- Mar 2016
So, assuming there is no major war going on that demands his presence with the army, and he's just hanging around in Rome, what would his average day look like, roughly speaking, from what we know from the sources? Were there any expectations from the people (be it lower or upper class) of what his daily responsibilities should be, like a medieval monarch? Did he attend any meetings of the Senate (even for a purely ceremonial purpose)? Did he hold daily councils where he and his advisers addressed problems? Or was this only done when there was a crisis or emergency of some sort?