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4/17/08 BR- What are appropriate reasons for citizens rebelling against their government?. Today : End of the TYRANUS REX and Rome Becomes a Republic. Assignments : Due Monday. Study Questions : 1. What is the common bond between government under the monarchy and government under the republic?

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4 17 08 br what are appropriate reasons for citizens rebelling against their government

4/17/08BR- What are appropriate reasons for citizens rebelling against their government?

Today: End of the TYRANUS REX and Rome Becomes a Republic

assignments due monday
Assignments: Due Monday

Study Questions:

1. What is the common bond between government under the monarchy and government under the republic?

2. Describe some structural changes in the Republic as it grew over time.

3. Why was the Roman army so active during the 500 years of the republic?

4. Describe the circumstances under which the senate could appoint a DICTATOR and what were the powers and duties of the office?

5. Describe some ways that the government protected against leaders becoming too powerful.

6. What is the moral of the story of Cincinnatus?

7. Who was actually responsible for the destruction of the Tarquins? Remember this name..

assignments due monday1
Assignments: Due Monday

Important People -

Lucretia

Tarquinius Sextus

Tarquin the Proud

Horatius

Cincinnatus

Important Vocabulary -

Senate, republic, assembly, consul, dictator, aedile(“eh-dial”), magistrate, praetor (“preh-tor”)

ch 3 the story of lucretia loo kret ee ah
Ch. 3 - The Story of Lucretia (loo-kret-ee-ah)

Read on Page 26-27. Let’s Discuss..

Exit Slip- 15 Points

What are the circumstances surrounding the end of the monarchy?

Are their “legendary” reasons and more realistic reasons?

How does this compare to the American Revolution?