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oldest representation of Roman emperor Julius Caesar

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Pompey the Great 106-48 BC Early Roman Empire

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Marcus Livius Drusus Salinator (254 BC – ca. 204 BC), the son of Marcus (a member of the gens Livia), was a Roman consul who fought in both the First and the Second Punic Wars most notably during the Battle of the Metaurus. Born in 254 BC, Livius was elected consul of the Roman Republic with Lucius Aemilius Paulus shortly before the Second Illyrian War in 219 BC.

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Ivory diptych of Consul Anicius Petronius Probus depicting Emperor Honorius, 406, from the Aosta Cathedral, Italy, Roman Civilization, beginning of 5th Century Aosta,Museo del Tesoro

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According to tradition the Roman Republic was established around 509 BC, when the last of the seven kings of Rome, Tarquin the Proud, was deposed by Lucius Junius Brutus. In place of a king, the Romans elected two consuls with equal power. The consuls served for only one year and could not be reelected and held veto power over one another. The Senate advised the consuls. The consuls and senators came from the patrician “order" – wealthy landowning families.

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An ancient Roman sestertius, once in the collection of Clarence Sweet Bement (1843-1923). Issued under Emperor Antoninus Pius, in 142 AD. The inscription reading, "Antoninus, Pius Emperor, Father of his Country, Tribune of the People, Three times Consul"

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Gaius Marius, Roman General And Politician.

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Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus - the Gracchi brothers. Their actions led to the end of the Roman Republic.

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.Centurion or Legate

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Roman Senate / Roman Empire Pop-up Activity

This fun and engaging pop-up Roman Senate will introduce your students to the Patricians, the Plebeians, the role of the Senate, Consuls and Dictators. Everything you need to know about the life of a Roman citizen distilled onto one factual and fabulous visual worksheet.

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