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SS 13.3

SS Chapter 13 Lesson 3

An armed conflict between groups within the same country civil war
The tow sides who fought against one another in the Roman civil war Plebeians against paticians and senators
THe general who led the patricians to victory in the civil war and became Romes first dictator Sulla
A general and politician who was assassinated by a group of Roman senators Julius Ceasar
The region that Caesar conquered and where he first proved himself to be a great general now part of Fance and Switzerland Gual
The Roman consul many consider to be the greatest speaker in Roman history Cicero
The name taken by the first emperor fo ROme who preferred that Tittled FIRST CITIZEN Augustus
Term for the group of government officials in Rome who collected taxes oversaw the postal system and managed the grain supply the civil service
A long period of peace and stability in the ROman Empire which began under Augustus rule Pax Romana
THe two helped the Roman empire prosper agriculture and trade
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