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Except for those legati created by the lex Gabinia and similar laws, all legati were appointed by the Senate. The governor couldn't just appoint them by himself - although it appears that, in practice, he nominated who he wanted and the Senate confirmed it. The wikipedia quote is wrong in the sense that a legatus pro praetore only held delegated imperium. I ...



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