Censorial edicts (Roman Republic)

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Official Censorial Edicts In force (Maintained by the Censors)

I. EDICTUM CENSORUM I: Appointment of the first Senators | Pr. Kal. Mai. T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. (April 30, 2016) | T. Flavius Severus et P. Iunius Brutus

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I. According to LEX CURIATORUM: On the selection of new senators, the following citizens are hereby invited to form the Senate of the Res Publica (Roman Republic):

a. Titus Flavius Severus due to holding the office of Consul

b. Publius Iunius Brutus due to holding the office of Consul

c. Gaius Atius Victor due to holding the office of Praetor

d. Lucius Curtius Philo due to holding the office of Praetor

e. Lucius Vitellius Triarius due to his longstanding and exemplary service to the formation of the Roman Republic since MMDCCLXII a.u.c. (2014).

II. All citizens invited must respond publicly if they agree to accept this appointment

III. This edict is effectively immediately. All invitations are extended for thirty days (until May 30, 2016), after this date this edict automatically expires.

II. EDICTUM CENSORUM II: Invitation for L. Vitellius Triarius to become the first Princeps Senatus of the Roman Republic | Pr. Kal. Mai. T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. (April 30, 2016) | T. Flavius Severus et P. Iunius Brutus

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I. According to LEX CURIATORUM: On the Princeps Senatus, the following citizen is hereby invited to become the first Princeps Senatus of the Res Publica (Roman Republic) a. Lucius Vitellius Triarius due to his longstanding and exemplary service to the formation of the Roman Republic since MMDCCLXII a.u.c. (2014). b. The term served shall run from Pr. Kal. Mai MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. (April 30, 2016) until 2359 hrs CET on III Kal. Mai MMDCCLXXI a.u.c. (April 29, 2018).

II. L. Vitellius Triarius must respond publically if they agree to accept this appointment

III. This edict is effectively immediately and the invitation is extended for thirty days (until May 30, 2016), after this date this edict automatically expires.