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" After the plebs had formed a distinct estate at Rome, and when the whole body of the citizens had become very greatly increased, we frequently read, in the Roman writers, of the great efforts which it was necessary for candidates to make, in order to... "
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities - Page 77
edited by - 1873 - 1293 pages
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1842
...Roman writers of the great efforta which it was necessary for candidates to make in order to secure the votes of the citizens. At Rome, as in every community...candidate secured his election to the offices of state. | A candidate was called pettier; and his opponent, with reference to him, competitor. A candidate...
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A dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities, ed. by W. Smith

sir William Smith - 1842
...said that Clodius obst-n-od this b» whk-h a candidate .secured his election to the otliccs of state. Whatever may be the authority of the piece intitled "Q. Ciceronis de Petitione CoiiMilatus ad M. Tnlliiim Fratrem," it seems to present a pretty fair picture of those arts and means...
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A School Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the Larger ...

William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1846 - 373 pages
...Roman writers, of the great efforts which it was necessary for candidates to make in order to secure the votes of the citizens. At Rome, as in every community...secured his election to the offices of state. The following are the principal terms occurring in the Roman writers in relation to the canvassing for...
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A dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities, ed. by W. Smith

Greek antiquities - 1848
...and bribery, were among the means by »hieh a candidate secured his election to the offices of rate. The elections recurred annually, and candidates had plenty of practice in the various main of corruption. Wtaever may be the authority of the piece baled •* Q. Ciceronis de Petitione...
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A SCHOOL DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES

WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D. - 1851
...Roman writers, of the great efforts which it was necessary for candidates to make in order to secure the votes of the citizens, At Rome, as in every community...secured his election to the offices of state. The following are the principal terms occurring in the Roman writers in relation to the canvassing for...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

Classical dictionaries - 1859 - 1293 pages
...bribery, wer>* among the means by * kich a candidate secured his election to the office* « stale. The elections recurred annually, and candidates had plenty of practice in the various CiOtiea of corruption. \Viatever ntay be the authority of the piece •n;>Jed " Q. Cicerouis de Petitione...
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A Smaller Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the ...

Sir William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1868 - 474 pages
...Roman writers, of the great efforts which it was necessary for candidates to make in order to secure the votes of the citizens. At Rome, as in every community...the means by which a candidate secured his election tc the offices of state. The following are the principal terms occurring in the Roman writers in relation...
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Harper's Dictionary of Classical Literature and Antiquities, Volume 1

Harry Thurston Peck - Classical dictionaries - 1897 - 1701 pages
...Roman writers, of the great efforts which it was necessary for candidates to make in order to secure the votes of the citizens. At Rome, as in every community...candidate secured his election to the offices of state. Whatever may be the authority of the piece entitled Q. Ciceronis de I'etitione Consulate ad Af. Tulliom...
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The Criminal Jurisprudence of the Ancient Hebrews: Compiled from the Talmud ...

Samuel Mendelsohn - Law - 1891 - 270 pages
...solicitation of votes, and open or secret influence and bribery (ambitus and largitiones) were the universal means by which a candidate secured his election to the offices of state. Even while the choice of candidates was in the hands of the senate, bribery and corruption influenced...
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