a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them
an elected leader of ancient Rome who represented the interests of the plebeians
separate religious body; faction; group of people with common beliefs within a larger group
a professional soldier hired by a foreign army
of the hereditary aristocracy or ruling class of ancient Rome or medieval Europe
(n.) the power to forbid or prevent; (v.) to prohibit, reject
one who suffers for the sake of principle
one of two elected officials of the Roman Republic who commanded the army and were supreme judges
A military unit of the ancient Roman army, made up of about 5,000 foot soldiers and a group of soldiers on horseback.
A church official who leads a large group of Christians in a particular region
In ancient Rome, a political leader given absolute power to make laws and command the army for a limited time.
a structure that carries water over long distances
The head of the Roman Catholic Church
an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman republic
Savior sent by God
an opinion different from accepted belief; the denial of an idea that is generally held sacred