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The Roman senate: Cicero attacks Catiline, from a 19th-century fresco in Palazzo Madama, Rome, house of the Italian Senate. This is a view that is probably wrong. The existing Curia Julia building, which dates from the Emperor Diocletian, shows that the senators sat in straight and parallel lines on either side, inside of the building
The Curia Iulia on the Forum housed the senate

The Roman Senate was the longest-lasting institution in Ancient Rome. It began in the first years of the city, which was supposedly founded in 753 BC. It survived the kings, the Roman Republic (509 BC–27 BC), the Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD and the fall of the Western Roman Empire (395–476 AD). view more...