rise of rome

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  • Patricians and Plebians
  • "What is the difference between us?"
  • "Well it's obvious! You're a PLEBIAN and I'm a PATRICIAN"
  • Social Differences
  • What is the Social difference between the Plebians and the Patricians?
  • Why can't I just marry her?
  • Augustus in Rome
  • What privileges do we have under your rule?
  • We provide you with citezenship here in Rome.
  • What are somethings you would like to see happen.
  • I want the trade to be better and I will have a Pax Romana and MORE.
  • Patricians were very wealthy land owners, but on the other hand Plebians were less wealthy land owners, crafts people, merchants, and small farmers.
  • Laws Of The Nation
  • What were the laws of the nation.
  • Someone is Inocent until proven otherwise.
  • Patricians were very wealthy and the Plebians were less wealthy land owners. The thing that kept the the Plebians from advancing was they could not marry a Patrician.
  • Christianity Rising
  • Who opened up the doors for christianity?
  • It was Constantine and Theodosus The Great.
  • In Rome the people who lived there got to have citezenship and were, and when Augustus ruled he made the Pax Romana (Roman Peace) which was very successful and he enhanced the trade to make it flourish. 
  • Romans Tolerating
  • What if the Romans see us praying.
  • Universal laws were based on reasoning.  One of the laws that the jury uses is " Someone is inocent until proven otherwise.
  • There were two leaders who opened the door for Christianity in Rome and their names were Constantine and Theodosus The Great.
  • Rome usually tolerated other religions until it causes a problem with their own public order. A difference between the Christian faith and the Roman faith is Romans were polytheistic (they believed in more than one God), and the Christians were monotheistic (they believed in one God). 
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