Describe the social structure of ancient Roman society.

Rome of the tsarist period was a primitive society, consisting of a tribal leader, a council of the nobility, and a popular assembly. The tribal nobility (patricians) owned power and wealth, the main of which was the land. Ordinary people (plebeians) could not become senators or kings, they could be turned into slaves for unpaid debts. Only the patricians took part in public meetings. At a popular assembly, a king was elected, who was approved by the senta (council of elders).

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