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Ch14 Roman Republic

soldiers in the Roman army legionaries
Roman officials who protected the rights of the citizens tribunes
military and administrative leaders of the Roman Republic consuls
members of Rome's wealthiest and oldest families patricians
How many legionaries were in a Roman legion? 5,000
Who has a say in the Republic? citizens
Who has a say in the Roman Republic? patricians
the power to say no and cancel another person's decisions veto
a three-person group of rulers triumvirate
a ruler who has absolute power dictator
large farm estates latifundias
tax collectors for the Romans publicans
ordinary citizens of Rome plebeians
a Phoenician city that became a great Mediterranean trading center Carthage
A general from Carthage who led his troops over the Alps on elephants to surprise attack Rome Hannibal
Created by: Katrina1212