Culture of Rome

Citizenship, Law, and Justice

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Citizenship

Male citizens enjoyed all of the rights, while women barely had any rights. Slaves had no rights at all. Freedmen were slaves but with some rights.
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Law

Laws were written for marriage, inheritance, and contractions between people. Their laws had to be followed or else there would be consequences.
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Justice

People got killed if they did something wrong. For example, if they didn't follow the laws they got punished. If someone killed their father, they got killed