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Co-op Ancient Hist

Ancient Rome - Republic

Name the 2 classes of citizens of Rome patricians and plebeians
How many consuls were elected and from which class? two, first only from the patricians, later one patrician, one plebeian
How many tribunes were elected First two, later ten
What was the job of the Senate? advise the consuls
Whom did the tribunes represent? the plebeians
Did the Roman territory grow or shrink during the Kingdom period it grew through wars with other tribes
What non-Italian city did Rome fight three wars with? Carthage, Africa
What are these wars called? Punic Wars
Why were they called the Punic Wars? The Romans called the Carthiginians "Punici" because the came from the Phoencians
The Republic lasted from 500BC -0
What happened in 44BC Julius Caesar was murdered by his fellow senators
What else died with Julius Caesar? The Roman Republic
What kind of government followed the Roman Republic? Rulership by an emperor
What is the difference between an emperor and a king A king usually reigns over one country. An emperor rules over his country and other conquered lands.
What happened in Rome after the Punic War Civil War
What areas did Julius Caesar conquer? Gaul and Britain
Where did Caesar's enemies flee to? First Greece, then Egypt
What was the name of the river Julius Caesar crossed with his army? The Rubicon
What does vene, vidi, vici mean? I came, I saw, I conquered
When did Caesar say that? After he conquered a tribe in Gaul.
Why was Julius Caesar killed? The senate thought he was going to make himself a tyrant.
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