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10.1 The Rise of the Roman Republic. Rome Village to Republic. Legend Founded by 2 brothers, sons of Mars, Romulus and Remus (like Cain and Abel) Rescued by a she-wolf Raised by a shepherd Around 800 BC small villages grew into a small city. Rome Village to Republic.

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rome village to republic
Rome Village to Republic
  • Legend
    • Founded by 2 brothers, sons of Mars, Romulus and Remus (like Cain and Abel)
    • Rescued by a she-wolf
    • Raised by a shepherd
  • Around 800 BC small villages grew into a small city
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Rome Village to Republic
  • On Hills near the Tiber River
    • This location gave advantages
      • Hills for defense
      • Tiber was too fast for large ships to attack
      • Between the hills they built their forum
        • Like an agora
        • Gave people a place to meet
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Rome Village to Republic
  • Monarchy
    • Rome began as a monarchy
    • A group of wealthy citizens (oligarchy) made up the senate
    • They were advisors to the king
    • Senators and other aristocrats grew tired of the monarchy
      • Some kings abused their power
      • Formed the Republic or “public thing”
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