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After his tribuneship, he became a candidate for the higher aedileship. For there are two classes of aediles, one taking its name of ‘curule’ from the chairs with curving feet on which the magistrates sit in the exercise of their functions, the other, and the inferior, being called ‘plebeian.’ When the superior aediles have been elected, the people cast a second vote for the others.

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