How did the role of the Senate in the Roman Revolution during Caesar’s time differ from that of Parliament in the English Revolution? What did they have in common?
Senate in the Roman Revolution of the 1st century BC was a conservative force from the start. The English Parliament was a revolutionary force until the victory over the king in 1647, and immediately after that it became a conservative force, a stronghold of the aristocracy. Then the role of the leader of the revolution passed to the army.
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