History of Plebeians
The term plebeian referred to all free Roman citizens who were not members of the patrician, senatorial or equestrian classes. Plebeians were average working citizens of Rome farmers, bakers, builders or craftsmen who worked hard to support their families and pay their taxes.
What was Patriciate in history?
What are three facts about plebeians?
Why were the plebeians so important to Rome?
Who was called plebeians?
Did plebeians go to school?
What is a nobleman?
: a man of noble rank : peer.
How many consuls did Rome have?
What does the word plebeian mean?
What rights did plebeians have?
What is true about plebeians?
Are plebeians rich or poor?
What did plebeians want?
What was the most important power of the consuls?
What were plebeians allowed to do?
What did plebeians eat?
What did plebeians wear?
For example, plebeians wore a tunic that was often dark and made of an inexpensive material or thin wool felt. In contrast, patricians wore white tunics made of expensive linen or fine wool or even silk which was very rare at the time.