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Vroome Rome Voc

Republic a type of government in which people elect to make laws for them
Senate a council of rich and powerful Romans who helped run the city
Citizens people who could take part in the government
Empire a government that includes many different peoples and lands under a single ruler
Pax Romana a 200 year period Rome experienced peace and achievement with no major wars or rebellions with a trade increase
Plebeians were the majority of the population workers, shopkeepers and peasants
Petricians were members of the small amount of wealthy Roman families
Forum public meeting place in Rome
Consuls leaders choosen to replace kings
Assembly a group of ordinary citizens
Tribunes to protect the petricians rights
Aqua ducts channels used to carry water long distances
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