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Ancient Rome

scocial studies

republic a type of government in which citizens select their leaders.
patrician a member of a wealthy family in the ancient Roman Republic.
plebian an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic.
consul an elected official who led the roman republic.
veto the power of one branch of government to reject bills or proposals passed by another branch of government.
dictator a person in the ancient Roman Republic appointed to rule for six months in times of emegency, with all the powers of a king.
province a unit of impire.
collesseum a large ampetheater built in rome around A.D. 70; site of contest and combat.
aqueduct a structure that carries water over long distances.
polytheism a belief in more than one god.
arch acurved structure used as a support over an open space,as in a doorway.
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