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What did the assembly of centuries, open to all citizens, do in the Roman Republic? Select the best answer from the choices provided. It elected major officials and passed legislation. It offered advice to the consuls and to the Senate. It was mainly a ceremonial body with little official power, but great traditional authority. It wrote up legislation and judged all trials involving Roman citizens.

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    IT would Be( A ) Don't forget to acknowledge

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    Thanks!

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