The Struggle of the Orders and its disappointing Anticlimax
The Struggle of the Orders, although commonly thought to be a successful venture by the plebeians to gain a legislated equality, was merely a transition of power from a patrician-ruled aristocracy to the Nobilis - a class consisting of the 'best of both worlds'. In the time leading up to, and throughout the Struggle, the classes vied for power; the plebeians pushing to gain it, and the patricians grasping at the threads of their failing authority. With the close of the Struggle of the Orders, a new class was formed and raised to rule - the Nobilis.
The Struggle of the Orders was, essentia…
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- The Struggle of the Orders and its disappointing Anticlimax
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