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When octavian was leader in Ancient Rome was there a senate?

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Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

Yes, In fact the Romans kept the senate all through the imperial period. However it had no real power. During the pricipate the senate acted as a rubber stamp for the emperors.

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