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Honors Ancient Rome

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Procurator in the Roman Empire, an official in charge of a province .
Praetor an official of the Roman Republic in charge of enforcing civil law.
Imperator commander in chief, the Latin origin of the word emperor.
Consul a chief executive officer of the Roman Republic; two were elected each year, one to run the government and one to lead the army into battle.
Optimates Romans senators that didn't want new people allowed in the Senate; they also didn't want to help the poor.
Populare Roman senators who worked for rules that allowed new men to join the Senate and helped the poor.
Sadducees Jewish priests that wanted to cooperate with Rome
Pharisees a scholarly class of the Jews that strictly held to Jewish religious laws.
Zealots Jews who called for violent overthrow of Roman rule.
Essenes a Jewish sect that lived apart from society sharing their goods in common and waiting for the Messiah
Equestrians Roman senators that wanted to protect the Roman constitution
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