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12 Roman Tables

Name one constitutional principle from the Roman Tables that is shared by the United States Constitution. Men cannot be put to death without being found guilty in court OR, It's forbidden to pass laws in private
Name 3 punishments used in Ancient Rome and STILL used in the United States today. fines, death penalty, placing criminals in chains
When a Roman was called into court he must ____ or he may be ______________ and forced to go. go, captured
Explain the inheritance laws according to Ancient Romans Nearest male relative always inherits, women cannot inherit
Landowners in Ancient Rome were expected to maintain the road on their properties themselves or people could travel anywhere on their land
If a person's road/building caused damage... The person owning the property (road/building) must pay for the damage.
Created by: cmays