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Athens and Rome
Citizenship DBQ
Background Vocabulary
• an inhabitant of a city or town;
especially : one entitled to the
rights and privileges of a
freeman/ a native or naturalized
person who owes allegiance to a
government and is entitled to
protection from it
Citizen
• one that is placed under
authority or control: a VASSAL
one subject to a monarch and
governed by the monarch's
law or that of a sovereign power
or state
Subject
• Balance between individual
rights and responsibilities
Social Contract Tof
Citizenship
• a city that with its surrounding
territory forms an independent
state.
City-State
• a person engaged or learned in
philosophy, especially as an
academic discipline.
Philosopher
• The Roman Republic is the period from
the (perhaps apocryphal) overthrow of
the last Roman king, Lucius Tarquinius,
in 509 BC by the Roman nobility until
the establishment of a permanent
imperial dictatorship under Augustus
(Octavian) Caesar in 27 BC.
Roman Republic