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The Twelve Tables

Summary: Essay provides a discussion regarding the Twelve Tables.
The Roman Law was almost entirely nonreligious. The Romans did not pressure their empire in believing in their religion. People within the Roman empire could believe in whatever they wanted whether it be atheism, Christianity, or the Greek gods. This made their empire thrive faster, safer, and easier by not wasting time and lives on unnecessary fighting within the empire. This gives the men in my family more of a chance to survive and return home safely.

The Twelve Tables also mention about a system of court and judges. `When a debt has been acknowledged, or judgment about the matter has been pronounced in court...' Not only does that provide a safe society, but also a chance for innocent people to be able to be found not guilty, saving the person from death and the family from future hardships. For example, if a husband, the provider of...

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