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Roman Terms

VocabularyMeaningpicture
republic a political unit that is not ruled by a monarch in which citizens have the right to choose their leaders
gravitas the roman virtue of weightiness,or seriousness in which is related to the qualities of discipline, strength and loyalty
patrician in a ancient Rome a member of the privileged upper class
plebian the general body of the roman citizens
legion a large unit of the roman army
monarchy a form of government in which sovereignty is vested in a single person whose right to rule is generally hereditary and who is empowered to remain in office for life
consul title of the two chief magistrates of ancient Rome
veto in government power of the chief executive to refuse assent to laws passed by the legislature
senate a group of 300 men who rule Rome
gladiator in ancient Rome, a class of professional who perform for exhibition
Created by: jroc