Where was the bureaucracy more developed – in the Roman Republic (133 BC) or in the Kingdom of England (1640)? How can you prove it?

The Roman Republic had no bureaucracy, that is, no professional administration. All important positions were filled by politicians-“amateurs” who won the next elections and hoped to get rich in the ruling post.

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