Censor Timeline

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  • 443 BCE
    The position of censor is created in Rome.
  • 339 BCE
    The leges Publilae decrees that one of Rome's two censors must be a plebeian.
  • 184 BCE
    Cato the Elder is made censor.
  • 131 BCE
    Two plebeians hold the two positions of censor for the first time in Rome.
  • 81 BCE
    The reforms of Sulla diminish the power of Rome's censors.
  • 65 BCE
  • 22 BCE
    The last censor is elected in Rome.

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443 BCE: The position of censor is created in Rome.
 
339 BCE: The leges Publilae decrees that one of Rome's two censors must be a plebeian.
 
184 BCE: Cato the Elder is made censor.
 
131 BCE: Two plebeians hold the two positions of censor for the first time in Rome.
 
81 BCE: The reforms of Sulla diminish the power of Rome's censors.
 
65 BCE: Marcus Licinius Crassus is made censor.
 
22 BCE: The last censor is elected in Rome.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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