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FC: Ancient Rome | By M. Balzer Cover Illustrated By G. Wood

1: CONTENTS What Were Ancient Rome Rights?.................................1 What Were Ancient Rome Privileges?.............................2 What Were The Differences Of A Citizen And A Non Citizen..3 When Was Ancient Rome Created?................................4 When Was The Roman Coliseum Built?............................5 When Did The Circus Maximus Begin?.............................6 How Many People Could Be Seated In The Rome Coliseum?...7 Timeline...............................................................8

2: WHAT WERE ANCIENT ROME RIGHTS? | There were three types of civilians, these included citizens, non-citizens, and slaves. Citizens and non-citizens had more rights than slaves. They were free, protected under Roman law, or could become a Senator or Government official. Slaves had to buy their freedom from their leader, or be granted it.

4: What Were The Differences Of A Citizen And A Non Citizen? | A citizen of Rome was someone who was born in Rome. A non-citizen is someone who wasn’t Born in Rome.

6: What Were Ancient Rome Privileges? A person given citizenship was more loyal to the empire and had more desire for success. Rome was a republic govenment. A republic government is a government which is elected by the people.

7: A person given citizenship was more loyal to the empire and had more desire for success. Rome was a republic govenment. A republic government is a

8: When Was Ancient Rome Created? | Rome was created in 753 B.C. by Romulus.

10: When Was The Roman Coliseum Built? | The Roman Coliseum was created in AD 80. The roman coliseum was built for gladiators to fight each other.

12: The Circus Maximus began in 300 B.C. The Circus Maximus was a battle between two Gladiators | When Did The Circus Maximus Begin?

14: How Many People Could Be Seated In The Rome Coliseum? | The Roman could seat around 2oo,000 people at once.

16: Timeline

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  • Title: Ancient Rome
  • An educational view of Ancient Rome government and society.
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