Roman orator, scholar, statesman, soldier
conquered Gaul and then crossed the Rubicon
France; place of Caesar's first great battle
**Veni, vidi, vici
Caesar's message after victory at Zela
"I came, I saw, I conquered"
the Queen of Egypt who charmed Caesar and married Mark Antony
**Ides of March
March 15th; day Caesar was assassinated
Caesar's protege and friend; one of the assassins
notable Roman; famously gave Caesar's funeral oration
greatest orator of history; Roman consul
instigated conspiracy to overthrow government
informed Cicero of Catiline's plot
three-man ruling body
(Latin: tri-three, vir-man)
conspiracy attacked by Cicero
A superstate consisting of the core state and the states it has conquered
mock sea battle
of immense size
**Horace, Virgil, Ovid, Varius
four Augustan poets
Rome's national epic, written by Virgil
tells of Trojan hero Aeneas
elite soldiers who guarded the emperor
cruel emperor; "fiddled while Rome burned"
mother of Nero; wanted to rule Rome
Nero's stepbrother; true heir to throne
made poisons for Roman buyers
Nero's extravagant palace built after fire
Roman governor of Spain; replaced Nero
Nero's tutor accused of plotting against him
called "Delight of Mankind"; kind emperor
Baths of Titus
spendid baths used by wealthy citizens
Pompeii and Herculaneum
cities destroyed by eruption of Mt. Vesuvius
Pliny the Younger
famous Roman author; wrote about eruption
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