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OW Ancient Rome ID

Ancient rome vocabulary

Republic power is held by the people and their elected representatives
The Twelve Tables The earliest attempt to create a code of law for citizens.
Patricians Wealthy landowners and families who provided the Empire's political, religious, and military leadership.
Plebeians Average working citizens of Rome; farmers, bankers, builders, and craftsmen
Pax Romana (Roman peace) A period of peace and stability across the Roman Empire that lasted over 200 years.
architecture The designing of buildings
contribution The act of giving; columns, arches, aqueducts, roads, concrete
gladiator A professional Roman fighter
human resource people who provide a job, product or service.
natural resource materials found in nature such as soil, wood, and water.
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