plebeian


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Synonyms for plebeian

Synonyms for plebeian

Synonyms for plebeian

of or associated with the great masses of people

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How far were early modern plebeian collective identities formed
The first, Tiberius, while serving as a plebeian tribune, successfully pushed for an agrarian law stipulating that no land owner should hold more than 500 jugera (one Roman jugerum equaled roughly 5/8 of an acre).
Having eliminated plebeian internalization of Spanish ideology as the main mechanism that kept castas in their place in colonial society, Cope makes a compelling case for the importance of patronage networks controlled by elite individuals.
What's promising about Stem is that in this age of public relations, he's spontaneous, and in this age of pretense, he's plebeian.
Born around 333, reputedly to a humble plebeian family; led an army to victory over the Samnites at Aquilonia (293); elected consul (290), he quelled a revolt by the Sabines and directed the partial drainage of Lake Velinus (near Terni) (289); elected to replace consul L.
A young Roman plebeian of great beauty, decoyed by Appius Claudius Crassus, one of the decemvirs, and claimed as his slave.
Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo" was one of the most substantial and significant entries in the Metro Manila Film Festival, because it "dares" to make viewers thinkor, more properly, to rethink what they know and feel about the Great Plebeian, Andres Bonifacio, and his stature and import in the nation's pantheon of heroes.
Who had higher rank, the praetor or the officials protecting plebeian rights?
She meets Neely, an unpolished teenager with a big voice, and Jennifer North, an actress running from a plebeian past who is forever unable to escape a middling career and celebrity status.
269 of President Rodrigo Duterte that declared the commemoration of the birth of the great plebeian Andres Bonifacio a regular holiday.
uk/research/news/archaeologists-uncover-rare-2000-year-old-sundial-during-roman-theatre-excavation) University of Cambridge , contains an inscription in ancient Roman lettering on its base that translates to the man's name, "Marcus Novius Tubula, son of Marcus" and another on the dial that says he was a plebeian tribune.
This soon stirred concerns among other Romans, notably the plebeian majority, largely small landowners and farmers, who felt themselves increasingly vulnerable to arbitrary rule by the patrician oligarchy.
Cantonese cuisine has a reputation-at least among that is more plebeian but when treated with respect as one of the eight culinary traditions of Chinese cuisine, you will experience food that is tasty yet not greasy, impactful but not overwhelming, and creative but always fresh.
The author uses ancient literary accounts, material evidence, and legal and semantic developments to reexamine the history of Aventine Hill in the Roman Republic, one of the canonical seven hills, thought to be Rome's plebeian district.
Both of these elements of Coriolanus's character derive from his belief that the social world is inherently divided into binary oppositions: plebeian versus patrician, noble versus vulgar, and manly versus effeminate, among others.