What did Romans build to bring fresh water into cities?
The rise of Julius Caesar and civil wars caused Rome to change from a ____________ to an empire?
During the republic, who checked the power of the leader?
Duty & Virtue
What did Stoicism stress?
The Roman's emphasis on the __________ portrayal of people influenced art, especially sculpture, of later civilizations.
With more ignorance of Roman citizens after the 2nd century, came less citizen involvement in ________________.
Rome's weaknesses, due to internal conflict (civil wars, bad leaders), allowed __________ ________ (barbarians) to invade the Empire in the 5th century?
With the lack of new conquests, Rome was hurt by an end to new sources of wealth, which resulted in ______ ______.
Because soldiers were no longer loyal to the __________, the military became less effective after the 2nd century.
"A person is considered innocent until proven guilty". This important principle of _____ _____, is still used today.
Under the rule of Constantine, attacks on this group were outlawed?
Europe and Asia
Constantinople was located on major trade routes between _______ ___ ______.
A power struggle between Byzantine emperors and the _____ led to a schism in the Christian church.
What head of state was the authority of the Eastern Orthodox church?
In the Catholic church, the _____ had ultimate power.
This Empire was influenced by cultures from both the east and the west.