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an informal use of the Latin word for father

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nam Tiberius cuncta per consules incipiebat tamquam vetere re publica et ambiguus imperandi: edictum quidem, quo patres in curiam vocabat, nisi tribuniciae potestatis praescriptione posuit sub Augusto acceptae.
Celebre inter accusatores Trionis ingenium erat avidumque famae malae, statim corripit reum, adit consules, cognitionem senatus poscit, et vocantur patres, addito consultandum super re magna et atroci.
non enim preces sunt istud, sed efflagitatio intempestiva quidem et improvisa, cum aliis de rebus convenerint patres .
igitur multa adseverationem, quasi aut legibus cum Silio ageretur aut Varro consul aut illud res publica esset, coguntur patres, silente reo, vel si defensionem coeptaret, non occultante cuius ira premeretur.
Vocantur post haec patres, pergitque Suillius addere reos equites Romanos inlustris, quibus Petra cognomentum, at causa necis ex eo quod domum suam Mnesteris et Poppaeae congressibus praebuissent, verum .
The quarrel went to the Senate, where the patres concurred with Fulvius on pragmatic, not religious, grounds.
Likewise when each consul or praetor marched off to his provincia, he sought the permission of the gods, but deciding where he was to go rested in the first instance with the patres and secondly with the magistrates themselves.
76) The alternative, therefore, was to leave such questions to the patres or the voters, but here, too, ambition made this solution difficult to achieve.
12, nominatae consulibus provinciae sunt, Sicilia Scipioni extra sortem, concedente collega, quia sacrorum cura pontificem maximum in Italia retinebat, Bruttii Crasso, indicates that the patres had, as usual, merely designated the provinces the consuls were to govern, while the latter, in view of Crassus' religious obligations, elected to forgo the lot and agreed that Crassus would hold the command that did not require him to leave Italy (cf.
According to Cicero, the province of Asia fell to Lucius Scipio by lot, but the patres doubted Lucius' abilities and were on the verge of transferring the command against Antiochus to his colleague Laelius when Africanus intervened to prevent this step by offering to serve as his brother's legate.