a nation with a constitution and without monarchy in which power lies with the citizens.
a ruling body made up of representatives, the highest decision-makeing body in government of ancient rome.
in anceient rome one of two cheif government officials a preson apointed by a interests in a foreign city.
in ancient rome a wealthy citizen who claimed to be able to trade his or her roots to the founding of rome.
an ordinary working citizen in rome who had the right to vote but not to hold office.
an entrance hall that opens into a larger courtyard.
the oldest and most powerful male member of a family especially in ancient rome.
the art of public speaking.
in ancient rome a slave or captive forced to fight another person to death.
tunnels and bridges built to transport water first built in ancient rome.