Culture Of Rome
Roman Citizenship Law And Justice
People Who Follow The Law Are Allowed
People Who Follow All The Laws Are Able To
Have Citizens Rights
Able to vote
Have official offices
Own property and write contracts
Go to court
We Still Have These Rights In The U.S
Slaves Have No Rights And Have A Small Chance Of Freedom.Freemen Were Slaves Who Were Freed,Freemen Have A Little Bit Of Right,Now In America Most People Have All Citizen Rights Unlike Back Then In Rome.In Rome If You Were Born There You Would Automatically Be A Citizen,But If You Were A Girl You Would Still Get Limited Rights.Now In The U.S. If You Are Born Here You Would Get All Citizens Rights No Matter The Gender
Inheritance And Contracts
Punishments For Crimes
Fines-For Fines You Need To Pay Money,In The U.S. We Still Have Fines,In The U.S. If You Drive Really Fast You Get A Speeding Ticket Which Is A Fine
In Ancient Rome,Romans Gave Out Beatings,But Now In The U.S Police Dont Give Beatings,Now Polices Put Criminals In Jail Instead Of Beatings.
Sometimes They Banished Some People,Now In The U.S. Some People Could Get Banned From Countries,Which Is Almost The Same Thing As Getting Banished.
Another Punishment Is Slavery.The U.S. Doesnt Have Slavery As A Punishment Anymore.
People Get Executed If Guilty Of Treason,You Could Get Still Get Killed For Treason,The Punishment Is More Than 5 Years Of Prison Or Execution And A Fine Of 10,000 Dollars.
Patricide Also Known As Killing Your Father,They Drown You As The Punishment.In The U.S. Now If You Kill Your Father It Would Be Considered Murder And You Will Go To Jail As The Punishment