The  Roman Senate made the laws and governed the Roman people. The Senate was made up of patricians,.- ANNEE 55 av JC: Germains et Bretons, 1) Campagne contre USIPELES et TENCTERES, 10: Selon Appien, qui s'appuie sur l'historien Canusius Germinus du 1°s av JC, CATON, l'implacable ennemi de César et grand ami de son co-consul de 59 av JC, MARCUS CALPURNIUS BIBULUS, propose au Sénat "de livrer aux Barbares César comme l’auteur d'un acte exécrable aux yeux des députés".

The Roman Senate made the laws and governed the Roman people. The Senate was made up of patricians,.- ANNEE 55 av JC: Germains et Bretons, 1) Campagne contre USIPELES et TENCTERES, 10: Selon Appien, qui s'appuie sur l'historien Canusius Germinus du 1°s av JC, CATON, l'implacable ennemi de César et grand ami de son co-consul de 59 av JC, MARCUS CALPURNIUS BIBULUS, propose au Sénat "de livrer aux Barbares César comme l’auteur d'un acte exécrable aux yeux des députés".

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Common Law and Civil Law printable that explains the differences
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In my opinion this remains the best lesson I have on TpT for teaching about Ancient Rome...You receive a four-six hour unit plan for studying ancient Roman law through engagement and interaction between the teacher and the class and classmates themselves.

In my opinion this remains the best lesson I have on TpT for teaching about Ancient Rome...You receive a four-six hour unit plan for studying ancient Roman law through engagement and interaction between the teacher and the class and classmates themselves.

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Two thousand years ago, the world was ruled by Rome. From England to Africa and from Syria to Spain, one in every four people on earth lived and died under Roman law

Two thousand years ago, the world was ruled by Rome. From England to Africa and from Syria to Spain, one in every four people on earth lived and died under Roman law

Justinian was known as the last Roman emperor; he and his court still spoke Latin, wanted to restore the old Roman Empire by reclaiming its lost lands, and neatly organized Roman law in one book, the Corpus Juris Civilis. This symbol stands for Senatus Publisque Romanus, The Senate and People of Rome.

Justinian was known as the last Roman emperor; he and his court still spoke Latin, wanted to restore the old Roman Empire by reclaiming its lost lands, and neatly organized Roman law in one book, the Corpus Juris Civilis. This symbol stands for Senatus Publisque Romanus, The Senate and People of Rome.

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aemiliana-studies: All of my notes for week 1 of 12 of my Roman Law module done! I punched a hole in the cards and put them on a binding ring to keep them together and to make revising them easier. My colour coding: Green text - dates Pink text - Latin/definitions Purple text - ancient texts Green cards - general/background info Pink cards - law of persons Blue cards - law of property and inheritance Yellow cards - law of obligations

aemiliana-studies: All of my notes for week 1 of 12 of my Roman Law module done! I punched a hole in the cards and put them on a binding ring to keep them together and to make revising them easier. My colour coding: Green text - dates Pink text - Latin/definitions Purple text - ancient texts Green cards - general/background info Pink cards - law of persons Blue cards - law of property and inheritance Yellow cards - law of obligations

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P: Emperor Justinian of the Byzantine empire was able to codify Roman law and therefore reduce legal confusion in the Byzantine empire. During his rule Emperor Justinian also attempted to recover Western territory, without much success.

P: Emperor Justinian of the Byzantine empire was able to codify Roman law and therefore reduce legal confusion in the Byzantine empire. During his rule Emperor Justinian also attempted to recover Western territory, without much success.

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In the sixth century, a man named Justinian attempted to reconquer Western territory but did not have lasting success. The military efforts weakened the empire with the attacks of Slavs and Persians. He rebuilt Constantinople in classical style. His Roman law reduced legal confusion in the empire and later spread Roman legal concepts throughout Europe.

In the sixth century, a man named Justinian attempted to reconquer Western territory but did not have lasting success. The military efforts weakened the empire with the attacks of Slavs and Persians. He rebuilt Constantinople in classical style. His Roman law reduced legal confusion in the empire and later spread Roman legal concepts throughout Europe.

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