The Ordinary Citizens: The Roman Golden Age

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The Roman golden age had gone through many important events that were the most important contributions to Roman state situation in the ancient history. The first and most important was getting rid of the kingship. However, it was the aristocrats who made the condition of the new republic become unstable. This was because of their acts towards the ordinary people who had the most important share in the dispose of the Tarquins. Considering themselves, the Patricians, as a class of much better advantages and privileges than those of the ordinary people, the Plebeians, had had the main impact over the tensioned relationships between the two parties both economically and politically. As for the political situation, the Patricians saw themselves
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