Knowledge of Roman Society
By: Pamela See and Daniella Marinello
Citizenship belonged to all free, law-abiding people. Romans have lots of rights in Rome when they are citizens. For example, Rome citizens have the rights to vote and the rights to hold civil and/or government offices. In addition, they also had the rights to own property, write contracts, and had the rights to go to court.
The Laws of Rome
Inheritance - what family gets when a member dies
Contracts between people