A form of government in which the leader is not a monarch and certain citizens have the right to vote.
Great landowners, who became Rome's ruling class. Could be elected to government positions.
Less wealthy landholders, craftspeople, merchants, and small farmers. Could not be elected to a government position.
Were in charge of civil law-law as it applied to Roman citizens.
Two were chosen every year. They ran the government and led the Roman army into battle.
A government by three people with equal power.
Title given to Augustus, means commander in chief.
An absolute ruler.
The head of the family, or the dominate male.
Apartment blocks for the poorer citizens that could be up to six stories high.
In the Roman Empire, an official in charge of a province.
The second part of the Christian Bible.
The church leaders.
The regular church members.
An epidemic disease.
A rapid increase in prices.