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Extracts from senatus consultum, with awards to Plarasa/Aphrodisias 
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Clause from the grant of privileges made by emperors and by the Senate and People of Rome. Nor should a magistrate or promagistrate of the Roman people or anyone else billet on them, in the city or territory or confines of the Plarasans and Aphrodisians, an infantry man or one substituting for such, a cavalry man or anyone else with a view to provision of winter quarters, nor order such billeting to take place, nor levy from the Plarasans and Aphrodisians money, soldiers, ships, corn, arms or rafts or anything else. Clause from the treaty sworn between the Romans and the people of Plarasa Aphrodisias in the presence of 340 senators: Against their will they are not to receive a commander and a garrison within the city of the Plarasans and Aphrodisians and into their territory, that territory which is their own property; they are not to pay taxes and contributions. And that at games and gladiatorial shows and also at beast hunts, and if athletes compete in the city of Rome or within a mile of it, ambassadors of the Plarasans and Aphrodisians may sit as spectators in the area reserved for senators; and that ambassadors of the Plarasans and Aphrodisians who come to Rome to wait upon the Senate should report to the magistrates or those acting for the magistrates of the Roman people who have the power to summon the Senate, in order that an occasion may be provided for them to attend a meeting; it is agreed that they should have the right to attend the Senate without waiting their turn, to speak in that body and to report to it and that a reply should be given to the ambassadors of the Plarasans and Aphrodisians within ten days of attending and reporting to it.
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