Servius Tullius

Was the sixth king of Rome (578-534 B C.) is said to have divided the Roman territory into thirty "tribes," and the people into five "classes," from the richest to the poorest—as any man became rich, so he had power in the state, though he were lowly born.

Note by A.J.Grieve, (MA) to the chapter Changes To The Constitution in Part Two of "Reflections On The Revolution"
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