Flashcards: Roman Republic Interactive Flashcards for Studying

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Term meaning a 'thing of the people'
Italy centrally located in this large sea
Nobles who controlled the government
Traditional founder of the Roman Republic (509 B.C.E.)
Latins settled south of this river circa 1200 B.C.E.
Rome's first written law code (450 B.C.E.)
Twin brothers who, according to legend, founded Rome in 753 B.C.E.
Rome was built on this number of hills on the eastern bank of the Tiber River
In charge of Roman finances
Common people of Rome, with few rights and little power
Roman Republic ended in 31 B.C.E. with this battle
Rome was the leading city of this league
These men, with absolute power, were sometimes elected by the Senate to rule for six months during an emergency
Language of Rome
In charge of administering justice
Lucius Junius Brutus
Twelve Tables
Romulus and Remus
Battle of Actium
Latin League












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