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Republic a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them.
Patrician a person of noble or high rank; aristocrat.
Plebeians belonging or pertaining to the common people.
Senate Any of various legislative or governing bodies, in particular
Consul an official appointed by the government of one country to look after its commercial interests and the welfare of its citizens in another country.
Dictator a person exercising absolute power, especially a ruler who has absolute, unrestricted control in a government without hereditary succession.
Peninsula an area of land almost completely surrounded by water except for an isthmus connecting it with the mainland.
Legend a nonhistorical or unverifiable story handed down by tradition from earlier times and popularly accepted as historical.
Province an administrative division or unit of a country.
Assassination to kill suddenly or secretively, especially a politically prominent person; murder premeditatedly and treacherously.
Civil War a war between political factions or regions within the same country.
Emperor the male sovereign or supreme ruler of an empire: the emperors of Rome.
Volcano a vent in the earth's crust through which lava, steam, ashes, etc., are expelled, either continuously or at irregular intervals.
Aqueduct A pipe or channel designed to transport water from a remote source, usually by gravity.
Gladiator (in ancient Rome) a person, often a slave or captive, who was armed with a sword or other weapon and compelled to fight to the death in a public arena against another person or a wild animal, for the entertainment of the spectators.
Historical Sources writing about past
Parable a short allegorical story designed to illustrate or teach some truth, religious principle, or moral lesson.
Ex Post Facto Law A law that makes illegal a act that was legal when committed, increases the penalties for an infraction after it has been committed, or changes the rules of evidence to make conviction easier.
Romance Language the group of languages derived from Latin
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