Lecture 2 Euro

Lecture 2 Euro - Lecture 2 Euro Romulus- founder of the...

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Lecture 2 Euro Romulus- founder of the city of Rome -Established himself as Rome’s very first king early Romans were nomadic people and spoke Latin Development -Influenced by the Greeks and the Etruscans Etruscans- very first people to dominate Italy between the eight and fifth centuries BC -Established a number of cities - Several roman kings were Etruscans Magistrate - a civil or military officer with power to administer and enforce law Praetor- assistant council who had power to command troops -annually elected magistrate of the ancient roman republic, ranking below but having approximately the same functions as the consuls Senate - Held extremely important position in the roman republic - 300 members from leading families - Served for life Popular assemblies Centuries- military assembly that voted on peace and war - Elected consuls who had the power to command troops -Had the ability to legislate Tribes- civilian assembly Republic A political system or a form of government in which the supreme power is in the
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