Changing Role and Responsibilities of the Roman Senate under Augustus
The Senate began to see Augustus as one of their own after he had won their trust, and later only after hesitations because he far outranked them in power and prestige. From this, we can see that the Senate considered Augustus a powerful ally of sorts, and Augustus needed the Senate to uphold, on the surface, the fundamental premise of Roman political thinking, since anyone of importance in the political world was a part of the Roman Senate.
Under Augustus, many of the old senatorial families died, and the rest relied on him for survival, both financially and politically. …
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