DATES: Rome was founded. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: The Etruscans took over Rome. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: Alexander the Great died. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: The Punic Wars started. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: The Punic Wars ended. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: The Punic Wars lasted from when to when? (As in the form of 5BC-2BC)
DATES: Julius Ceasar became the dictator of Rome for 10 years. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: Julius Ceasar was assasinated by Roman senate members. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: The Roman Empire was established, and Pax Romana began. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: Jesus was crucified. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: M. Vesuvius erupted. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: The Colosseum was completed. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: Pax Romana ended. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: Pax Romana occured from when to when? (As in the form of 10BC-5AD)
DATES: The Visgoths took over Rome. (As in the form of 100AD)
DATES: Christianity became the official religon of Rome. (As in the form of 100AD)
VOCABULARY: Land that is good for farming.
VOCABULARY: A volcano that will never erupt again.
VOCABULARY: A public place where people exchange ideas and goods.
VOCABULARY: A government the Romans used where wealthy Romans elected leaders.
VOCABULARY: 2 chief officials the Roman assembly elected every year. There where 2 officials so no one person had all of the power.
VOCABULARY: A ruler with complete authority.
VOCABULARY: This was made up of elected government officials whow ere advised by government body.
VOCABULARY: Decendants of Rome's early settlers, who controlled the government.
VOCABULARY: All other Roman citizens, which include farmers, merchants, soldiers, and craftworkers.
VOCABULARY: When the lesser plebians rebelled in 494BC, they formed there on special officers, much like the partricians' senate. These special officers where called...
VOCABULARY: To refuse to agree to something.
VOCABULARY: A count of a countries people.
VOCABULARY: A well-trained army divides their soldiers in to large groups called...
VOCABULARY: Huge, Roman government buildings.
VOCABULARY: Slaves who were forced to fight, usually to death, for Roman citizens' enjoyment.
VOCABULARY: Rainwater mixed with gases from fossil fuels that for a rain the damages stone, which damaged many Roman buildings and monuments.
VOCABULARY: A system of bridges and canals that is used to carry water from place to place.
VOCABULARY: A story that teaches a religious idea.
VOCABULARY: A person that will come to bring liberty to the world. That idea was a belief of Judaism. Many people believed Jesus was this, also.
VOCABULARY: I sentence to death where you are nailed to a cross hanging on a wall, and are left to die my thirst or starvation.
VOCABULARY: A religion that supported Jesus' ideas that was created after his death by his followers.
VOCABULARY: A group of 12 men who were Jesus' closest followers.
VOCABULARY: Someone who is punished for their religious beliefs is punshed by...
VOCABULARY: People who are willing to die for thier religious beliefs.
VOCABULARY: A Christian writing that described Jesus' life, death, and ressurection.
VOCABULARY: The Gospels combined with a few other books.
VOCABULARY: Contains the books of the Hebrew Bible.
VOCABULARY: The head of the Roman Catholic Church.
VOCABULARY: People who started attacking Rome's borders in 160AD, after Pax Romana.
VOCABULARY: Someone who purposely damages property.
DATES: Julius Ceasar became dicator for life.