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What was the SPQR?

SPQR was the motto of ancient Rome. It was the abbreviated form of senatus poplusque romanus, which translated means the senate and the roman people. The Romans (just to make (MORE)
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What is q in spqr?

The "Q" in S.P.Q.R. stood for the latin suffix "-que" which was added to any latin noun following a previous noun (in this case Populus) to stand for the conjunction "and", th (MORE)

What does SPQR mean to the Romans?

Senatus Populusque Romanus, the senate of the people of Rome. edit: No. Check SPQR in wikipedia. The "que" is the equivalent of English "and". Thus this formula means "Se (MORE)

What did SPQR meanand why was it important in rome?

SPQR was the acronym of S enatus Populs q ue R omanus. It meant the senate and the Roman people. It was the symbol of the Roman Republic and it appeared on coins, inscriptio (MORE)

Why is SPQR significant?

SPQR was an acronym which stood for S enatum P opules q ue R omanus (the Senate and the Roman People). It was the symbol of the Roman Republic. It was inscribed on coins, a (MORE)

How the Romans lead SPQR?

What your question means is not quite clear. SPQR was the motto ofthe Roman Republic. The acronym stood for Senatus PopulasqueRomanus (The Senate and the Roman people).