In the Roman Colony, leaders, or members of the court,

 In the Roman Colony, leaders, or members of the court, were to be:

•Local elites

•Be freeborn

•Between the ages of 22 – 55

•Community resident

•Moral integrity

From the members, two were chosen as unpaid chief magistrates (Judges). They would have to “buy into” that position, but the recognition was worth the financial output. This week’s discussion prompter is:

Money alone influences others. Please analyze and critically discuss.

In your response, remember that all this is about leadership, the context which is set in Rome.

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