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Jennifer

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on 18 April 2010

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Rome's Political Development Monarchy to Republic In 510 BC the people of Rome revolted against King Tarquinius who was involved in a sex scandal After the king was out of the picture the roman aristocracy voted on two leaders to share the power of the king as well as for a senate
With the republic in control all of the power was in the hands of the roman upper class Republic to Empire Julius Caesar marched in and declared dictatorship After Caesar's death Mark Anothney, Marcus Ledipus and Octavian took power by military force took power and expanded jenn p
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