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Roman Republic By Marcos,JF,Natalia, Laura and Mateo. 509 BC- 27 ad

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Roman RepublicBy Marcos,JF,Natalia,

Laura and Mateo.

509 BC- 27 ad

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LANDSCAPESBY Juan francisco and marcos

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LANDSCAPESIn Roman Republic they use tactic points to made the buildings. Like aqueducts

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ROMAN ROAD

They connect all the different important buildings, cities, they were use to trade…Made by …

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ECONOMYBY MATEO

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ECONOMY-AGRICULTURE

Innovations

Plough Graind Mill

Olives press

Irrigation systems

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AGRICULTURE

LATIFUNDIA

VILLAS

ECONOMY: AGRICULTURE

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ECONOMY-TRADE

EXPORTATIONS

Hispania

Africa

Egypt

Germania and Baltic

importations

Africa

China and India

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ECONOMY-TRADE

Transport

They use to transport

Roman road

ships

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The Roman Culture. By: Natalia Lago

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Differents parts of the architecture.

-The roman Architecture is a copy of Greek architecture.-In Rome there are two differents types of houses, the Domus and the Insula.:

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The most important monuments

Segovia’s aqueduct: was do Rome’s Coliseum: was built in the 2 century A.C. the 1st century.

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Differents parts of the sculpture.

-Roman Canon of beauty is similar to the Greek, being mere copies.

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The most important bust.

-The Julius Caesar is the most important sculpture in the Roman Empire, do not know that year is made.

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By Laura

Social Classes

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Social Classes

CITIZENS Non Citizens

commoners patriciansservantscustomers

slaves

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Cives = (citizens)

·patricians

·plebs

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Non cives = (non citizens)

·Slaves=Esclavos·Servants=Libertos ·Customers=Clientes

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Political voice

·Patricians=can be emperators · have servants,servants and customers = don't have political voice ·Plebs=can’t be emperators

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POLITICAL ORGANIZATION

BY MARCOS

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What´s the republic?

-There isn´t a king-It´s a democracy without king.-They voted the president

Roman Republic flag

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The law of the twelve tables

They contain the rights of the roman people.1-3 = derecho procesal privado4-5= derecho a familia y sucesiones6-7= derecho de obligaciones8-9= derecho penal10= derecho sacro11-12= tablas de los injustos

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Diagram

ASSEMBLIES (voted for laws)

CHOOSE

INFERIORS SUPERIORS

Manage the city Propose laws

the police and the taxes SENATE Direct foreign police Advise the magistrates

(The inferiors and superiors are the magistrates)

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othersby juan francisco

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How rome change to a republic

Etruscan king Last king after the Roman Republic

Became a republicPatricans

formed an aristocratics Plebeian TribunesLaw of the Twelve Tables

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The romans rights

The protection of the laws

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Important persons. The Gracchi brothers

They were plebeian nobiles

TiberiusGaius

Plebeian Tribunes

in the late 2nd century BC.

Served

They want to distribute the landholdings to the poor persons.

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Religion

In the Roman Republic they believed in romans gods.

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I hope you like it

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