cone of two officials who led the ancient Roman Republic. One was a patrician, and the other was a plebeian, this was to make it fair between each side of the social class
dOriginally used by the Etruscans. Romans introduced it to their soon to be empire. Still used today in many structures
e(A.D 245-316) Emperor of Rome from A.D 284 to 305, reorganized the Roman government
5 Multiple Choice Questions
B.P.4) What were the reasons in detail for the fall of Rome?
a building made of arches and roman architecture
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.
*NOT "AFTER DEATH!"
Anno Domini (Latin) = The Year of Our Lord= A.D
Twin brothers; children of a beautiful princess and Mars (Greek's Ares); evil and jealous king feared that they would someday seize power from him and ordered them to be drowned; The gods protected them, they were found by a she wolf and were taken to her cave were they were raised. Then they were soon found by a shepherd who raised them until they were older. When they were older they created the city of Rome.
5 True/False Questions
Role of the Father → the rights of the mother in a family depended on their husbands wealth and status; if the husband was a wealthy political man, the wife had a lot of freedom, where as if the husband was a poor Roman; the wife had very little and limited freedom
Slavery → 3 types of slaves: house slaves: often treated as a member of the family, sometimes get adopted of married into the family, agricolture slaves: had a hard life forced to work in the farming fields, mine slaves: had terrible life worked in dangerous mines. All slaves had no rights.
A.D 476 → Date of Fall of Byzantium; Roman capita which was changed to Constantinople
509 B.C. → The year that Romans revolted and drove the Etruscans from power
A.D 1453 → Date of Fall of Byzantium; Roman capita which was changed to Constantinople