A patrician was a member of the wealthy upper-class. A patrician was a member of the wealthy upper-class


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A patrician was a member of the wealthy upper-class.

  • A patrician was a member of the wealthy upper-class.

  • A plebeian was an ordinary citizen.

  • Slaves made up about ⅓ of the population.

  • Slaves came from all across land controlled by Rome.

  • Slaves did most of the building, such as the Colosseum or Trajan’s Forum.



Prior to 367 B.C.E. and The Law of the Twelve Tables, plebeians could not be senators or consuls.

  • Prior to 367 B.C.E. and The Law of the Twelve Tables, plebeians could not be senators or consuls.

  • Patricians gave in to these demands because plebeians refused to fight in Rome’s wars.

  • Patricians were becoming increasingly rich, taking over plebeian land and bringing in more slaves—meaning more and more plebeians were unemployed and homeless.





Large country estates owned by patricians.

  • Large country estates owned by patricians.



Large country estates owned by patricians.

  • Large country estates owned by patricians.

  • villas



Emperor for only 6 months in 69 C.E., he is known for his large meals and excessive eating.

  • Emperor for only 6 months in 69 C.E., he is known for his large meals and excessive eating.



Emperor for only 6 months in 69 C.E., he is known for his large meals and excessive eating.

  • Emperor for only 6 months in 69 C.E., he is known for his large meals and excessive eating.

  • Aulus Vitellius



The name given to shows in arenas

  • The name given to shows in arenas

  • and the Colosseum



The name given to shows in arenas

  • The name given to shows in arenas

  • and the Colosseum

  • circuses



People who fought for the

  • People who fought for the

  • entertainment of others.



People who fought for the

  • People who fought for the

  • entertainment of others.

  • gladiators



Writer and philosopher who disapproved

  • Writer and philosopher who disapproved

  • of the gladiator battles.



Writer and philosopher who disapproved

  • Writer and philosopher who disapproved

  • of the gladiator battles.

  • Seneca







villa

  • villa



clowns



feasts

  • feasts



rundown housing

  • rundown housing



circuses

  • circuses



partridge

  • partridge



Public Execution of Criminals

  • Public Execution of Criminals

  • As we learned in “Rome: Engineering an Empire”

  • Animal Versus Man: In the Morning

  • Public Executions: Midday

  • Gladiators: Early Evening



rubbish

  • rubbish

  • Cloaca Maxima

  • There was no organized collection of

  • rubbish (trash) for plebeians.



wild boar

  • wild boar



gladiators

  • gladiators



free grain

  • free grain



flamingo

  • flamingo



musicians

  • musicians

  • Roman Citara



No Wheat Riots

  • No Wheat Riots



Homes Made of Wood

  • Homes Made of Wood



ostrich

  • ostrich



dormouse

  • dormouse



dancers

  • dancers



Wheat for Bread

  • Wheat for Bread



poets



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  • Give one example from today’s list that fits with a patrician and plebeian.

  • Patrician:

  • Plebeian:




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