a leader with absolute power chosen by the senate in wartime
wealthy people who owned land in ancient Rome
farmers and other common people in ancient Rome
a government in which the leaders are elected by people
leaders who represent the people of a nation or group
A group of 300 men who advised the leaders of ancient Rome
leaders who represented the common people in ancient Rome
leaders of the ancient Roman Republic. Two consuls led the government at a time.
General from Carthage who fought against the Romans in the Punic Wars. He brought his army and elephants over the Alps to attack Rome.
Romulus and Remus
Legendary founders of Rome
Wars between Rome and Carthage for control of trade in the Med. Sea. Rome won all three wars and destroyed Carthage in the end.