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I think, none except the king of Judea (Herod for instance) had a privilege to participate and vote in the senate's meetings, like a senator. So, while he was not a senator, he had similar rights (although I am not sure he ever used them). The most high-ranking Roman of Jewish origin possibly was Tiberius Julius Alexander but he was most likely an equestrian ...


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