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Ancient Roma

SS 6-3

Forum An open area in the city filled with public buildings, temple.s and markets.
Legion A Roman military unit of about 5,000 soldiers
constitution A system of rules by which a government is organized.
republic New form of government where citizens who have the right to vote, pick their leaders.
veto "I forbid it" Consuls used this in Ancient Rome and the President uses it in the U.S. government
magistrate A person responsible to enforcing the law like a judge
toga Roman males wore this as a symbol of their citizenship.
consuls 2 Top officials who led the government for one year
Patricians Wealthy lupper class landowners who held the power
Plebians Common citizens of Ancient Rome
Civil War A war between people of the same country
Pax Romana A long period of peace and prosperity in Ancient Rome
Maniple unit of soldiers in a legion who could act independently
Created by: hparker