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Roman Republic: The rise and fall of ancient Rome’s government

The Roman Republic was a form of government in Rome that lasted from around 509 B.C. to 27 B.C. 

According to ancient Roman writers, the Roman Republic emerged in 509 B.C., after the last king of Rome was deposed. Modern-day historians often consider the official end of the Roman Republic to be 27 B.C., which was the year that Octavian — who had risen to become the ruler of Rome — was given the title “Augustus” (a title that means “revered one”) by the Roman senate. 

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