Magistrates of the Roman Republic

Elected Magistrates of the Res publica Romana / Magistratus Ordinarii

Magistrates are the daily administrators of the Roman Republic. They ensure all functions of our community run smoothly. They are elected by one of three possible assemblies consisting of all citizens members, the Centuriate Assembly, Tribal Assembly and the Plebeian Assembly. Together they are the stewards of the various aspects of our community and serve our citizen-members.

Each magistrate has particular duties approximated to ancient magisterial equivalents of the republic of antiquity.  However, each magistrate also has a corporate equivalent role. For instance, consuls are managers of our non-profit, censors are secretaries and so on.

Magistrates of
Ti. Terrentio P. Sextio T. Aurelio P. Iunio Tr. Cos.

Tribune with Consular Authority*
Manager & Secretary

Tiberius Terrentius Varro

Publius Sextius Laevus

Titus Aurelius Apollinaris

Publius Iunius Brutus

* Tribunes with Consular Authority were elected in 2019 instead of the regular cohort of magistrates. These officers possess the responsibilities of regularly elected consules (managers) and censores (secretaries) and may veto the actions of their colleague. This was enacted on a temporary basis. The Senate shall decide which officers are elected for the following years during 2019.