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Each citizen bro- ught considerable amounts of gold, silver or bronze coins so as to be sure their name appeared as first on the list. Livy mentioned this legal regulation in another fragment of his seventh book. Menenio tribunis plebis rogatio est perlata; et plebs aliquanto eam cupidius sciuit.
We should not, howe- ver, confuse mensarii with argentarii. Politics and Ideology in EnglandLondyn Qui rem difficillimam tractatu et plerumque parti utrique, semper certe alteri gravem cum alia moderatione tum impendio magis publico quam iactura sustinuerunt.
What is more, there appeared the term nummularius, which might suggest several hypotheses.
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If, as trium- viri mensariis — dziee former censor and consul Lucius Emilius Papus,27 the former twice appointed consul Marcus Atilius Regulus28 and the plebeian tribune of that time Lucius Scribonius Libo were appointed, they were also equipped with important prerogatives. Coercion and Freedom, [w: This com- mission had probably wide competences.
However, unlike the commission of five, they were not appointed once. Fa- bius Maximus et Q.
Talamanca, Argen- tarii, cit. It probably happened due to the fact that Roman loan, which to tell the truth, was created as free of charge, became a co- nvenient source of income by supplementing it with interest stipulation.
They became noted after the positive outcome of their mission and their names were widely known: That is why triumviri mensa- riis could hardly manage to accept and the writers to register the contri- butions. Essays in Honour of Isaiah Berlin, red. Therefore, Livy places triumviri mensariis among the officials who par- ticipated in three-man boards appointed to deal with various issues. Click here to sign up. Broughton, The Magistrates of the Roman Republic, vol. Presumably, during the period described rzynu Suetonius, a decline of specialised fields of banking activity might have occurred and all those involved in such activity were described by terminology which treated them as identical.
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Berlin and his Critics, [w: Thus mensarii had a very difficult task to fulfil. The expres- sion triumviri mensarii deserves attention since the word triumvirii may suggest an official character of actions undertaken by them, while mensarii indicates the scope of their duties. The Philosophical Theory of the State, London Manavit ea privatorum benignitas ex urbe etiam in castra, ut non eques, non cen- turio stipendium acciperet, mercennariumque increpantes vocarent qui accepisset.
Et Romae quoque propter penuriam argenti triumviri men- sarii rogatione M. The first regulation within the sphere of the maximum value of the collected rate was established by the Twelve Tables Law,22 which did not however prevent the practice which consisted of adding the interest unpaid in due time to the amount of the basic loan.
As a consequence a kind of public bank was created, in which there were five citizens. Livy claimed that despite the difficulties the result of mensarii activity was excellent.
A Historical Argument, Philadelphia It was probalby a plebiscte binding all citizens according to lex Hortensia of BC. The etymological origin of this word is composed of trapeza, table or counter, with the suffix itas, which is related to functions; it is used for professions and indicates activities done at a table by a person making transactions in a banking sense.
However, triumviri mensariis, as opposed to the preceding five-man commission, were not ap- pointed just once, rzymy it was the case of an office which existed at least until BC,30 since Livy in several fragments of the story mentioned cer- tain of their competences.
Debt of those citizens who could provide a good security lisiusz covered from public resources by quinqueviri mensarii. Ita- que hsii classes habere atque ornare volumus populum Romanum, pri- vatos sine recusatione remiges dare, nobismet ipsis primum imperemus.
Aemilius Papus, qui consul censorque fuerat, et M. Hanc unam viam multa inter nos conlocuti consules invenimus; ingre- dimini dis bene iuvantibus.
William Haller, New Yorkvol. Nadjo suggested that the term mensarius was unknown and not used in prac- tice by the majority of authors except Titus Livius L.