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Chapter 11 Roman

Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Legendary hero that survived the Trojan War. Aeneas
Legendary brothers who are credited for creating Rome. Rome was named after Romulus. Romulus and Remus
Dictator, who was well liked caused he wasn't eager to hold power. Cininnatus
A form of government in which people elect leaders to govern them. Republic
Rulers with almost absolute power.(Only could stay for 6 months) Dictators
Common People (Peasants, Farmers, Traders ....) Plebeian
Rich people (Government Leaders & Rich Land owners) Patrician
Goverment officals elected in Rome Magistrates
The 2 most powerful magistrates, or elected officials. Consuls
A council of wealthy + powerful Romans who advised city's leader's. Roman Senate
To prohibit or not allow/"I forbid" Veto
A method to balance power among the groups the groups in the republic. Checks & Balances
Roman Republic meeting place (In the center of town). Forum *Place
Roman Language Latin
Main or most important Primary
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