Citizenship, laws, justice, punishment by: Bella Crawford

Roman Citizenship

    In the Roman Republic and later in the Roman Empire, people residing within the Roman state could roughly be divided into several classes: A male Roman citizenenjoyed a wide range of privileges and protections defined in detail by the Roman state.

    Slavs had very little rights like owning land.

    Women could do mostly everything but vote.

    Men had every right.

Roman Laws

There were many laws that the Romans had to fallow.

Slave had to follow the law to be a slave

Women had to fallow the law to not be able to vote

There were Marriage laws that stated you could only be married to one spouse at a time

There were criminal laws for anyone who was not following the laws of Rome