Rome and the rise of christianity

Rome and the rise of christianity

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  • The Patricians and Plebeains
  • Iam so lucky that i was born a patrician. 
  • why was I born a plebeian?
  • Romans Chief Officers
  • Hooray
  • We are your new chiefs. Thank you for choosing us we will serve you well.
  • yayyy
  • The Twelve Tables
  • Did you hear about  the 12 tables
  • yea I hope they made the right choice
  • There were two social orders of Rome call the Patricians and the Plebeians. The Patricians were wealthy while the Plebeians were not. They lived almost in two other worlds since they couldn't even intermarry with the other social order/class. 
  • The Two Principals of the Law of Nations
  • why haven't you put him in the dungeon!
  • You ignorant child do you not know the law? He is not guilty until proven and he has the right to defend himself to the jury so be on your way!
  • In the Roman Republic the chief officers were the consuls and praetors. Every year, two consuls would be chosen to lead the government and army. The praetors would create laws for the citizens, almost like they were judges. 
  • Ethical Concepts that Jesus voiced
  • yes,jesus
  • I want want you all to love each other and be greatfull and kind no matter the race or class
  • The Twelve Tables were the Romans first code of laws. It brought the Patricians and  the Praetors together and even started to cause less tension between them. These first code of laws helped form a better society in Rome. 
  • Rulers that opened the door for Christianity
  • I want you to know that you are all welcome here and will be for as long as I rule
  • The Law of Nations had two principals that were where you could defend yourself in a court/in front of a judge if you were accused of something and you had to prove that you were innocent unless someone proved other wise. These principals are also apart of the United States and European Countries. 
  • The ethical concepts that Jesus voiced was to love God and love others like you would love yourself. He generally wanted people to respect others and help them if they needed it. 
  • Rulers named Constantine and Theodosius the Great opened the doors greatly for Christianity. Constantine gave tolerance for Christianity when he put out the Edict of Milan. Theodosius the Great made Christianity a state religion, making other religions illegal. 
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