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Rome chapter nine study guide

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Census
An official count of people living in a place
Villa
A country estate
Circus
An arena in ancient Rome or the show held there
Gladiator
A person who fought to the death as entertainment for the roman public
Jesus
Founder of Christianity; believed by the christians to be the messiah
Messiah
A savior in Judaism and christianity
Disciple
A follower of a person or belief
Epistle
In the Christian bible, letters written by disciples
Martyr
A person who dies for a cause
Constantine
Emperor of Rome from 312 to 337 b.c. Encouraged spread of christianity
Mercenary
A soldier who serves for pay in a foreign army
Inflation
An economic situation in which the government issues mor money with lower value

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