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World Civilizations - Ancient Rome
Aqueduct
Consul
Dynasty
Emperor
A man made channel used for delivering water to Roman towns
The highest position in the Roman government
When a family passes down the leadership of a country from ge…
The leader of an empire
Aqueduct
A man made channel used for delivering water to Roman towns
Consul
The highest position in the Roman government
World Civilizations - Ancient Rome
Aqueduct
Consul
Dynasty
Emperor
A man made channel used for delivering water to Roman towns
The highest position in the Roman government
When a family passes down the leadership of a country from ge…
The leader of an empire
Aqueduct
A man made channel used for delivering water to Roman towns
Consul
The highest position in the Roman government
Ancient Rome~World Civilizations
pacifying unemployed, politicians to g…
Herod
espistles
Diocletian
What was the purpose of places like the Coliseum and the Circ…
Who was the leader of Judea?
What are letters from St. Paul to places in the Roman empire…
Emperor: divided the Roman empire into 4 to make it easier to…
pacifying unemployed, politicians to g…
What was the purpose of places like the Coliseum and the Circ…
Herod
Who was the leader of Judea?
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Ancient Rome vocabulary world civilizations
aqueducts
arch
census
Christianity
A system of bridges and canals that carry water
the curved head of an opening as a doorway
a count of people
the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus christ
aqueducts
A system of bridges and canals that carry water
arch
the curved head of an opening as a doorway
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World History Ancient Rome
Republic
patrician
plebeian
consul
n. a type of government in which citizens select their leaders
n. a member of a wealthy family in the ancient Roman Republic
n. an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic
n. an elected official who led the Roman Republic - there wer…
Republic
n. a type of government in which citizens select their leaders
patrician
n. a member of a wealthy family in the ancient Roman Republic
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World History; Ancient Rome
Etruscans
Latins
Romulus and Remus
magistrate
Migrated to Italy around 800 B.C. ... Later conquered Rome and t…
Migrated to Italy around 1,000 B.C.... Built in the mid-8th cent…
Legendary founders of Rome; abandoned in the Tiber River and…
a synonym for a Roman government official
Etruscans
Migrated to Italy around 800 B.C. ... Later conquered Rome and t…
Latins
Migrated to Italy around 1,000 B.C.... Built in the mid-8th cent…
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World History: Greece, Rome, and Ancient American civilization
why did the Greeks turn to the sea?
the majority of Greek life took place…
what are the 2 best known city-states…
how were the Athens boys treated?
Because the land was rocky and they didn't have great soil to…
Outside because the weather was nice.
Athens and Sparta.
Very well and comforted.
why did the Greeks turn to the sea?
Because the land was rocky and they didn't have great soil to…
the majority of Greek life took place…
Outside because the weather was nice.
Chapter 1- World History (Ancient Civilizations, Rome, and Greece)
Homer
Hesiod
Thales
Pythagoras
I'm blind but that didn't stop me from writing two epic poems.
Did you ever wonder how gods live? I tried to answer that que…
Thank me for your geometry class! Oh, I also predicted an ecl…
I like triangles and I named my theorem after myself.
Homer
I'm blind but that didn't stop me from writing two epic poems.
Hesiod
Did you ever wonder how gods live? I tried to answer that que…
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Ancient Civilizations Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Paul
Etruscans
Forum
Consul
missionary of God, converted on a road to Damascus; was taken…
they migrated from italy to anatolia; settled in tuscany; bas…
...
Two of these were appointed to act as executives with militar…
Paul
missionary of God, converted on a road to Damascus; was taken…
Etruscans
they migrated from italy to anatolia; settled in tuscany; bas…
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Ancient Civilizations ROME
Republic
Patrician
Plebeian
Tribune
Representative democracy
Wealthy romans
Middle/Low class romans
Law and order peacekeepers
Republic
Representative democracy
Patrician
Wealthy romans
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World Civilization Midterm, Test #2 (Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome)
Who was a civilization of seafarers?
Were the Greek city states very indepe…
The first Greek were not really Greek.…
Who was the first Greece named after?
The Greek
Yes
Minoan Crete
King Minos
Who was a civilization of seafarers?
The Greek
Were the Greek city states very indepe…
Yes
Classical Civilizations - Ancient Rome
Classical Rome
Republic
Patrician
Plebian
Began around 753 B.C.E. and ended around 476 C.E. Classical R…
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
In ancient Rome, a member of the privileged upper class.
An ordinary (not privileged) citizen in the ancient Roman rep…
Classical Rome
Began around 753 B.C.E. and ended around 476 C.E. Classical R…
Republic
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
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Western Civilization Ancient Rome
Constantinople
plebiscites
ladder of offices
First Triumvirate
City founded as the eastern capital of the Roman Empire by Co…
Resolutions passed by the Plebeian Assembly; such resolutions…
The series of Roman elective government offices from quaestor…
The coalition formed in 60 B.C.E. by Pompey, Crassus, and Cae…
Constantinople
City founded as the eastern capital of the Roman Empire by Co…
plebiscites
Resolutions passed by the Plebeian Assembly; such resolutions…
Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations (Rome)
Republic
Patrician
Plebeians
Consul(s)
system of government in which citizens choose representative…
members of the upper class (in ancient Rome), held the highes…
common people of Rome. Comprised of farmers, merchants, small…
two patricians, elected and serve for one year term, commande…
Republic
system of government in which citizens choose representative…
Patrician
members of the upper class (in ancient Rome), held the highes…
world cultures vocab chapter 6: Ancient Rome and early civilizations
Romulus and Remus
Latins, Greeks, and Etruscans
Latins
Greeks
the two founders of Rome
three groups that inhabited Rome
built original settlement of Rome, a cluster of wooden huts a…
established colonies along southern Italy and Sicily. brought…
Romulus and Remus
the two founders of Rome
Latins, Greeks, and Etruscans
three groups that inhabited Rome
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World Civilizations: Rome (Christianity)
Why were Christians persecuted in anci…
What did the Romans demand in their re…
Where were Christians buried?
Besides being a burial place for the d…
They were seen as a threat to the declining Empire
Conformity
In the catacombs beneath the city of Rome
A secret place of worship
Why were Christians persecuted in anci…
They were seen as a threat to the declining Empire
What did the Romans demand in their re…
Conformity
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Holt Ancient Civilizations Chapter 11 Rome and Christianity
Cicero
Orator
Julius Caesar
Augustus
Famous Roman orator
A public speaker
Roman general who became dictator for life. He was stabbed to…
The first emperor of Rome
Cicero
Famous Roman orator
Orator
A public speaker
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World Civilizations: Rome (Imperialism)
Who were the Gracchi brothers?
What were the Gracchi brothers' names?
Who was Gaius Marius?
Who was Lucius Cornelius Sulla?
Reformers
Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus
A popular general who made changes in the army
A friend of Marius who defeated him and was appointed dictator
Who were the Gracchi brothers?
Reformers
What were the Gracchi brothers' names?
Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus
World Civilization, D.C. - Unit 3, Chapter 6 - Ancient Rome
Romulus & Remus
Etruscans
Latins
7 legendary kings
"founded" Rome in 753 B.C., two brothers who were commanded t…
north-central italy in 800 B.C., thought to be from Turkish a…
Italic tribe that conquered everywhere
...
Romulus & Remus
"founded" Rome in 753 B.C., two brothers who were commanded t…
Etruscans
north-central italy in 800 B.C., thought to be from Turkish a…
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World Civilizations Rome Unit
Geographical advantages that helped in…
The people that the Romans took over a…
The government that the Romans put in…
What is a republic?
The Alps in the North helped to protect but not isolate. The…
Etruscans
Republic
People are elected to run the government.
Geographical advantages that helped in…
The Alps in the North helped to protect but not isolate. The…
The people that the Romans took over a…
Etruscans
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World Civilizations: Rome
When was Royal Rome from (years)?
Who controlled lands in the area of Ro…
What two peoples evolved to become Rom…
What three parts of the government did…
800-509 BC
Etruscans
Etruscans and Latin peoples
1. King... 2. Senate... 3. (Curiate) Assembly
When was Royal Rome from (years)?
800-509 BC
Who controlled lands in the area of Ro…
Etruscans
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Classical Civilizations: Ancient Rome
republic
senate
particians
plebeians
form of government,... power rests with the citizens who have th…
aristocratic branch of rome's government
wealthy landowners,... held most of power in government
common farmers, artisans, merchants,... majority of population
republic
form of government,... power rests with the citizens who have th…
senate
aristocratic branch of rome's government
Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations (Rome)
Republic
Patrician
Plebeian
Consul(s)
...
Wealthy land owners, ruling class (Aristocrats). Had 2 assemb…
Merchants, farmers, craftspeople, less wealthy land owners. H…
2 mm chosen every year to run government and lead Roman army…
Republic
...
Patrician
Wealthy land owners, ruling class (Aristocrats). Had 2 assemb…
Ancient Civilizations Rome
Hannibal
Alps
Adriatic Sea
Tyrrhenian Sea
Carthage general in second punic war
Mountains to the north of Rome.
Sea to the east of Rome
Sea to the west of Rome
Hannibal
Carthage general in second punic war
Alps
Mountains to the north of Rome.
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World Civilizations: Rome (The Republic)
When did the time period known as Roya…
Who controlled Rome during this time?
How was the government of Royal Rome o…
How were the kings chosen?
800 B.C. - 509 B.C.
The Etruscans
There was a king, a Senate, and a Curiate Assembly
They were elected
When did the time period known as Roya…
800 B.C. - 509 B.C.
Who controlled Rome during this time?
The Etruscans
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Classical Civilizations of Ancient ROME
republic
Tribunes
checks and balances
representative democracy
-a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citi…
a person who upholds or defends the rights of the people.
counterbalancing influences by which an organization or syste…
a person or thing that represents another or others.
republic
-a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citi…
Tribunes
a person who upholds or defends the rights of the people.
Ancient Civilizations, Greece, and Rome
Acropolis
Polis
City-state
Hellenistic
a high hill upon which a Greek fortress was built
City-state
A city with political and economic control over the surroundi…
Greek-like
Acropolis
a high hill upon which a Greek fortress was built
Polis
City-state
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Ancient civilizations: Greece and Rome
City-State
Monarchy
Tyrant
Democracy
Political unit made up of a city and the surrounding lands
Government in which a king or queen exercises central power
In ancient Greece, a ruler who gained power by force
Government in which the people hold ruling power
City-State
Political unit made up of a city and the surrounding lands
Monarchy
Government in which a king or queen exercises central power
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The Civilization Of Ancient Rome - 5
One of the Five Good Emperors after th…
Between 73 and 71 B.C.E. a slave revol…
Which Roman general defeated Hannibal…
Which of the following statements is i…
Marcus Aurelius
slave trained to be a gladiator.
Scipio Africanus
He abolished laws punishing adultery and made divorces easy t…
One of the Five Good Emperors after th…
Marcus Aurelius
Between 73 and 71 B.C.E. a slave revol…
slave trained to be a gladiator.
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Early Civilizations- Ancient Rome
How did geography help the Romans buil…
Why was Italy easier to unify than Gre…
What is a republic?
What is a patrician?
The peninsula was centrally located on the Mediterranean. Rom…
Italy was not broken up into small, isolated city-states like…
A government in which the officials are elected by the people.
A member of the Roman landholding upper class.
How did geography help the Romans buil…
The peninsula was centrally located on the Mediterranean. Rom…
Why was Italy easier to unify than Gre…
Italy was not broken up into small, isolated city-states like…
Western Civilization: Ancient Rome
The farmers, merchants, artisans, and…
Landholding upper class
Integral to the success of Rome, and u…
In the event of war, a _______ is call…
Plebeians
Patricians
Roman roads
-Dictator... -Cincinnatus
The farmers, merchants, artisans, and…
Plebeians
Landholding upper class
Patricians
ancient Greek and Rome civilization
Archipelago
Ideals
Interdependence
Democracy
a chain of islands
beliefs
to rely on one another
government by the people
Archipelago
a chain of islands
Ideals
beliefs
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Ancient Mediterranean Civilization (Rome)
Republic
patrician
plebeian
consul
a type of government in which citizens select their leaders;…
a member of a wealthy family in the ancient Roman Republic; U…
an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic; Merchants,…
an elected official who led the Roman Republic - there were t…
Republic
a type of government in which citizens select their leaders;…
patrician
a member of a wealthy family in the ancient Roman Republic; U…
World History: Ancient River Civilizations
Sumer
Civilization
Specialize
Artisan
The first urban civilization (city-state) in ancient Mesopota…
a complicated form of culture that has to include the growth…
to focus on a single job or task.
skilled workers who specialized in their field of work like p…
Sumer
The first urban civilization (city-state) in ancient Mesopota…
Civilization
a complicated form of culture that has to include the growth…
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AP World: Ancient Rome
In 750 BC _______ moved into _______ a…
Name 5 advantages Rome had
The Latins who founded Rome were.....
Migrated from Asia Minor and seized Ro…
Latins, Italy, Tiber, Rome
Located on a fertile plain, 7 hills overlooking the Tiber Riv…
Farmers and herders
Etruscans
In 750 BC _______ moved into _______ a…
Latins, Italy, Tiber, Rome
Name 5 advantages Rome had
Located on a fertile plain, 7 hills overlooking the Tiber Riv…
Western civilization (Ancient Rome)
Who founded Rome?
Latin tribes settled on the seven ____…
Etruscans ruled from ca. 600 BC and di…
Bait institution of Rome was that the…
The legendary rommulus & remus
Hills, Tiber
Walled. City
Stressed responsibility and respected law/order
Who founded Rome?
The legendary rommulus & remus
Latin tribes settled on the seven ____…
Hills, Tiber
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World History, Ancient Rome
Senate
Byzantine
Hannible
Punic Wars
300 member group of aristocrats who had a hand in ruling Rome.
After the empire split, the eastern part became known as this.
Carthaginian general who led the elephants in the 2nd Punic W…
Roman Republic vs. Carthage -- causes some people in Rome to…
Senate
300 member group of aristocrats who had a hand in ruling Rome.
Byzantine
After the empire split, the eastern part became known as this.
12 terms
Ancient Rome Civilization Vocabulary
Aqueduct
Consul
Dictator
Disciple
an artificial channel for conveying water, typically in the f…
one of two annually elected chief magistrates who jointly rul…
a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who ha…
a follower or student of a teacher, leader, or philosopher.
Aqueduct
an artificial channel for conveying water, typically in the f…
Consul
one of two annually elected chief magistrates who jointly rul…
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Western civilization- Ancient Rome
Republic
Patricians
Consuls
Dictator
people have a say in government
upper class, rich landowners (ruling class)
Patricians serving one year
ruler who has complete control over a government
Republic
people have a say in government
Patricians
upper class, rich landowners (ruling class)
33 terms
world of ancient Rome vocab
aqueduct
auditorium
barbarian
britannia
a channel carrying the main water supply to a roman town
latin meaning for "a place for listening"
the word used by Romans when referring to all foreigners not…
The Roman province of Britian
aqueduct
a channel carrying the main water supply to a roman town
auditorium
latin meaning for "a place for listening"
27 terms
World History- Ancient Rome
Republic
Patricians
Plebeians
Veto
Elected officials governed the state
Elected officials from among themselves
The common people
Ban/Deny
Republic
Elected officials governed the state
Patricians
Elected officials from among themselves
49 terms
Ancient Civilization - Rome
Transfer
Dissolve
Byzantine Empire
Patrons
TO mover from one person or place to another.
To separate into smaller pieces
The name for the eastern Roman Empire, located at the crossro…
A person who promotes artistic activities by paying for new w…
Transfer
TO mover from one person or place to another.
Dissolve
To separate into smaller pieces
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Ancient Civilization Rome
patrician
plebeian
latifundias
republic
In the Roman Republic, a member of the upper, ruling class
In the Roman republic, one of the common people
Large Roman estates
a form of government in which leaders are elected to represen…
patrician
In the Roman Republic, a member of the upper, ruling class
plebeian
In the Roman republic, one of the common people
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Ancient World Final (Ancient Rome)
True or false: early Christians were n…
the ______ was the head of the househo…
_________ and ___________ learned how…
true or false: Romans built many templ…
false
male
boys and girls
true
True or false: early Christians were n…
false
the ______ was the head of the househo…
male
Ancient Civilization Later Rome
Pax Romana
Gladiator Fights
Roman Architecture
Cleopatra
A period of peace and unity in Rome.
A fight between men, slaves, and animals.
Domes, arches, stadiums
married Marc Antony and committed suicide with him.
Pax Romana
A period of peace and unity in Rome.
Gladiator Fights
A fight between men, slaves, and animals.
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World: Ancient Rome
republic
patricians
plebians
romes first emperor
government in which officials are chosen by the people
members of the upper class
commoners that ruled all of Italy
augustus
republic
government in which officials are chosen by the people
patricians
members of the upper class
world history: ancient rome
Upon the death of Sulla in 78 BC, the…
After serving as a consul for a year,…
For the next several years, the armies…
On the ides of march, _______ was assa…
Triumvirate; Julius Caesar/ Pompey
Julius Caesar; Senate
Julius Caesar; Absolute ruler
Julius Caesar
Upon the death of Sulla in 78 BC, the…
Triumvirate; Julius Caesar/ Pompey
After serving as a consul for a year,…
Julius Caesar; Senate
Ancient Civilization Vocab: Rome
Pompeii
Republic
Latin
Colisuem
an ancient city in SW Italy, on the Bay of Naples: it was bur…
a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citiz…
an Italic language spoken in ancient Rome, fixed in the 2nd o…
Also, Colosseum. an amphitheater, stadium, large theater, or…
Pompeii
an ancient city in SW Italy, on the Bay of Naples: it was bur…
Republic
a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citiz…
Ancient Civilizations - Rome Midterm
Rhea Silva -
Lucretia -
Horatio on the Bridge
Pyrrhus of Epirus
was the mythical mother of the twins Romulus and Remus, who f…
was an ancient Roman woman whose fate played a vital role in…
- Publius Horatius Cocles[1] was an officer in the army of th…
- king of Hellenistic Epirus whose costly military successes…
Rhea Silva -
was the mythical mother of the twins Romulus and Remus, who f…
Lucretia -
was an ancient Roman woman whose fate played a vital role in…
Modern World - Ancient Rome
Patricians
Plebeians
Judaism
Christianity
Controlled Gov; inherited power; landowners; nobles
Farmers/Workers; Barred from office; Majority
Each person had dignity; each person responsible for his/her…
Essential equality of all human beings
Patricians
Controlled Gov; inherited power; landowners; nobles
Plebeians
Farmers/Workers; Barred from office; Majority
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