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Ancient Rome

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cody cropper

on 6 May 2010

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Transcript of Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome Geography Ancient Romes geography was very similar to Greece. The Tiber River was a important river in Rome and it streched for more than 250 miles. The beggining of Rome There were two myths of the founding of Rome. The first one said that a warrior named Aeneas escaped from troyand married a latin princess then they searched untill they found a town near the Tiber River. The next myth was about two boys named Romulus and Remus and their father was godlike person and their uncle was jelious and sent them in a basket down the Tiber River then they were raised by wolves and when they were grown they found a new city. The Poor Get More Power Republic- is a government in wich citizens have the right to vote and elect officials. Patricians represented the upper class of Roman society Pelebeians- the common people of Rome Tribune- the top officials of the pelebeian assembly Twelve Tables-is the written laws of Rome The Roman Republic Tripartite-means three parts Checks And Balances-means keeping any one branch of a government from gaining more power than others. Senate-An assembly or council of citizens having the highest deliberate functions in a government. Magistrates-a civil officer charged with administeration to the law Growth of the republic Rome used diplomacy Tactic-is a method used to acheive a short-term goal,
such as winning a battle There were three punic wars Rome would have been destroyed if
it wasnt for Scipio.
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