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Chapter 12, Lesson 2  The Roman Republic
Vocabulary
Consul
One of two chief officials who held office in the Ancient Roman Republic
in place of a King
Dictator
A ruler with complete power
patrician
A wealthy landowner descended from the earliest settlers of Rome
plebian
A Roman citizen who was not a Patrician
republic
A form of government in which citizens elect leaders to represent them
senate
A group of 300 leading men in Rome who advised the consuls
tribune
In Ancient Rome, a leader elected to protect the Plebeians’ interests
Tripartite
Having three parts
People
Tarquinius Superbus: the last Etruscan King of Rome
Cincinnatus: roman general and statesperson