  • دستور المملكة الرومانية كان مجموعةً غير مكتوبة من القواعد والقوانين التي تم توارثها عبر الأجيال القديمة. خلال عصر المملكة الرومانية، كان يتمحور النظام الدستوري حول ملك روما، الذي كانت لديه سلطات كبيرة، تخوّله لتنصيب المساعدين ومنحهم أي صلاحيات يشاؤها. أما مجلس الشيوخ - الذي كان يسيطر عليه أفراد الطبقة الأرستقراطية - فلم يكن دوره إلا مجلساً استشارياً لمساعدة الملك. كثيراً ما كان يطلب الملك من مجلس الشيوخ التصويت لحلّ مسائل مختلفة، إلا أنَّ الملك كان حراً تماماً في قبول أو رفض أية نصيحة يعطيه إياها المجلس. كما كان هناك مجلس شعبي يمكن للملك أن يطلب منه التصويت، ويمكنه تجاهل قرارته بالطريقة نفسها. كان المجلس الشعبي يعتبر واجهةً لتمثيل شعب روما وإيصال صوته للحاكم، كما كان يخدم بعض الوظائف الثانوية، مثل كونه ملتقى لإعلان القرارات الهامة على شعب المدينة، أو حتى قاعةً لإجراء المحاكمات الجنائية.
  • Les dispositions constitutionnelles sous la Monarchie romaine sont centrées autour du roi. Il nomme ses propres assistants, leur déléguant des pouvoirs spécifiques. Le Sénat, dominé par l’aristocratie, sert de conseiller au roi. Il arrive souvent que le roi demande au Sénat de gérer divers problèmes, mais il est libre d’ignorer ses conseils. Le roi peut également demander l’avis des comices curiates (comitia curiata, l’assemblée populaire dans laquelle le peuple est réparti par curies). Celles-ci représentent un moyen pour le peuple de Rome d’exprimer ses opinions. Mais comme pour le Sénat, le roi peut passer outre le vote de cette assemblée pour prendre ses décisions.
  • The Constitution of the Roman Kingdom was an unwritten set of guidelines and principles originating mainly through precedent. During the years of the Roman Kingdom, the constitutional arrangement was centered on the king, who had the power to appoint assistants, and delegate to them their specific powers. The Roman Senate, which was dominated by the aristocracy, served as the advisory council to the king. Often, the king asked the Senate to vote on various matters, but he was free to ignore any advice they gave him. The king could also request a vote on various matters by the popular assembly (the "Curiate Assembly"), which he was also free to ignore. The popular assembly functioned as a vehicle through which the People of Rome could express their opinions. In it, the people were organized
  • La constitución de la Monarquía romana fue un conjunto no escrito de las directrices y los principios originados principalmente a través de los precedentes. Durante los años de la Monarquía romana, la disposición constitucional se centró en el rey, que tenía la facultad de designar a sus asistentes y delegar en ellos sus competencias específicas. El Senado, dominado por la aristocracia, fue el consejo asesor del rey. A menudo, el rey pidió el voto del Senado sobre cuestiones diversas, pero era libre de ignorar los consejos recibidos. El rey también podría solicitar una votación sobre diversos asuntos a la Asamblea popular, que también era libre de ignorar. La Asamblea popular era el vehículo mediante el cual el pueblo de Roma podía expresar sus opiniones. En ella, el pueblo se organizó seg
  • A Constituição do Reino Romano foi um conjunto de diretrizes e princípios não escritos transmitidos principalmente através precedentes. Durante o período do Reino Romano, a disposição constitucional foi centrada no rei (rex), que tinha o poder de nomear assistentes, e delegar a eles seus poderes específicos. O Senado romano, que era dominada pela aristocracia, servia como conselho consultivo do rei. Muitas vezes, o rei pedia ao Senado para votar em vários assuntos, mas ele estava livre para ignorar qualquer aconselhamento dados pelo Senado. O rei também poderia solicitar uma votação sobre vários assuntos pela assembléia popular (a "Assembleia das cúrias "), que ele também estava livre para ignorar. A assembléia popular funcionava como um veículo através do qual o povo de Roma poderia expre
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