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

Revision as of 18:29, 26 July 2008

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.