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How did the plebeians eventually gain a larger role in the Roman republic?

The plebians revolted until a tribune was created in which they could elect their own representatives. The Struggle of the Orders was a fight for political equality withthe Pa

How did plebians gain a larger role in the Roman Republic?

First, we should understand the implications of plebeian. The Plebs were those who were not Patricians. Paticians belonged to families which claimed an ancient noble lineage (

How did plebeians eventually gain a larger role in the roman republic?

The plebeians gained their political rights by civil unrest and work stoppage. The patricians soon realized that they needed the plebeians not only for their work, but for the

How did the plebeians evenutually gain a larger role in the roman republic?

They made the first steps in withdrawing from thee city to make their point, and got a share in the magistracies, which led to their progressive increases in numbers in the Se

Which was the role of the senate in the roman republic?

The main role of the senate in the Roman republic was to debate and discuss. They could put proposals before the assemblies to have them voted into law and even found ways to

What was the role of consuls of the roman republic?

The consuls in the Roman republic were the annually elected heads of state. There were two of them so as not to give one man supreme power over the entire nation. This was fur

How did the plebians eventually gain a larger role in the romain republic?

In the early Republic the patrician aristocracy monopolised political power. All the senators and consuls (the two annually elected heads of the city and the army) were patric

How did the plebeians eventually gain a larger role in in the roman republic?

The Conflict of the Orders between patricians (the aristocracy) and plebeians (the commoners, both rich and poor) had two strands. It started with a rebellion of the poor pleb

How did the plebeians eventually gave a larger role in the roman republic?

 It was the 200-year  Conflict of the Orders between patricians and plebeians. In the  early Republic the patricians monopolised the office of the  consuls, the two annua

What was the role of the senate in the roman republics?

The senate was an unelected advisory body for  the consuls. It debated matters of policy and issued advice. The  consuls usually followed the advice. It could issue decrees

Why were plebeian's unhappy at the beginning of the republic?

The grievances of the poor plebeians were economic: the abuse of  defaulting debtors by creditors, the interest rate of loans and  shortages of land for the poor to farm. Th