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Rome – Vocabulary- II
Patrician – in the Roman republic, a member of the upper ruling class
Plebeian – in the Roman republic, one of the common people
Republic – a form of government in which leaders are elected to represent the
people
Senate – a group of 300 men elected to govern Rome
Consul – one of two chief leaders of Rome
Tribune – an official of Rome elected by plebeians to represent them
Twelve Tables – the earliest written collection of Roman laws, drawn up by
patricians about 450B.C. that became the foundation of Roman law