Definition of Tribuneships
1. tribuneship [n] - See also: tribuneship
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Literary usage of Tribuneships
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Rome by Thomas Arnold (1868)
"... but both are useless for the period of the military tribuneships, because, representing all the years of the commonwealth as marked by consulships, ..."
2. History of Rome by Thomas Arnold (1871)
"the period of the military tribuneships ; because, representing all the years of the Commonwealth as marked by consulships, they never give to any year the ..."
3. Handbook of Archæology: Egyptian--Greek--Etruscan--Roman by Hodder Michael Westropp (1867)
"By the number of the tribuneships of an emperor, which invariably answers to the ... In this case, and if the number of tribuneships is not expressed, ..."
4. Lectures on the History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Commencement by Barthold Georg Niebuhr, Leonhard Schmitz (1848)
"I believe that the censorship was instituted in the same year, AU 311, as the military tribuneships; and both therefore must have arisen from a common cause ..."
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