Consultum

Some articles on consultum:

Roman Senate - Senate of The Roman Republic
... If a senatus consultum conflicted with a law (lex) that was passed by an Assembly, the law overrode the senatus consultum, because the senatus consultum had its ... A senatus consultum, however, could serve to interpret a law ... of use (and was revived only two more times) and was replaced with the senatus consultum ultimum ("ultimate decree of the senate"), a senatorial decree which authorised the consuls to employ any means necessary to ...
Constitution Of The Roman Republic - Senate
... The senate passed decrees, which were called senatus consultum ... If a senatus consultum conflicted with a law that was passed by a popular assembly, the law overrode the senatus consultum ... a tribune, and if it was not vetoed, it was then turned into a final senatus consultum ...
Senate Of The Roman Republic - Votes and The Tribune's Veto
... a senatus auctoritas, while any motion that was passed and not vetoed was recorded as a senatus consultum ... After the vote, each senatus consultum and each senatus auctoritas was transcribed into a final document by the presiding magistrate ... In addition, if the motion was a senatus consultum, a capital letter "C" was stamped on the document, to verify that the motion had been approved by the Senate ...
Lex Papia Poppaea - Provisions - Promotion of Marriage
... were perpetually bound by its penalties by a Senatus-consultum Pernicianum ... A Senatus-consultum Claudianum so far modified the strictness of the new rule as to give a man who married above sixty the same advantage that he would have had if had married under sixty, provided ... sixty, this was called Impar Matrimonium, and by a Senatus-consultum Calvitianum it was entirely without effect as to releasing from incapacity to take legata and dotes ...
Constitutional Problem With The Senatus Consultum Ultimum
... Cicero argued that, given the extraordinary danger of the crisis, the senatus consultum ultimum afforded him the power in that limited circumstance ... Julius Caesar and others argued that the consultum could not override the basic laws of the Roman state, that it meant merely that the Consuls should do their utmost within the framework of the Roman ...