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In the development of the Roman Empire, the Romans treated citizenship as

A. something to be shared with conquered people.
B. belonging only to native Romans.
C. a benefit worthy only of peoples who had freely joined them.
D. meaningless because the Roman Empire was tyrannical.

*please explain:/

  • History - ,

    Try some of th e following links for information:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=IN+THE++ROMAN+EMPIRE%2C+H+OW+DID+THE+ROMANS+TREAT+CITZENSHIP

    Sra

  • History - ,

    I don't like the answers.

    Consider B: if conquered folks joined the Roman army, upon discharge they were granted Roman citizenship..this was a big inducement to join the army for 300 years.
    consider C: There were some priviledges for allies, and some limited citizenship, but not full citizenship.
    Consider D: nope
    Consider A: nope

    So I suspect your teacher wants B as the correct answer, when it fact it is untrue. However, that is Penn-Foster.

  • History - ,

    b is wrong

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