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Expansion of Empire

Rome Test

PersonDescriptionDescriptionDescription
Tiberies Gracchus Killed in 133 BCE after proposing land reforms that benefited the poor Did not support expansion because thought increased number of poor people in Rome
Pompey the Great Part of First triumvirate Schemed with Senate to get rid of Caesar Killed by Caesar
Marcus Crassus Part of First Triumvirate
Julius Ceasar Senate declared him to abandon his legions or be considered an enemy by republic Enemies in Senate killed him on March, 15 44 BCE Part of First Triumvirate Declared himself dictator in 46 BCE
Spartacus Leads army of slaves against Roman legions Slave who escaped gladiator school Did not support expansion because thought it would grow slave population
Gaius Gracchus Younger brother of Tiberius Gracchus Killed in 123 BCE after again proposing brothers reform Did not support expansion because thought it would lose farmer's jobs.
Created by: Cman99