Senatus consultum on Senate Ballot and Results of 31 December 1999 9
Senate action for 31 December 2752, as posted in the “old Tabularium”. This is posted in place of a Tribunes' report that has yet to be found.
Tiberius Galerius Paulinus, Censor 9 August 2761 A.V.C.
1. Senate Ballot and Results of 31 December 1999
Salvete Senatores! The auspices have been taken and the omens are favorable. As announced, I hereby present to the senate items for it to discuss and deliberate. All but one of my items will be in the body of this message. The final one, the budget, I will present in a separate message due to its size.
Amici, this is my last time before you in the curule chair as consul. It has been an honor to work with this august body and I thank each of you for your effort and support during my tenure of office.
Before I present the items to discuss, I will continue an ancient senatorial tradition that I revived over the summer: to begin each session of the senate with prayers and offerings to the Altar of Victory. The prayer is my own. If any other senator knows of another prayer, or one of the historical ones, please offer it to the senate.
Salve Victoria, Magna Dea! Once again the Senate of Rome prays to you. We have not forgotten you. Give us your strength to guide Nova Roma into the future. We swear on your Altar to do as we think is best for our Republic and ask for you to help us triumph over adversity. We hope our offerings please you, whatever each of us is able to give. Ita est!
Salve Iuppiter! Si sciens fallo, tum me Dispiter salva urbe arceque bonis eiciat ut ego hunc lapidem. And now Patres et Conscripti, to the business at hand. I will briefly list the items, then go into more detail below. The items are:
9. Minor revision of the website
This revision would entail the Following: The area currently called the Aerareum Saturni would be renamed the Tabularium. There we would post all legal posts as was done in the Late Roman Republic after Lucius Cornelius Sulla built that building. A new section called the Aerareum Saturni would include all fiscal matters that will be available for the citizens. Again, this is where the Treasury was originally stored in Rome.Vote Results: 5 vs. 3. Item is passed.