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Publius Valerius Publicola
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Publius Valerius Publicola (or Poplicola, his agnomen meaning "friend of the people") (d. 503 BC) was a Roman consul, the colleague of Lucius Junius Brutus in 509 BC, traditionally considered the first year of the Roman Republic. According to Livy and Plutarch, Publius Valerius Publicola's family came from the Sabine region. Under the Valerius name, they had settled at Rome during the kingdom of Titus Tatius (8th century BC) and worked for the peaceful unification of both regions. Publius Valerius Publicola came from a wealthy family. His father was Valerius Volesus and his brother was Marcus Valerius Volusus. He was married and Valeria was the name of his daughter. Before holding Roman public office, Publicola had defended the plebs as a benefactor.

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Roman Consul
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A consul served in the highest elected political office of the Roman Republic. Each year, two consuls were elected together, to serve for a one-year term. Each consul was given veto power over his colleague and the officials would alternate each month. However, after the establishment of the Empire, the consuls were merely a figurative representative of Rome''s republican heritage and held very little power and authority, with the emperor acting as the supreme leader. This political office was not unique to the Roman Republic, in fact, Thucydides (c. 460 B.C. c. 395 B.C.) narrates, in the History of the Peloponnesian War, about the Caoni, "a people who don''t recognize the authority of a king, that was ruled, in accordance of a year lasting office, by Fozio and Nicarone, member of a dominant family" (book II, 80).

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Roman Consul
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A consul served in the highest elected political office of the Roman Republic. Each year, two consuls were elected together, to serve for a one-year term. Each consul was given veto power over his colleague and the officials would alternate each month. However, after the establishment of the Empire, the consuls were merely a figurative representative of Rome''s republican heritage and held very little power and authority, with the emperor acting as the supreme leader. This political office was not unique to the Roman Republic, in fact, Thucydides (c. 460 B.C. c. 395 B.C.) narrates, in the History of the Peloponnesian War, about the Caoni, "a people who don''t recognize the authority of a king, that was ruled, in accordance of a year lasting office, by Fozio and Nicarone, member of a dominant family" (book II, 80).

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The Dynasty of the Jewish Patriarchs
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The Patriarchs of the Jews were remarkable not only because they governed much of Palestine in late antiquity, collected taxes from and sent emissaries to Jews across the Roman Empire, acted as the representative of both Palestinian and diaspora Jewry to the Roman imperial government, and achieved great prominence in Roman society. They were remarkable also because they led the Jews for more than two centuries while maintaining the Patriarchate as a family affair. This book is the first examination of the Patriarchate as a hereditary dynasty, a series of men in a specific social structure rather than an institution or office. Alan Appelbaum draws on Jewish, Christian and pagan sources, including Roman law, which has not previously been utilized as it is here. To uncover the origins of the Patriarchate's dynastic features, the author starts by considering when and how the position and the roles of the Patriarchs began. Using comparative material about succession to high office as a framework, he then examines available sources to reconstruct the dynasty of the Patriarchs and the relationships among them Patriarch by Patriarch, providing data about actors and events as well as about the Patriarchate's dynastic structure. In the course of this examination, Appelbaum makes the first sustained inquiry in over a century into the supposed Davidic and Hillelite ancestry of the dynasty, and refutes the claim that there were two Patriarchs named Judah Nesiah. Finally, he compares the Patriarchate to other real and supposed dynasties in order to locate it among the various family arrangements of its period.

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The Dynasty of the Jewish Patriarchs
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The Patriarchs of the Jews were remarkable not only because they governed much of Palestine in late antiquity, collected taxes from and sent emissaries to Jews across the Roman Empire, acted as the representative of both Palestinian and diaspora Jewry to the Roman imperial government, and achieved great prominence in Roman society. They were remarkable also because they led the Jews for more than two centuries while maintaining the Patriarchate as a family affair. This book is the first examination of the Patriarchate as a hereditary dynasty, a series of men in a specific social structure rather than an institution or office. Alan Appelbaum draws on Jewish, Christian and pagan sources, including Roman law, which has not previously been utilized as it is here. To uncover the origins of the Patriarchate's dynastic features, the author starts by considering when and how the position and the roles of the Patriarchs began. Using comparative material about succession to high office as a framework, he then examines available sources to reconstruct the dynasty of the Patriarchs and the relationships among them Patriarch by Patriarch, providing data about actors and events as well as about the Patriarchate's dynastic structure. In the course of this examination, Appelbaum makes the first sustained inquiry in over a century into the supposed Davidic and Hillelite ancestry of the dynasty, and refutes the claim that there were two Patriarchs named Judah Nesiah. Finally, he compares the Patriarchate to other real and supposed dynasties in order to locate it among the various family arrangements of its period.

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Vincentian Studies Institute
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The Vincentian Studies Institute of the United States (VSI), at DePaul University, Chicago, is a Roman Catholic organization with a mission to promote the Vincentian Family. The Institute, founded in 1979, is sponsored by the ten provinces of the Congregation of the Mission (the Lazarists or Vincentians) and the Company of the Daughters of Charity in the United States. The Institute's mission is to promote a living interest in the historical, spiritual and charitable heritage of the Vincentian family in following Jesus Christ, the Evangelizer of the Poor and the source and model of all charity, under the patronage of Saint Vincent de Paul, (1581 1660) and Saint Louise de Marillac, (1591 1660). The Institute is now sponsored by DePaul University and is part of the university s Office of Mission and Values.

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Vincentian Studies Institute
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The Vincentian Studies Institute of the United States (VSI), at DePaul University, Chicago, is a Roman Catholic organization with a mission to promote the Vincentian Family. The Institute, founded in 1979, is sponsored by the ten provinces of the Congregation of the Mission (the Lazarists or Vincentians) and the Company of the Daughters of Charity in the United States. The Institute's mission is to promote a living interest in the historical, spiritual and charitable heritage of the Vincentian family in following Jesus Christ, the Evangelizer of the Poor and the source and model of all charity, under the patronage of Saint Vincent de Paul, (1581 1660) and Saint Louise de Marillac, (1591 1660). The Institute is now sponsored by DePaul University and is part of the university s Office of Mission and Values.

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Raffaele Monaco La Valletta
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Raffaele Monaco La Valletta S.T.D. J.U.D. (23 February 1827 - 14 July 1896) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Secretary of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office. Raffaele Monaco La Valletta was born in Aquila and was of a family from Chieti. He was educated at the Collegio Romano where he earned a doctorate in theology. He continued his studies at the La Sapienza University, Rome, where he earned a doctorate utriusque iuris (in both canon and civil law). He ended his studies at the Pontifical Academy of Ecclesiastical Nobles in 1846.

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Raffaele Monaco La Valletta
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Raffaele Monaco La Valletta S.T.D. J.U.D. (23 February 1827 - 14 July 1896) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Secretary of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office. Raffaele Monaco La Valletta was born in Aquila and was of a family from Chieti. He was educated at the Collegio Romano where he earned a doctorate in theology. He continued his studies at the La Sapienza University, Rome, where he earned a doctorate utriusque iuris (in both canon and civil law). He ended his studies at the Pontifical Academy of Ecclesiastical Nobles in 1846.

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