The Height of Rome
A ture Roman
Tiberius Greco was lected praetor. During his praetorship, he successfully put down uprisings in Spain (the Roman Hispania) and conciliated various tribes. He was awarded a triumph upon his return. He was then elected consul. In he was chosen censor, but his censorship was so strict that it provoked an attempted prosecution of his co-censor. Tiberius Greco offered to go into exile with his co-censor, at which point the prosecution was dropped owing to Gracchus’ popularity. Before completing the lustrum (the ritual cleansing of the Senate).
In Tiberius was elected consul again, and since he had not completed his military campaigns, by a clever trick or simple neglect of rituals, he managed to win further time to attain military success. He was awarded a second triumph for his military victories in Sardinia.
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