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WCiv 1 Final
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Augustus won over the soldiers with _____
Augustus won over the populace with _____ _____
After the assassination of ______ ______ a civil war ensued between the forces of Marc Antony, Caesar's chief lieutenant and Octavian, Caesar's grand nephew and designated heir.
After the assassination of Julius Caesar a civil war ensued between the forces of ____ ______, Caesar's chief lieutenant and ________, Caesar's grand nephew and designated heir.
marc antony and octavian
After the assassination of Julius Caesar a _____ ___ ensued between the forces of Marc Antony, Caesar's chief lieutenant and Octavian, Caesar's grand nephew and designated heir.
After Antony's death, Octavian, by virtue of his military support, controlled the entire _____ ______
Octavian went to the senate and proclaimed he had restored the ________
Upon request of the senators, Octavian decided to assume the advisory position of princeps or "first citizen" and the honorary title of ________
Upon request of the senators, Octavian decided to assume the advisory position of princeps or "_____ _______" and the honorary title of Augustus
As in the past, voting was in the __________, and ________ of ___________
assemblies and election of magistrates
Augustus' system of government was called the __________. Augustus was also called _______
Who is Tacitus?
the historian who tells the story "The transition from Republic to Principate," ya doofus
Who played Octavian in Cleopatra starring Elizabeth Taylor?
Augustus won over all men with ______
Augustus was wholly _________
After the battle the remaining Nobles were raised by ______ and _________
wealth and promotion
The State was ______________
Augustus took power after the assassination of ______ ______.
Augustus took power from ____ ______.
Augustus won over the soldiers with _____.
Augustus won over the populace with _____.
Rome was located on the plain of ______.
The people who governed Rome at the outset of its history and strongly influenced its political and cultural practices were the _________.
the government of rome was originally a monarchy but later became a ________
in early rome, the _____ possessed the power of imperium
the class of noble landowners who dominated roman society and politics during the republic was known as __________
in the roman republic, the mass of ordinary romans, mostly small farmers were called ________
the _______ ________ was the branch of roman government that included common citizens
during the early republic, the roman ______ had control over the finances and foreign policy
the chief executive officers of the roman republic who were responsible for leading the roman army into battle and administering the government were the _______
in the roman senate the defenders of the plebians were known as the ________
the duties of the tribune were to protect the ________ from the arbitrary power of the magistrates
rome's treatment of conquered Italian cities promoted loyalty by granting roman ___________ to faithful allies
the first punic war was waged between ________ and rome over control of the island of ______
the Carthaginian general who led an army across the alps in the hope of defeating rome was ________
as a result of its conquests during and after the _____ wars, rome experienced serious social and political unrest
Sallust believed that the destruction of ________ was the beginning of the decline of the roman republic because the lack of an external enemy led to increased conflict within the roman government
the roman general who began a new system of military recruitment that made soldiers loyal to their general and not the senate, was ______
large plantations used for growing cash crops and worked by slaves were __________
Tiberius Gracchus sought to solve the problems facing the roman republic through ____ _______
the roman general who returned from spain as a military hero in 71 B.C.E. was ______
the first triumvirate was composed of ______, _______, and ______
pompey, crassus, and caesar
______ ______ was assassinated by leading senators convinced his death would restore the republic
after defeating the assassins of Caesar, Octavian's main rival for power was ____ ______
________ established the praetorian guard to guard him and his successors
the most important basis of Augustus' power was the ________
roman literature reached its high point during the reign of emperor ________
rome's greatest lyric poet was ________
the greatest epic poet of the late republic was ______
the poet ____ wrote love elegies, and was banished by ________
the ___________ games were deemed vital by the government, as it diverted the mass of the population from potentially dangerous political or riotous activities
the _________ system created by Diocletian was intended to create an orderly and peaceful method of succession to the throne
the first roman emperor to adopt Christianity was ___________
the roman emperor who redirected imperial energy eastward to the new, second capital was ___________
paul of Taurus played a major role in early Christianity because he spread the message of Jesus to ___ - ______ populations
Augustine sought in the writings to separate the fate of ____________ from the collapse of the roman world
________ was condemned as a heresy by the council of nicea because its adherents argued Jesus was a created being and not fully divine
the Germanic visigoths overwhelmed the armies of rome in 378 C.E. as the battle of __________
after the fourth century C.E., the roman empire split into declining _____ and still flourishing _________ halves
three Germanic tribes that invaded the roman empire in the 4th and 5th centuries include the _________, ________, and ______
visigoths, lombards, and franks
geography forced rome to initially look ____
in the 9th century B.C. the _________ created the first city-state civilization to italy
virgil's ______ described the legendary founding of rome in 753 B.C.
the legendary founders of rome were _______ and _____
romalus and remus
the written law code of the romans could be found on the ______ ______
members of the aristocratic governing class in rome were known as the ___________
the symbol of power in rome was the ______
Hannibal and the carthagenians defeat the romans at the battle of ______
in battling the romans, the greek general _______ won at such cost he could not afford another such victory
Tiberius and Gracchus were both ________ who tried to bring ____ _______ to rome
tribunes, land reforms
as it prospered, the early roman empire saw the development of a large gap between ____ and ____
rich and poor
the century of excellent emperors was ended by the disastrous reign of ________
Octavian would defeat the forces of marc antony at the naval battle of ______
during the civil war between octavian and marc antony, antony joined forces with _________
Julius Caesar spends nine years conquering ____
Caligula and nero were descendents of augustus and could both be classified as _______ ______
which of the roman generals defeated Hannibal?
the roman emperor who legalized Christianity was ___________
What powers or rights did the imperium give to roman kings?
to issue commands and to enforce them by fines, arrests, physical punishment and sometimes execution
who made up the plebian class in rome?
small farmers, lower class, poor, laborers
what were the duties of the censor?
identifying citizens and classifying them by age
as today, what was a problem roman teachers had with students?
what was the land north of the Danube river known as?
what were rich men who could qualify to serve in the roman cavalry called?
what was the fate of ovid and what was his crime?
he was exiled for writing a poetic textbook on the art of seduction
what were three areas added to the roman empire between 14-98 C.E.
Britain, Lycia and mauretania
why did Diocletian divide the roman empire?
defense and a more effective government
who were the three invaders of roman territory in the fourth century?
huns, angles and lombards
what was a cause of the rapid spread of Christianity after the fourth century?
the conversion of the emperors
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