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Voting is an example of which of the following aspects of the government of the Roman Republic? civic duty separation of powers checks and balances rule of law

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  1. anonymous
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    @Pandemonium

  2. Pandemonium
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    There u go buddy lol

  3. Pandemonium
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    also the answer is A

  4. anonymous
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    xD thx for helping me

  5. anonymous
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    Can i ask another Question?

  6. Pandemonium
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    how many we talking here?

  7. anonymous
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    uh about 20 more :P

  8. Pandemonium
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    -_-

  9. anonymous
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    taking a Pre-Test -.-

  10. Pandemonium
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    hahahaha you 2

  11. Pandemonium
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    what unit?

  12. anonymous
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    um

  13. anonymous
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    idk =_=*

  14. Pandemonium
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    hahaha

  15. anonymous
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    but can you still hep me?

  16. Pandemonium
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    mmmm for like 5 more bc imma be leaving soon

  17. anonymous
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    ok ill make it quick

  18. anonymous
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    The Roman Republic contributed which of the following ideas toward the development of democratic principles? representative democracy voting absolute power direct democracy

  19. Pandemonium
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    alrighty

  20. Pandemonium
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    A

  21. anonymous
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    Which of the following describes an effect of the development of the assemblies in the Roman Republic? power was less concentrated in the hands of wealthy nobles power was more concentrated in the hands of wealthy nobles power was less evenly distributed among the three branches of government power was more evenly distributed among the three branches of government

  22. Pandemonium
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    D

  23. anonymous
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    Which statement describes the growth of Rome from the Republic to the Empire? Rome's rapid expansion caused economic problems that caused the army to take over the government and establish an empire. The lands around the Mediterranean joined Rome because it was stable and prosperous; they insisted on rights fulfilled by the Empire. The expansion of Rome caused social problems that the Republic could not resolve until an Empire was established. The military was more active in expanding Roman territory during the Empire than it was during the Republic.

  24. Pandemonium
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    B

  25. anonymous
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    The conquest of areas in Egypt and the Middle East increased the flow of which product into Rome? grain olive oil wine marble

  26. Pandemonium
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    C

  27. anonymous
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    Most goods that came into Ancient Rome traveled by ship horseback cart caravan

  28. Pandemonium
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    ship

  29. anonymous
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    ok this one uses a map so...

  30. anonymous
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    Use the map to answer the following question: Map of Europe and North Africa labeled, Spread of Christianity. Dark green indicates Christian areas, 325 AD. The dark green areas are small, isolated patches surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. Light green indicates Christian areas added by 476 AD. Most of Spain, Gaul, Italy, Greece, and Asia Minor are light green. The light green extends to the European inland and as far north as parts of Great Britain. It also extends to part of Egypt and Syria, and the North African Mediterranean coast. A grey line indicates the boundaries of the Roman Empire, 476 AD. This line extends around the Mediterranean, from North Africa in the south, beyond Jerusalem to the east, and into northern Gaul. © 2012 The Exploration Company Which idea about early Christianity in Rome does this map support? It did not expand beyond the boundaries of the empire before 325 AD. It expanded beyond the boundaries of the empire by 476 AD. It began in Britain and spread outward by 325 AD. It was not affected by the boundaries of the Roman Empire until after 476 AD. Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) (05.03 MC)Use the map to answer the following question: Map of Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia labeled Growth of Rome 500 BC – AD 107. The darkest green color is labeled Original Roman Republic 500 BC. The darkest green area on the map is the small area around the city of Rome. Another green color is labeled Imperial gains by 264 BC. This green color on the map is most of the Italian peninsula. Another green color is labeled Imperial Gains by 146 BC. This color on the map includes most of Spain, Sicily and Sardinia, Greece, and part of Northern Africa around Carthage. A light green color is labeled, Imperial gains by 44 BC. The light green area on the map extends to Gaul, Asia Minor, Syria, and Numidia in North Africa. A light yellow color on the map is labeled, Extent of Roman Empire by AD 107 . This color on the map includes all of the previous areas, an extends to Britain, as well as further inland in Europe and Asia, and the entire North African coast. © 2012 The Exploration Company Based on the map, which statement is true about the Roman Empire? It stayed confined to Gaul and Spain. It came from Asia Minor. It remained small and centered in Italy. It spread to parts of North Africa before it spread to Britain.

  31. Pandemonium
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    Jesus Christ man xD

  32. anonymous
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    Sorry hold on i'll send you the map

  33. Pandemonium
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    ok

  34. anonymous
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    D

  36. anonymous
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    Which statement is true about the powers of patricians and plebeians in the Roman Republic? Patricians never allowed plebeians to influence the government. Plebeians gained power over time, but patricians never allowed them to rule as consuls. Patricians were members of the upper class, while plebeians included slaves. Plebeians gained the power to serve as consuls and senators from patricians over time.

  37. Pandemonium
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    D

  38. Pandemonium
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    thats the last one for today my friend

  39. anonymous
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    ok Thank you so much Man

  40. anonymous
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    do you have a Kik?

  41. Pandemonium
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    no problem anytime man, if u want u can fan me so u can see the next time im online

  42. Pandemonium
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    and yea i do

  43. anonymous
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    i already Faned you xD

  44. anonymous
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    add me on Kik, Kik name is Wickedeyes15

  45. Pandemonium
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    Find me bc i dont have wifi on my phone right now, My_Oreo_

  46. anonymous
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    lol ok

  47. Pandemonium
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    Remeber to close the question before u get off bro, see u later

  48. anonymous
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    wait if you have no WiFi how are you on Open study?

  49. anonymous
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    ok bye

  50. Pandemonium
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    school computer

  51. anonymous
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    k

  52. Pandemonium
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    Peace xD

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