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5 September, 00:36

What was the role of the consuls in the Roman Republic?

They were the most powerful government body and served for life.

They acted as the chief executives of government.

They were common citizens.

They represented the common people.

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  1. 5 September, 01:05
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    The third one is correct i suppose
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