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The roman population

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Raquel Esteban

on 15 January 2016

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The roman population
Etruscan kings ruled Rome from around 616 to 509 B.C.E.
-Patricians
-Plebians
-Slaves (they were not considered citizens)

Your status as a plebian or patricians was decided at birth. The lower class plebians made up about 95% of the population and were mostly peasants, laborers, artisans and shopkeepers. The word "plebian" stems from the latin word "plebs" which means many. Plebians had far fewer privileges than patricians, plebians had very little say in government, were required to pay taxes and were required to serve in the military.
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