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fall of republic

fall of the republic -Ancient Rome-

Problems the second Punic War had destroyed farms. Government kept poor poor and the wealthy wealthy.
Slaves a slave Sparticus and his followers rebelled against roman government. He was crucified along with 6,000 slaves
Julius Caesar aristocrat Roman general, went to Gaul and conquered them, became dictator beacause he won a civil war because he came back to Rome with his army even though they told him not to.
Crossing the Rubicon Julius Caesar and his army crossed the Rubican which divides Gaul and Italy
Pompey powerful leader in Rome who fouht against Caesar and his army in their Civil war
Dictator a ruler who has absolute power
Created by: dcurran