Rome and the Rise of Christianity Storyboard Assessment

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  • I'm a Plebeian, why don't i have the right to vote?
  • Who were the Patricians and the Plebeians?
  • I'm a Patrician! Kneel to me!
  • What Religion was created by Jesus? 
  • Jesus: "Love the Lord your God and one another with all of your heart."
  • We love Christianity!!
  • Who made the twelve tables and universal laws?
  • We made the Twelve Tables
  • I invented all the universal laws.
  • Patricians were known as the upper class and Plebeians were known as the lower class. Generally Patricians had more rights than the Plebeians. 
  • Who did the Laws apply to?
  • The laws apply to all of us!
  • Can I do so-and-so?
  • Jesus created Christianity which was a religion where it is believing there is heaven in anybodies after life. But after more and more people started to join this religion. Rome wanted to banish this religion from their city. 
  • What is Christianity?
  • The twelve tables were the first set of universal laws that defined what most of the people in Rome had to do or follow.
  • What was the law that Rome passed?
  • All people in Rome are now considered equal! And Plebeians can now run for office!
  • The universal laws that the whole city of Rome had to follow. It didn't matter if you were rich or poor you had to follow it.
  • Christianity is almost the same as Rome's religion but in Christianity you believe that you have an afterlife. But you couldn't predict what your afterlife animal could be.
  • I believe I have an afterlife!!
  • The law that Rome passed was a law that made everybody equal. It also enabled Plebeians were allowed to vote and run for office.
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