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Abeka 5th grade history
Chapter 11, "Rome, Ruler of the Ancient World"
Terms in this set (38)
language of the ancient Romans
A story handed down from the past for many years
outer garment worn by all Romans
garment worn over the tunic, could only be worn by a Roman citizen
central room in a Roman house
Growing one kind of crop on a piece of ground for a while and then growing another kind of crop on that same ground.
Bridge-like stone structures that carry water from the hills into Roman cities
durable artificial rock invented and used by the Romans
two elected Romans officials with equal power
the ruling body made up of the oldest & wisest men in Rome
wealthy and distinguished Roman men
Common people of Rome
land ruled by another country
A person who has absloute rule and who has complete power over a country.
An official count of a country's people
Romulus & Remus
legendary founders of rome
Carthaginian general who launched an invasion on the Romans from Spain by crossing the Alps
dictator who was one of the greatest generals in history
Julius Caesar's closest friend, wanted to rule after Caesar's death
Juilus Caesar's grandnephew; chosen by Caesar to be his heir
Mark Antony's beautiful Egyptian ally (friend)
*Octavian new name; "the exalted"
island at the toe of Italy's boot
river that runs through Italy
powerful city in north Africa; Rome's rival
Rome's first overseas province
city which was buried during an eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79
island country that became Rome's northwestern frontier
City of the Seven Hills
the people that greatly influenced the Roman culture
All roads lead to Rome
series of wars fought between Rome & Carthage; three wars; all won by Rome
war elephants, mules and horses to transport food equipment
"crossing the Rubicon
phrase associated with Julius Caesar because he "committed a deed that can never be reversed"
1st emperor of Rome
book / person of the Bible that propheised a powerful kingdom that would be "strong as iron"
the 200-year period that followed the beginning of the Roman Empire; roads wer, an army and navy were improved,to keep peace, trade and prosperity increased
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