Ancient Roman Civilization

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Ancient Roman Civilization 1. Who were the Etruscans: a group of people who were good Calvary, and took over Rome in 625 BCE 2. Rome was built on: Tiber River 3. Patricians: The class that the Senate and their family belonged to. Also known as the father of the State. Plebeians: The commoners, including small farmers, artisans, and many clients, or dependents, of patrician landowners. 4. In 509 BCE, The patricians replaced the monarchy with an aristocracy they called a republic, where the one king was shares by two, called consuls. 5. Tribal Assembly a constitutional body, the gathering if the plebeians aka Concilium Plebis. 6. Branches of Roman Government Consuls, senate, popular Assembly 7. Punic War Battle between Romans and Carthage, where the Romans defeated both the first and second war. They expanded into Mediterranean and Hannibal, great Carthage general commits suicide. 8. Tribunes: the plebian leader of the Tribal Assembly 9. The Romans did not defeat:
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10. By 133 BCE, Rome acquired providences in three continents – Europe, Africa and Asia,
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