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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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'''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. They're also the bastards who killed [[Jesus]], alongside the [[Jews]].
  
 
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Revision as of 15:14, 20 June 2008

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. They're also the bastards who killed Jesus, alongside the Jews.