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The most powerful group in government was the Senate. This group was made up of former consuls and anyone else the consuls chose. All senators were patricians (upper class of Rome). In time, the plebeians (lower class of Rome) gained more power in the government. Around 494 B.C., the plebeians elected tribunes to speak up for them in the Senate and protect their interests. The plebeians also wanted the laws of Rome written down so that everyone would know their rights. In 450 B.C., the laws were carved on bronze tablets, known as the Twelve Tables, and were placed in the Forum. The republic of Rome was strong for a number
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