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The '''Curia''' is a democratically elected group of officials, governing the [[Tollan (People)|Tollan]] people. The Curia can make vital decisions for the future of their people but they hold little power. For example, they don't have the power to enter into a contract with the [[Goa'uld]]. The transcripts of all the meetings of the Curia are recorded in a publicly accessible place, so all Tollans can read their discussions.
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|name = Curia
Up until the destruction of the Tollan people by the Goa'uld, the leader of the Curia was High Chancellor [[Travell]].
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|type = Republic
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|headofstate = [[High Chancellor]]
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|capital = [[Tollana]]
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The '''Curia''' is a democratically elected group of officials, governing the [[Tollan (people)|Tollan]] people. The Curia can make vital decisions for the future of their people but they hold little power. For example, they don't have the power to enter into a contract with the [[Goa'uld]]. The transcripts of all the meetings of the Curia are recorded in a publicly accessible place, so all Tollans can read their discussions.
   
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Up until the near destruction of the Tollan people by the [[Goa'uld]], the leader of the Curia was [[High Chancellor]] [[Travell]]. {{cite|SG1|Between Two Fires}}
   
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==Trivia==
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Etymologically, the word ''curia'' is the Latin root of what in English becomes 'care' and 'cure'.
 
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Latest revision as of 03:15, August 8, 2019

The Curia is a democratically elected group of officials, governing the Tollan people. The Curia can make vital decisions for the future of their people but they hold little power. For example, they don't have the power to enter into a contract with the Goa'uld. The transcripts of all the meetings of the Curia are recorded in a publicly accessible place, so all Tollans can read their discussions.

Up until the near destruction of the Tollan people by the Goa'uld, the leader of the Curia was High Chancellor Travell. (SG1: "Between Two Fires")

TriviaEdit

Etymologically, the word curia is the Latin root of what in English becomes 'care' and 'cure'.

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