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Picture No 10006558
Date circa 501 BC
Description Roman Dictatorship instituted
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The Roman Dictatorship (Magister Populi or Master of the People) is instituted for crisis situations or special purposes, ruling with supreme power for a set period. According to one source, the first Dictator was Titus Lartius Flavus (or Rufus), appointed in 501 BC. Another source states that the first Dictator was Manius Valerius, in 505 BC.
Source Mirys Picture No.24
Credit Mary Evans Picture Library
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Mary Evans Picture No 10006558 - The Roman Dictatorship (Magister Populi or Master of the People) is instituted for crisis situations or special purposes, ruling with supreme power for a set period. According to one source, the first Dictator was Titus Lartius Flavus (or Rufus), appointed in 501 BC. Another source states that the first Dictator was Manius Valerius, in 505 BC.

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