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- ‘Until the 2nd century BC, the curule aedileships rotated on a yearly basis between patricians and plebeians.’
- ‘Mamercus was a very wealthy man, and his refusal of the aedileship was the cause of his defeat for the consulship.’
- ‘During the elections for the aedileships a fight broke out and numbers of people were killed.’
- ‘Promotion to the aedileship was automatic for patricians, but Vespasian wasn't a patrician.’
- ‘Thus twelve praetorships and six aedileships were created.’
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