After the massacre of the Gracchi, the Senate and all their enemies triumphed. But the common people have not forgotten the Gracchi. The places where they were killed were often visited by the people, and their memory was honored with sacrifices. Later, statues of both brothers were erected. Why did the people remember the Gracchi and honor their memory? Why did their opponents celebrate victory?
The Gracchi brothers tried to alleviate the plight of the people, so they were remembered. Their opponents were rich people who did not allow their law on the redistribution of land to be implemented, so they celebrated victory.
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