Hispania, Narbonense, Dalmacia, Macedonia, Greece,Syria, Asia,Cirenaica, Africa, 201 B.C to 60 B.C
Hispania,Asia and Narbonense 264 B.C to 201 B.C
Galia,Recia,Panonia, Macedonia, Egypt, Africa,Mauritania 60 B.C to 14 B.C
Italy 264 B.C
Britrania, Dacia, Ponto, Syria 60 B.C to 117 A.C
Public Law, Private Law,International law
Language and literature
the language of Latin, poets, theaters, speakers ...
They were polytheistic
mosaic, architecture, ceramics, sculpture, painting ...
509B.C to 27B.C
27B.C to 476 A.C
753B.C to 509B.C
Patricicians and plebeians
During the Monarchy and the Republic, society was divided up into patricians and plebeians.
The senatorial order was composed of wealthy, traditional patrician families who participated in the senate.
The equestrian order was made up of middle-class families that became wealthy through business and trade, or by working as lawyers.
In the city
Cities were important economic and commercial centres:
Some of the most common products produced by artisans were weapons, textiles, farming tools and pottery.
Most artisans had their workshops in the cities.
in the countryside
The majority of the work was done by slaves.
Many of these individuals had large estates, called villas rusticas
There were improvements in farming technology
All farmland belonged to the state
The main crops grown were wheat, grapes and olives.
The most commonly farmed livestock were goats, sheep, cows and horses
Slaves were the basis of Rome's workforce. By law, a slave was considered a thing, not a person.
For the Romans, the family was the foundation of society.
citizens with rights to vote and run for public office,or simply free people with no rights to vote or run for public office.