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what does Hierarchical mean?
the wealthy at the top and slaves at the bottom
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what does Patriarchal mean?
women, children, slaves obeyed male head of the family
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what does unequal mean?
poverty led to crime, wealthy had all the power
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what were the three groups of crime?
against property, against the person and against authority
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what did crimes against property include?
petty theft, selling underweight goods and burglary
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what did crimes against the person include?
street violence and murder
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what did crimes against authority include?
plotting against the emperor and refusing to conform to state religion
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what were some of the punishments used during Roman times?
flogging and beating, repaying cost of stolen goods, cutting off limbs, being sent to exile, forced to become a gladiator and exection
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who tried very serious crimes?
the Roman governor of Britain
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who tried smaller crimes?
magistrates in local courts
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what did the victims of a crime have to do?
victims had to gather evidence to take to court and take the suspect to the centurion
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What did Roman legions do?
in charge of dealing with riots and disorder
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