APWH 11 Rome
Money made of metal or paper that is recognized by merchants and government authority as legal tender for all debts.
Members of Rome's lower class.
Among the Romans, the eldest male, who served as the head of the family estate, including close relatives, slaves, and servants.
Twelve Tables of Rome
Codified laws of the Roman republic. The concept of "innocent until proven guilty" originated with these.
Government where the people elect representatives to vote on their behalf.
A council whose members were the heads of wealthy, landowning families. It began as an advisory body to kings; it grew to be the primary ruling body during the Roman republic period.
Ancient city-state on the north African coast. Known for its Mediterranean trade and its conflicts with Rome.
Battles between Rome and Carthage.
Post-republic Roman government where three people (Crassus, Pompey, and Julius Caesar) shared equal power.
Post-republic Roman government where three people (Octavius, Marc Antony, and Lepidus) shared equal power.
Also known as "Augustus." Roman ruler who declared himself emperor, marking the final end of the Roman republic and beginning the Pax Romana.
Beginning with Rome's destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D., the scattering of Jewish people throughout Europe and western Asia.
Jesus of Nazareth
Jewish philosopher-prophet who founded the principles of Christianity.
Religion based on the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Teaches that Jesus suffered for the sins of humanity.
Great missionary of early Christianity. Responsible for the spread of Christianity throughout the Mediterranean Basin until his death (probably by Emperor Nero).
A governor of a province in the Roman Republic appointed for one year by the senate.
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