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Chap 14 review

chap 14 review

Consuls had the power to ___________, or say no to, the acts of the others. veto
In 60 B.C., political power passed to a _________________, or a group of three. persons with equal power. triumvirate
A ________________ is an absolute ruler. dictator
__________________ is a Phoenician city. Carthage
Tax contracts were sold to people called _______________. publicans
Large estates called ________________, replaced small farms. latifundias
Legions contained soldiers called _______________. legionaries
______________________were administrators and military leaders. Consuls
Judges, assemblies, and _______________ protected the rights of the citizens. tribunes
The Roman army was organized into _____________. legions
____________________ were members of Rome's wealthiest and oldest families. Patricians
Ordinary citizens, known as ______________, paid taxes and served in the army. plebeians
Two consuls headed the ________________ _______________. Roman Republic
Plebeians are not part of the Roman ______________, they were represented by Tribunes. government
Each Roman legion contained 5,000 _______________. soldiers
Before going to sleep after a long march, legionaries built ________________ __________. fortified camps
Hannibal's troops surprised the ___________ by crossing the Alps on elephants into Italy. Romans
_________________ was from Carthage. Hannibal
Latifundias were large _______________ that produced crops, cattle, and sheep. estates
_______________, Pompeius, and Caesar were the first three-person group of leaders call the triumvirate. Crassus
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