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Consuls

Emperors A.D 244 - 249

The government of the early Roman Republic was headed by two leaders called consuls, who were the highest ranking magistrates, or government officials. They were elected by the Senate for a term of one year. Each consul had veto power, which means that one consul could stop the other from taking an action just by refusing to permit the other consul from proceeding
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