Roman Republic: The Twelve Tables Of Roman Law

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Law: Roman Law had a significant influence over the modern days, laws of many countries. Ideas like trial by jury, civil rights, contracts personal properties, legal wills, and corporations all were influenced by the Roman Law. Government and Citizenship: Many Modern-day governments are formed after the Roman Republic. Concepts such as balance of powers, prohibition, and representation all were developed and recorded by the Romans. Citizenship was a privileged, political, and legal status afforded to free individuals with respect to laws, properties, and control.
Twelve Tables: The Twelve Tables are laws. For example, “Table Eleven is , marriages shall not take place between Plebeians and Patricians.” A commision of ten men were chosen
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