Statistics for Roman Political and Military Positions

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  • The average score is 9 of 18

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Job descriptionPerson% Correct
Elected co-leader, reigning for one yearCConsul
81%
In times of crisis the co-leaders appoint this absolute rulerDDictator
71%
The second in command; a military leader, similar to a GeneralPPraetor
71%
Member of the assembly which advises the co-leaderSSenator
71%
Chief high priest of RomeP{Pontifex} Maximus
67%
Advocate of the plebeians; intervenes unfavourable legislatureTTribune
67%
Keeps population and property data and ensures public moralCCensor
62%
In charge of investigating crime; the Roman police officerQQuaestor
62%
Chief administrator of a Roman ProvinceGGovernor
57%
Commander of 80 (not 100) soldiersCCenturion
57%
Commander of a legion (4,500 soldiers)LLegate
43%
Former magistrate at the current one's disposalP{Pro}magistrate
38%
A heavy infantry soldier; has a square shieldLLegionary
38%
In charge of maintaining infrastructure and regulating festivalsAAedile
29%
Bodyguard of the co-leaders; carries a fascesLLictor
29%
Archer of the Roman ArmySSagittarius
29%
Official in charge of financial affairsPProcurator
14%
Investigator with unchallengable authority; similar to secret policeCCorrector
5%

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