Rome and The Rise of Christianity
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PATRICIANS AND PLEBEIANS
We need money, my love. What should we do?
The two social orders of early Rome were Patricians and plebeians. The patricians (top) were great land owners, who became Romes ruling class. Less wealthy landholders, craftspeople, merchants, and small farmers were part of a larger group called plebeians. (Bottom)
The republic is a form of goverment in which the leader is not a monarch and certain citizens have the right to vote
The chief officers of the Roman Republic were the consuls and praetors. Two consuls, chosen every year, ran the goverment and led the Roman Army. The praetor was in charge of civil law, the law as it applied to Roman citizens
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