Full EqualityIn 287 Plebians gained the right to pass laws for everyone.
Twelve Tables PublishedIn 451 B.C.E. Patricians agreed to give Plebeians equal political rights and to have wrighten laws that the Patricians could not easily change.
The Conflict of the OrdersIn 494 B.C.E . Plebeians, common people with little power, were angry that they had so little power and rebeled until the Patricians, wealthy landowners with great power, met their demands forpolitical rights.
Rome created RepublicIn 509 B.C.E Luciius Junius Brutus led a group of Patricians, drove out the last Etruscan king, and created a republic.
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Etruscan RuleIn 616 through 509 B.C.E Etruscans ruled rome.