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Read : Morey, W. C. (1901). Outlines of Roman history. New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: American Book Company. http://www.forumromanum.org/history/index.html Read Chapters 6 through 13
Briefly address why the treatment of the outlying Latium towns was so important to the Roman government. Minimum words is 250 and cite reference in apa format.
From the reading, discuss how the economic and political differences between the patricians and the plebeian classes ultimately led to a plebeian revolt. Include in your discussion the results of the first revolt or secession.
The paper needs to be at least 500 words long with proper formatting and use of APA standards for citation. The paper should also include an introduction, body and conclusion.
Why were plebeians so important to Rome? Minimum words is 500 and cite reference in apa format.
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