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'''Romans''' were [[citizens]] of the great Empire [[Rome]]. Roman citizenship was a privileged status in the Empire.  Residents of conquered territories and Roman client states generally had a lesser form of citizenship.
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''See [[Epistle to the Romans]] for the book in the [[New Testament]]''.
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'''Romans''' are inhabitants of the city of [[Rome]]. Historically, ''Romans'' were [[citizens]] of the [[Roman Empire]].
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''Romans'' can also refer to the [[Bible|biblical]] [[Epistle to the Romans]], a letter written by [[Saint Paul]] to the early Christian church in Rome.
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==Ancient Romans==
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Roman citizenship was a privileged status in the Empire.  Residents of conquered territories and Roman client states generally had a lesser form of citizenship.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:56, 2 July 2015

See Epistle to the Romans for the book in the New Testament.

Romans are inhabitants of the city of Rome. Historically, Romans were citizens of the Roman Empire.

Romans can also refer to the biblical Epistle to the Romans, a letter written by Saint Paul to the early Christian church in Rome.

Ancient Romans

Roman citizenship was a privileged status in the Empire. Residents of conquered territories and Roman client states generally had a lesser form of citizenship.