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A group of laws, written down and carved on 12 bronze tablets, that became the Foundation of Roman law.
Code of Hammurabi
Code of Ur-Nammu
The Tables of Justice
The science of building.
An elected official in Rome who represented the interests of the plebeians, or common people.
House of Representatives
A large stone structure built to carry water from one place to another.
Water Transportation Structure (WTS)
Any large area of land; region.
A large sports arena in ancient Rome.
Pont du Gard
The lawmaking body of Ancient Rome.
One of two people elected by the Roman Senate who governed Rome and commanded its army.
A government in which citizens have the right to choose their leaders.
A painting that is created directly on the wall.
A member of a common people in ancient Rome.
Several territories and peoples subject to a single emperor.
A person, often a slave, prisoner of war, or criminal who fought in the Colosseum.
A period of peace in Rome that lasted about 200 years.
Power is Peace
A member of a class of wealthy families who held all power in the early Roman Republic.
A marketplace in the center of ancient Rome surrounded by public buildings.