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Ch 33 study guide

Who had more power in the Roman "republic"? Patricians Why did the Plebeians revolt? More political power
How long did Roman senators serve? for life What does Pleb mean? Pleb means "many"
What group of people made most of the population in Rome? Plebeians, Plebeians made 95% of Rome. The Patricians made up the other 5% of Rome. What were the 12 tables? The laws of Rome, so Pats couldn't change the laws so easily.
How long was Rome under the Etruscan rule? From 616 B.C.E. to 509 B.C.E. How long after the Plebs revolt was when they had true rights 200 years
When was the Conflict of Orders? 949 B.C.E. What was the Council of the Plebs? Group of Plebs that could make laws , but only for other Plebs.
How many men were in the Senate? 300 men What was the Tribune of the Plebs? A grop of Plebs that got the power to talk to the consuls and Senate.
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