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What did the Senate's of Rome do?

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The senate was an advisory body for the king (during the period of the monarchy) and the consuls (during the period of the republic). During the period of rule by emperors the senate remained an advisory body, but its power and influence was significantly curtailed. The senate also represented the interests of the aristocracy.

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