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World History Chapter 6 Section 1 The Roman Republic
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brillant military strategist who wanted to avenge Carthage's earlier defeat
How did the geography affect the development of Rome?
The Etruscans influenced the development of Rome because they boasted a system of writing, adopted there writing, and there architecture, especially the arch, and they were also skilled workers
Which were the main groups that competed for power in the early Roman republic?
The patricians and the plebeians are one of the groups that competed for power.
the common people
What is the significance of the Twelve Tables in Roman law?
The Twelve Tables established the idea that all free citizens had a right and protection. The significance is so that laws stay there and won't be mess around.
What were the causes of the first Punic Wars?
Rome and Carthage were the causes of the first Punic Wars.
form of government in which power is in the land of representatives and leaders are elected by citizens who have the right to vote
What's Rome's geography?
It's built along the Tiber River and is chosen for its fertile soil and strategists location.
first Roman settlement
from north influenced civilization
What's tactic did Scipio use to defeat Hannibal?
Scipio devised a plan to attack Carthage to defeat Hannibal
What was the significance of the Punic Wars for Rome?
Rome's victories in the Punic Wars gave it dominance over the western Mediterranean
elected representatives who protect Plebeians' rights
chosen from Roman upper class and makes foreign and domestic policy
military unit of 5,000 infantry, supported by cavalry and group of soldiers on horseback
one to lead army and one to direct government
a political leader who is given absolute power to make laws and command the army for a limited time
series of three wars between Rome and Carthage
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