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history final- Rome and the Rise of Christianity
· Republic
Who became the fist emperor
· Senate
· Consuls
o Period of Roman history that overthrew the Roman Kingdom.... o…
o Even though people think that Julius Caesar was the first e…
o Dated back to the beginning of Rome... o Consisted of 100-memb…
o Highest elected political office in the Roman Republic... o Ea…
· Republic
o Period of Roman history that overthrew the Roman Kingdom.... o…
Who became the fist emperor
o Even though people think that Julius Caesar was the first e…
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Rome and the Rise of Christianity (WLD HISTORY)
aqueduct
heresy
legion
martyr
A bridge like structure that carries water from the hills to…
religious belief that is contrary to the official teachings o…
basic unit of the ancient Roman army, made up of about 5,000…
person who suffers or dies for his or her beliefs
aqueduct
A bridge like structure that carries water from the hills to…
heresy
religious belief that is contrary to the official teachings o…
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Rome & the Rise of Christianity History Terms
Civil Service
Pax Romana
Augustus Caesar
Infrastructure
Government employees who were not politically connected to a…
(27 BCE - 180CE) No civil wars or fighting for battle.
(27 BCE-14 CE) improved trade by building infrastructure
The basic physical and organizational structure needed for th…
Civil Service
Government employees who were not politically connected to a…
Pax Romana
(27 BCE - 180CE) No civil wars or fighting for battle.
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Rome and the rise of Christianity history test
Where is rome located?
Why was Rome so far inland
What was the advantage of being on the…
Latina
The plain of Latium and the region of Campania, south of Latium
To be safe from pirates
It was easily defended
Lived in the region of Latium
Where is rome located?
The plain of Latium and the region of Campania, south of Latium
Why was Rome so far inland
To be safe from pirates
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Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Jesus
Hannibal
Huns
Augustus
Jewish teacher who preached throughout Judea and Galilee
Carthage's greatest general
group who moved from Asia into Eastern Europe
title given to Octavian by the Senate in 27 B.C.
Jesus
Jewish teacher who preached throughout Judea and Galilee
Hannibal
Carthage's greatest general
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World History Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity Vocab
Etruscans
Republic
Patrician
Consul
Civilization that ruled northern Italy prior to the Romans
Form of govt in which people choose officials to make laws
Member of the upper class that controlled positions in the Ro…
One of two patricians selected each term to supervise the gov…
Etruscans
Civilization that ruled northern Italy prior to the Romans
Republic
Form of govt in which people choose officials to make laws
52 terms
Global History Ancient Rome & the Rise of Christianity
republic
patricians
system of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
member of the landholding upper class. they served for life a…
republic
system of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
patricians
member of the landholding upper class. they served for life a…
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History-Chapter 5 : Ancient Rome and Rise of Christianity
Etruscans
Republic
Patrician
Consul
Greek colonists whose city states dotted southern Italy and l…
that which belongs to the people
members of the landholding upper class
job was to supervise the business of government and command t…
Etruscans
Greek colonists whose city states dotted southern Italy and l…
Republic
that which belongs to the people
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World History: Chapter 5 - Rome and Rise of Christianity
Describe Italy
What made a large population possible…
What river gave Italy access to the se…
Why was Rome easy to defend?
Peninsula (750 mi. X 120 mi.), mountain range down middle, fe…
fertile plains
Tiber River
built on 7 hills
Describe Italy
Peninsula (750 mi. X 120 mi.), mountain range down middle, fe…
What made a large population possible…
fertile plains
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History Test #1- Rise of Christianity and Fall of Rome
Greco-Roman association
Where in social status did Christianit…
Why did Christianity move up the hiera…
What are some of the core beliefs of C…
many new and different religions were created during 800 BC-7…
poor people and women
Christianity gave the people hope. seeing the happiness and t…
-all lives are sacred... -spiritual beauty could be found in the…
Greco-Roman association
many new and different religions were created during 800 BC-7…
Where in social status did Christianit…
poor people and women
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WORLD HISTORY ancient rome and the rise of christianity
How did Italy's geogaphy help the Roma…
How did the Roman government become mo…
How was Italy easier to unify than Gre…
Who are cedited with founding the city…
1. fertile plains... 2. Mediterranean Sea
Plebians & Tribunes who had vetos
1. Greece was too spread out and mountainous... 2. Italy is fill…
Romulus and Remus
How did Italy's geogaphy help the Roma…
1. fertile plains... 2. Mediterranean Sea
How did the Roman government become mo…
Plebians & Tribunes who had vetos
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Ancient Rome and The Rise of Christianity
Republic
Patrician
Plebeian
Julius Caesar
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
In Ancient Rome, a member of the privileged upper class
An ordinary citizen in the Ancient Roman Republic; Commoner
A Roman general who became the republic's dictator in 45 B.C.
Republic
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
Patrician
In Ancient Rome, a member of the privileged upper class
53 terms
World History Chapter 5: Rome and the Rise of Christianity
collapse
Aegean Sea
Alps
Antony
to break down completely; to suddenly lose force or effective…
sea that borders eastern Greece and western Asia Minor; Paul…
mountain range north of Italy; crossed by Hannibal and his ar…
Caesar's ally and assistant; later allied with Egyptian queen…
collapse
to break down completely; to suddenly lose force or effective…
Aegean Sea
sea that borders eastern Greece and western Asia Minor; Paul…
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world history Rome and the Rise of Christianity Chapter 5
in the Roman Republic, a social class…
As the Roman Empire expanded, the Roma…
When economic and military problems th…
During the First Punic War, __________…
Response: plebeians
Response: Law of Nations
Response: ending taxation.
Response: Sicily
in the Roman Republic, a social class…
Response: plebeians
As the Roman Empire expanded, the Roma…
Response: Law of Nations
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Unit 6 World History - Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity - Terms
Etruscans
republic
patrician
consul
Beginning in the 700s BCE,first rulers of Roman Republic and…
system of governement in which officials are choosen by the p…
in ancient Rome, member of the landholding upper class
in ancient Rome, official from the patrician class who superv…
Etruscans
Beginning in the 700s BCE,first rulers of Roman Republic and…
republic
system of governement in which officials are choosen by the p…
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History Review- Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity
The ability to reject a law
Official who was elected to protect Pl…
What were some of the curriculums in R…
Public area between two hills where th…
veto
Tribune
Latin, Greek, law, math, and public speaking
Forum
The ability to reject a law
veto
Official who was elected to protect Pl…
Tribune
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World History Ch 6 Rome and the Rise of Christianity
One reason why most conquered people r…
Which of the following statements is t…
Large numbers of Germanic people cross…
The Twelve Tables of written laws were…
Allowed them to govern themselves
His teachings were rooted in the Jewish tradition
invading huns
they made laws public for all citizens to read
One reason why most conquered people r…
Allowed them to govern themselves
Which of the following statements is t…
His teachings were rooted in the Jewish tradition
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World History Chapter 5 Rome and the Rise of Christianity
_________ pushed for land reform as a…
When economic and military problems th…
an official of the Roman Republic in c…
The Romans displayed their engineering…
The Gracchus brothers
ending taxation.
praetor
using only Greek styles in their architecture
_________ pushed for land reform as a…
The Gracchus brothers
When economic and military problems th…
ending taxation.
Rome and rise of Christianity
753 bc
509 bc
44 bc
27 bc
Establishment of Rome. The myth of romulus and Remus leads to…
Tarquin the proud is overthrown, which leads to the establish…
Julius Caesar declares emperor but is killed by Brutus.
The beginning of the reign of the first official Roman empero…
753 bc
Establishment of Rome. The myth of romulus and Remus leads to…
509 bc
Tarquin the proud is overthrown, which leads to the establish…
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History to 1500 Final: Decline of Rome and Rise of Christianity
Why did Rome fall?
Why did Rome have problems forming a l…
Why did Rome have political problems
How were successors to the throne chosen
1. Few or Iittle loyal volunteers for the army ... 2 political p…
Rome relied too heavily on conquered people to fight for them…
There was too much power localized in the hands of the emperor.
The emperor selected his successors before his death
Why did Rome fall?
1. Few or Iittle loyal volunteers for the army ... 2 political p…
Why did Rome have problems forming a l…
Rome relied too heavily on conquered people to fight for them…
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Rise of Christianity in Rome
Jews
Judea
King Herod
Sanhedrin
The earliest of the three organized monotheistic faiths. Beli…
The land in the eastern Mediterranean region populated by Jew…
Romanized Jew, angered the Jews. Ruled the area of Judea as a…
The Jewish governing council. Its responsibilities were mainl…
Jews
The earliest of the three organized monotheistic faiths. Beli…
Judea
The land in the eastern Mediterranean region populated by Jew…
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Chapter 5- Rome and the Rise of Christianity (history)
who was Rome founded by?
what are the 3 important fertile plains?
Why was Rome so defendable?
what did the Etruscans do for Rome?
twin brothers Romulus and Ramous
Po River ... Latium... Campania
because it was built of 7 hills
they turned Rome from a village into a city.
who was Rome founded by?
twin brothers Romulus and Ramous
what are the 3 important fertile plains?
Po River ... Latium... Campania
22 terms
Rise of Christianity in Rome
Jews
Judea
King Herod
Sanhedrin
The earliest of the three organized monotheistic faiths. Beli…
The land in the eastern Mediterranean region populated by Jew…
Romanized Jew, angered the Jews. Ruled the area of Judea as a…
The Jewish governing council. Its responsibilities were mainl…
Jews
The earliest of the three organized monotheistic faiths. Beli…
Judea
The land in the eastern Mediterranean region populated by Jew…
182 terms
World History: Chapter 5 - Rome and Rise of Christianity
Describe Italy
What made a large population possible…
What river gave Italy access to the se…
Why was Rome easy to defend?
Peninsula (750 mi. X 120 mi.), mountain range down middle, fe…
fertile plains
Tiber River
built on 7 hills
Describe Italy
Peninsula (750 mi. X 120 mi.), mountain range down middle, fe…
What made a large population possible…
fertile plains
Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Imperator
Virgil
Praetor
Gospels
Commander in chief... Where we get the word "emperor"
Roman poet who wrote the Aenead
Person in charge of civil law in the Roman Republic
Books of Christian Bible... Contain the life and teachings of Je…
Imperator
Commander in chief... Where we get the word "emperor"
Virgil
Roman poet who wrote the Aenead
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Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Etruscans
Republic
Patrician
Consul
A people who inhabited early Italy
System of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
In ancient Rome, member of the land-holding upper class
In ancient Rome, official from the patrician class who superv…
Etruscans
A people who inhabited early Italy
Republic
System of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
15 terms
World History Rome and the Rise of Christianity chapter 5
in the Roman Republic, a social class…
As the Roman Empire expanded, the Roma…
When economic and military problems th…
During the First Punic War, __________…
Response: plebeians
Response: Law of Nations
Response: ending taxation.
Response: Sicily
in the Roman Republic, a social class…
Response: plebeians
As the Roman Empire expanded, the Roma…
Response: Law of Nations
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History Review: Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Most rich owned _____ outside the city.
________ consumed rich people's lives
Why were only rich people in politics
Rich peoples lives were about __________
villas
Politics
To be in Senate and Assembly didn't pay so only wealthy could…
who you know and what you can gain from them
Most rich owned _____ outside the city.
villas
________ consumed rich people's lives
Politics
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History Review: Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Most rich owned _____ outside the city.
________ consumed rich people's lives
Why were only rich people in politics
Rich peoples lives were about __________
villas
Politics
To be in Senate and Assembly didn't pay so only wealthy could…
who you know and what you can gain from them
Most rich owned _____ outside the city.
villas
________ consumed rich people's lives
Politics
25 terms
World History Honors Chapter 5: Ancient Rome and The Rise of Christianity
Etruscans
Republic
Partician
Consul
A people who inhabited early Italy.
System of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
Member of the landholding upper class
Official form the patrician class who supervised the governme…
Etruscans
A people who inhabited early Italy.
Republic
System of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
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history exam (ancient rome and the rise of christianity and the americas)
why did a group of senators murder Jul…
the statement "I found Rome built of b…
which of the following represents the…
the phrase "bread and circuses" referr…
to prevent him from destroying the Roman Republic
the ambitious building program initiated under Augustus's rule
b
the free food and entertainment provided by the government to…
why did a group of senators murder Jul…
to prevent him from destroying the Roman Republic
the statement "I found Rome built of b…
the ambitious building program initiated under Augustus's rule
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History Test: Rise of Christianity to Fall of Rome
Read the notes and book- from pages 10…
Why Rome for Christ's coming?
What was the Septuagint?
What were synagogues?
Okay
political and social stability (Pax Romana); relatively safe…
the Latin word for "seventy"; translation of Hebrew Old Testa…
Jewish religious/social/educational centers; used later by Ch…
Read the notes and book- from pages 10…
Okay
Why Rome for Christ's coming?
political and social stability (Pax Romana); relatively safe…
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Glencoe World History Chapter 5: Rome and the Rise of Christianity
collapse
Aegean Sea
Alps
Antony
to break down completely; to suddenly lose force or effective…
sea that borders eastern Greece and western Asia Minor; Paul…
mountain range north of Italy; crossed by Hannibal and his ar…
Caesar's ally and assistant; later allied with Egyptian queen…
collapse
to break down completely; to suddenly lose force or effective…
Aegean Sea
sea that borders eastern Greece and western Asia Minor; Paul…
30 terms
History Test: Rise of Christianity to Fall of Rome
Who was the emperor of Rome around the…
Originally, who were the persecutors o…
Who was the first Christian martyr?
Who was Saul?
Tiberius
the Jews (Pharisees and other religious leaders)
Stephen
persecutor of Christians; born in Tarsus, inherits Roman citi…
Who was the emperor of Rome around the…
Tiberius
Originally, who were the persecutors o…
the Jews (Pharisees and other religious leaders)
51 terms
History Test: Rise of Christianity to Fall of Rome
Read the notes and book- from pages 10…
Why Rome for Christ's coming?
What was the Septuagint?
What were synagogues?
Okay
political and social stability (Pax Romana); relatively safe…
the Latin word for "seventy"; translation of Hebrew Old Testa…
Jewish religious/social/educational centers; used later by Ch…
Read the notes and book- from pages 10…
Okay
Why Rome for Christ's coming?
political and social stability (Pax Romana); relatively safe…
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History of Christianity: Rise of Rome (take home test)
Where are the headquarters of the Roma…
There are no less than ___ Catholics i…
Why was the fish an early church symbo…
What was not an accusation Romans typi…
Vatican
1 Billion
First two letters in Greek work for fish correspond to Jesus…
Demon possession
Where are the headquarters of the Roma…
Vatican
There are no less than ___ Catholics i…
1 Billion
33 terms
World History - Chapter 6 - Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Etruscans
republic
patrician
consul
Beginning in the 700s BCE, first rulers of Roman Republic and…
system of governement in which officials are choosen by the p…
in ancient Rome, member of the landholding upper class
in ancient Rome, official from the patrician class who superv…
Etruscans
Beginning in the 700s BCE, first rulers of Roman Republic and…
republic
system of governement in which officials are choosen by the p…
50 terms
Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Latins
Etruscans
Greeks
Paterfamilias
One of the original cultures of Rome, they settled the Tiber…
One of the original cultures of Rome, they migrated from the…
One of the original cultures of Rome, they migrated from acro…
The social structure of the Roman family where fathers had li…
Latins
One of the original cultures of Rome, they settled the Tiber…
Etruscans
One of the original cultures of Rome, they migrated from the…
Fall of Rome / Rise of Christianity
vulgate
eucharist
tetrarchy
edict of 301
the latin translation of the bible translated by jerome
a christian sacrament in which consecrated bread and wine are…
rule by four, the system of government established by dioclet…
diocletian established maximum wages and prices; largely unen…
vulgate
the latin translation of the bible translated by jerome
eucharist
a christian sacrament in which consecrated bread and wine are…
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Unit 6 World History - Ancient Rome & the Rise of Christianity - ID's
Romulus & Remus
Cincinnatus
Jupiter
Tiberius & Gaius Gracchus
The twin sons of the god Mars and a Latin princess. Story has…
A model dictator for the Romans. He organized an army, led th…
(Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans
Tribunes who attempted to introduce land and citizenship refo…
Romulus & Remus
The twin sons of the god Mars and a Latin princess. Story has…
Cincinnatus
A model dictator for the Romans. He organized an army, led th…
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Rome and Rise of Christianity
Pax Romana
Republic
Emperor
Consul
the peace that existed between nationalities within the Roman…
a group with a certain equality between its members.
a sovereign ruler of great power and rank, especially one rul…
an official appointed by a government to live in a foreign ci…
Pax Romana
the peace that existed between nationalities within the Roman…
Republic
a group with a certain equality between its members.
18 terms
Chapter 5: Rome and The Rise of Christianity: The Rise of Rome
Rome
Latins
Etruscans
Sicily
One of the Indo-European peoples moved into Italy during the…
One of the most notable peoples that began settling in Italy…
An island south of the Italian peninsula.
Rome
Latins
One of the Indo-European peoples moved into Italy during the…
29 terms
Chapter 5 Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Etrscans
Republic
Patricians
Dictator
people of early Rome who ruled most of central Italy
Orignated in Rome, A form of government in which citizens cho…
the wealthy class in Roman society; landowners
A ruler who has complete power over a country
Etrscans
people of early Rome who ruled most of central Italy
Republic
Orignated in Rome, A form of government in which citizens cho…
56 terms
Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Imperator
Virgil
Praetor
Gospels
Commander in chief... Where we get the word "emperor"
Roman poet who wrote the Aenead
Person in charge of civil law in the Roman Republic
Books of Christian Bible... Contain the life and teachings of Je…
Imperator
Commander in chief... Where we get the word "emperor"
Virgil
Roman poet who wrote the Aenead
22 terms
Fall of Rome/Rise of Christianity
Mystery Religions/Mithraism
Jesus
Paul
Christianity Appeal
Grew because of the desire for emotional and spiritual experi…
From Nazareth but taught and grew up in Galilee. Hailed as th…
Most important person in the spread of early Christianity. Pr…
Took root in the second century and the promised of salvation…
Mystery Religions/Mithraism
Grew because of the desire for emotional and spiritual experi…
Jesus
From Nazareth but taught and grew up in Galilee. Hailed as th…
21 terms
Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Latins
Republic
Partisans
Plebeians
lived in the region of Latium
The leader is not a monarch and some citizens have the right…
Wealthy landowners ruling class
Less wealth landowners, craftspeople, merchants
Latins
lived in the region of Latium
Republic
The leader is not a monarch and some citizens have the right…
38 terms
Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Consul
Patrician
Plebian
Roman Republic
Under the Roman Republic, one of the two magistrates holding…
In the Roman Republic, a member of the upper, ruling class (a…
an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman republic (common folk)
The Roman government between 509 and 27, ruled by two elected…
Consul
Under the Roman Republic, one of the two magistrates holding…
Patrician
In the Roman Republic, a member of the upper, ruling class (a…
18 terms
Glencoe World History Chapter 5: Rome and the Rise of Christianity
collapse
clergy
consul
dictator
to break down completely; to suddenly lose force or effective…
church leaders
a chief executive officer of the Roman Republic; two were ele…
an absolute ruler
collapse
to break down completely; to suddenly lose force or effective…
clergy
church leaders
51 terms
Global History - Chapter 5 - Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Odoacer
Tiber River
Apennine Mountains
Etruscans and the Greeks
A leader of a Germanic tried who eventually ousted the Roman…
Is where Rome begins in Italy
less rugged mountains along the length of the peninsular of I…
Greatly influenced the Romans
Odoacer
A leader of a Germanic tried who eventually ousted the Roman…
Tiber River
Is where Rome begins in Italy
Fall of Rome, Rise of Christianity
The Senate
Julius Caesar
Ides of March
Dictator
The institution that ran the Roman Republic. Favored the weal…
First Dictator of Rome.
Caesar's assassination. Stabbed 23 times in the Senate includ…
Sole, unquestioned ruler with absolute power
The Senate
The institution that ran the Roman Republic. Favored the weal…
Julius Caesar
First Dictator of Rome.
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