5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- A.D 476
- Well obviously the good effects from the size of the Roman Empire were that having that many provinces and such in one empire gave Rome a variety of recourses, strengths, and such that can only come from having many parts to an empire. In Ancient Mesopotamia or Ancient Egypt or even Ancient Greece the land wasn't that large, so they were left with only the resources in that one area. This was widespread so they got a little bit of everything. The disadvantage was that the empire eventually became way to big and had way too big of a government to be ruled from one place, causing chaos to spread and for the enemies of Rome to attack and conquer. The empire began shrinking, but when they stopped conquering lands, no new wealth was available. The empire begin to crumble like Chocolate Chip cookies.
- March 15, 44 B.C
- a The date that Caesar attended the last meeting of his life with the Senate, he was brutally stabbed to death by the angry senators due to his assumption of way too much power.
- b the Latin word for "forbid"; the rejection of a bill by the consuls in the ancient Roman Republic.
- c Ancient people who lived in Etruia in Italy from at least 650 B.C. to about 500 B.C.
Lived before the Romans and influenced their culture
Controlled the Roman Empire
Roman citizens revolted in 509 B.C. which is when the Romans started the republic.
- d B. P.1) What were the good and bad effects that resulted from the great size of the Roman Empire?
- e Date when the Last Roman emperor driven from throne
5 Multiple choice questions
- *NOT "AFTER DEATH!"
Anno Domini (Latin) = The Year of Our Lord= A.D
- Date of Fall of Byzantium; Roman capita which was changed to Constantinople
- (278-337 A.D) Emperor of Rome from A.D 312 to 337; encouraged the spread of Christianity; best emperor; became a Christian; first Born Again Christian Emperor
- enabled the Romans to build larger structures and they could use it to resist water. Made of cement, water, rock, and sand.
- B.P.3) Why is Roman law important to us today? (Justinian's Code of Laws)
5 True/False questions
Rome is located at the center of Italy, Italy is at the center of the Mediterranean Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea was at the center of the known Wester World. Rome's seven hills made it very easy to defend, the soil was fertile, and there was a flowing river called the Tiber River. Romulus and Remus originally settled here because it seemed like a very nice place to live. It became so much more. → B.P.2) How do you think Rome's geographic setting affected the growth of the empire?
Roman Senate → Made up of patricians
A.D 313 → Date when the Last Roman emperor driven from throne
Diocletian → an economic situation in which there is more money of less value. Meaning the government
Aqueduct → a system that allows water run through cities and home fro drinking and bathing