The Roman republic had a complex government. There were no official laws on how the government should work. The senators, consuls and the Roman assemblies had the most power. To become a senator, you would have to be born in the patrician class (the higher class) and have at least held one public office. The previous senator would then have to accept you. According to the Greek historian Polybius the senators had the most power over citizen´s daily live. They controlled money, administration and the details of foreign policy. Consuls were in charge of the army and the assemblies had the ultimate authority over elections, legislation, and criminal trials.
Julius Caesar was born in 100 B.C and many