Auctoritas (Movers and Shakers)

“The man of ambition thinks to find his good in the operations of others;
the man of pleasure in his own sensations; but the man of understanding in his own actions.”

― Marcus Aurelius, Meditations


In ancient Rome, auctoritas referred to the general level of prestige a person had in Roman society, and, as a consequence, his clout, influence, and ability to rally support around his will. In the setting of Roma Invicta, this trait defines any individual, Roman or foreigner, human or otherwise, with the means and/or the will to initiate great change.


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Auctoritas (Movers and Shakers)

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