Knowledge of Roman Society

By FERNANDO ALVAREZ AND ANGEL ADAME

ROMAN PUNISHMENTS

PUNISHMENTS

Fit the crime committed

- Fines - pay money

- Beatings

- Banishments - have to leave rome

- Slavery

- Execution if guilty of treason

Patricide -killing your father, was being drowned in a river

Slaves were beaten, harder work, or often crucified

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ROMAN LAWS

Focused on:

- Marriage

- Inheritance-what a family gets when a member dies

- Contracts between people

Laws were written

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ROMAN CITIZENSHIP

Citizenship belonged to all free, law-abiding people


Rights of citizens

Able to vote

Hold official office civil and government

Own property and write contracts

Go to court

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ROMAN JUSTICE

ROMAN JUSTICE

Naturals laws giving citizen rights

- connected to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness- where do we see that in the united states?

Judges made court decisions from trials and evidence

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