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Art History- Ancient Roman World
Etruscans
Tuscan Order
Engaged Columns
Temples
romans like them; 7th Century; Northern Italy; Farmers/Metal…
[Etruscan] Type of column; looks like Greek Doric order (Plain)
Fixed to a wall; cannot walk all the way around.
all about walking inside rather than walking around; had atri…
Etruscans
romans like them; 7th Century; Northern Italy; Farmers/Metal…
Tuscan Order
[Etruscan] Type of column; looks like Greek Doric order (Plain)
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Ancient World History The Roman Empire
Name the two senators who killed Juliu…
Name the three members do the first tr…
Pax Romana
Tacitus
Brutus and Cassius
Octavian, Marc Anthony, and Lepidus
A period of 200 years Rome had peace and prosperity
Roman historian at the time of Augustus
Name the two senators who killed Juliu…
Brutus and Cassius
Name the three members do the first tr…
Octavian, Marc Anthony, and Lepidus
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World History Ancient Roman Terms
Mercenary
Tribune
Legion
Consul
A hired soldier, usually from another country
Elected leader of Rome's lower classes
The Roman army
Elected for one year terms by Senators to govern the Republic
Mercenary
A hired soldier, usually from another country
Tribune
Elected leader of Rome's lower classes
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Ancient World History Chapter 14: Roman Republic
republic
patricians
plebeians
consuls
A form of government in which citizens choose their leaders b…
A group of people who made up the ruling class of Rome
Members of the lower class of Ancient Rome including farmers,…
Two officials from the patrician class were appointed each ye…
republic
A form of government in which citizens choose their leaders b…
patricians
A group of people who made up the ruling class of Rome
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World History Chapter 10 & 11 Ancient Roman Empire
Aeneas
Aenid
Virgil
Etruscans
mythical hero who fled the fallen city of Troy
an epic poem written by Virgil around 20 BC
author of the Aenid
members of a people who lived north of Rome
Aeneas
mythical hero who fled the fallen city of Troy
Aenid
an epic poem written by Virgil around 20 BC
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Ancient World History: Roman Key Terms
council of the plebs
Aeneas
Romulus
Numa Pompilius
Roman popular assembly consisting of plebeians organized by g…
origin story of Rome; flees from Troy with his family; has ep…
origin story of Rome; raised by shepherds; becomes the first…
Sabine; codifies religious rituals and forms; accepted becaus…
council of the plebs
Roman popular assembly consisting of plebeians organized by g…
Aeneas
origin story of Rome; flees from Troy with his family; has ep…
World History Ancient Roman Civilization Study Guide
27 BC
The Etruscans
Patricians
Family
When was the Roman Republic established?
Who was overthrown in order for the Republic to be established?
What social class held the most power in the early years of t…
What social group was the basis for discipline and loyalty in…
27 BC
When was the Roman Republic established?
The Etruscans
Who was overthrown in order for the Republic to be established?
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World History - Ancient Roman & Greece Empire
A Republic
A dictator
Imperialism
Legion
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who ha…
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
a unit of 3,000-6,000 men in the ancient Roman army.
A Republic
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
A dictator
a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who ha…
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roman world, ancient Greece
republic
senate
citizens
empire
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
A council of wealthy and powerful Romans who advised the city…
People who had the right to participate in government
Land with different territories and peoples under a single ru…
republic
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
senate
A council of wealthy and powerful Romans who advised the city…
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Ancient Greek and Roman History
Aegean Sea
agora
Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great
The part of the Mediterranean between the Balkan peninsula, C…
Ancient Greece, public square in the lower part of the city,…
Son of King Philip II of Macedonia, Alexander (356-323 BC) cr…
In 331 BC, King who entered Egypt and founded the city of Ale…
Aegean Sea
The part of the Mediterranean between the Balkan peninsula, C…
agora
Ancient Greece, public square in the lower part of the city,…
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Ancient World History: Ancient Greece
Hellenistic
Pericles
Socrates
Euclid
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
the "greatest" of the Greek philosophers; created a style of…
famous for writing the world's first geometry textbook
Hellenistic
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
Pericles
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
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Ancient World History
ancestor
ancient
artifact
artisan
a person from whom one is descended
very old, from a long time past
any object made by human beings
a craftsperson
ancestor
a person from whom one is descended
ancient
very old, from a long time past
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Ancient World History Review
Daoism
Laozi
Legalism
Shi Huangdi
philosophy that focuses on keeping a balance of opposites wit…
the most famous Daoist teacher
belief that people are bad by nature and need to be controlled
he gave himself the title of first emperor and ruled with str…
Daoism
philosophy that focuses on keeping a balance of opposites wit…
Laozi
the most famous Daoist teacher
Art History - Ancient Roman
Murals of the Villa of the Mysteries... P…
Augustus of Primaporta... Roman... 1st B.C.E…
Procession Frieze, Ara Pacis Augustae…
Maison Carrée... Nîmes, France... Roman ... 1st…
Murals of the Villa of the Mysteries... P…
Augustus of Primaporta... Roman... 1st B.C.E…
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Ancient World History
ancestor
ancient
artifact
artisan
people who come before us
occurring before 500 AD
an object made by a person
a person who makes useful, often beautiful, objects for every…
ancestor
people who come before us
ancient
occurring before 500 AD
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Roman Republic World History
patrician
senate
representative
republic
a person who owned land and helped govern
a governing body filled by the upper Roman class
a person who speaks and governs for others
a type of gov't in which a few people represent the citizens
patrician
a person who owned land and helped govern
senate
a governing body filled by the upper Roman class
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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
History - Ancient Roman Monarchy
Monarchy
Romulus
1st King
2nd king
753 BC- 509 BC
753-716 BC... • founded Rome (1st King)... • Stole women from the n…
Romulus
Numa
Monarchy
753 BC- 509 BC
Romulus
753-716 BC... • founded Rome (1st King)... • Stole women from the n…
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World History II: Ancient Roman History Midterm 2 Review
assassination of Julius Caesar
first triumvirate
Tacitus dates
major themes of the annals
March 15, 44 B.C.
Pompey, Crassus, and Julius Caesar
55 A.D. through 117 A.D.
...
assassination of Julius Caesar
March 15, 44 B.C.
first triumvirate
Pompey, Crassus, and Julius Caesar
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Ancient Roman World Map
Britannia
Germania
Gallia
Hispania
Britannia
Germania
Gallia
Hispania
Britannia
Britannia
Germania
Germania
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World History: Roman Empire
Similarities between Greek and Roman C…
Theory of creation
Geography of rome
Impact of geography
- Same gods but with different names... -Same type of clothes... -S…
1) 2 brothers found the city, fought over it, Romulus wins an…
-2 mountain ranges protected them from attack from the north…
Rome was located in the Mediterranean Sea and was an importan…
Similarities between Greek and Roman C…
- Same gods but with different names... -Same type of clothes... -S…
Theory of creation
1) 2 brothers found the city, fought over it, Romulus wins an…
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AP World History: Ancient World
Agriculture
Agrarian
Bands/ Clans
Barbarian
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
extended family groups that generally lived together
without civilizing influences
Agriculture
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
Agrarian
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
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Ancient Roman Republic -History
Patricians
Plebeians
Veto
Dictator
wealthy people
common people
reject a decision or proposal made by a law-making body
a ruler with total power over a country
Patricians
wealthy people
Plebeians
common people
Geography of the Ancient Roman world!
Alps
Apennines
Taurus
Atlas
Mountain range at the norther border of Italy
Mountain range that makes up the spine of Italy
Mountain range in Southern Asia Minor
Mountain range in Northern Africa
Alps
Mountain range at the norther border of Italy
Apennines
Mountain range that makes up the spine of Italy
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World History: Roman Republic
Etruscans
Lucretia
Roman Republic
patricians
The People who ruled over Rome before Romans rebelled and vow…
A Roman noblewoman who was raped by an Etruscan prince. Her d…
period of Roman history from 509 BC to 27 BC; power was distr…
the upper class members of the Roman Republic; aristocratic r…
Etruscans
The People who ruled over Rome before Romans rebelled and vow…
Lucretia
A Roman noblewoman who was raped by an Etruscan prince. Her d…
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AP World History: Ancient World
Agriculture
Agrarian
Bands/ Clans
Barbarian
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
extended family groups that generally lived together
without civilizing influences
Agriculture
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
Agrarian
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
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Funeral History Ancient Romans
Roman View of Death
Animism
Epicureans
Early Christianity
Varied with the time period, Generally, a belief in some form…
Early belief, soul the "vital principle", separated from the…
Had a more philosophical concept, body and soul made from ato…
Became dominant religion by 300 AD," Theological orientation"…
Roman View of Death
Varied with the time period, Generally, a belief in some form…
Animism
Early belief, soul the "vital principle", separated from the…
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Ancient Roman History- Quiz 1
pomerium
asylum
Romulus and Remus
etruscans
who/what: religious or sacred boundary... when/where: Around cit…
who/what: Temple of the god Asylaeus that Romulus opened wher…
who/what: subjects of Rome's foundation myth... when/where: 758-…
who/what: Other civilization tied to Rome's founding... when/whe…
pomerium
who/what: religious or sacred boundary... when/where: Around cit…
asylum
who/what: Temple of the god Asylaeus that Romulus opened wher…
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Ancient Roman History Dates
12oo BC
753 BC
509 BC
392 BC
Trojan War: Aeneas flees the burning of Troy & comes to Italy
Romulus founds the city
Tarquin Kings expelled; Roman Republic founded
Sack of Rome by Gauls
12oo BC
Trojan War: Aeneas flees the burning of Troy & comes to Italy
753 BC
Romulus founds the city
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Ancient World History: Ancient Greece
Hellenistic
Pericles
Socrates
Euclid
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
the "greatest" of the Greek philosophers; created a style of…
famous for writing the world's first geometry textbook
Hellenistic
Greek culture blended with other cultures as the empire spread.
Pericles
the leader of Athens during its Golden Age; died from the pla…
27 terms
Roman Ancient History
The Punic Wars
First Punic War
The Second Punic War
Hannibal
A series of wars between Rome and Carthage (264-146)
264-241 Rome experienced several early defeats, but finally a…
218-202 The war in which Hannibal fought; the Romans were the…
The famed Carthaginian general who brought elephants over the…
The Punic Wars
A series of wars between Rome and Carthage (264-146)
First Punic War
264-241 Rome experienced several early defeats, but finally a…
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Ancient Roman History
The three periods of Roman History
Rome is on this river
Date of the founding of Rome
The council of old men who helped to r…
monarchy, republic, empire
Tiber
753 BC
Senate
The three periods of Roman History
monarchy, republic, empire
Rome is on this river
Tiber
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History - Ancient Roman Glossary
Artefact
Primary Evidence
Secondary Evidence
Vandal
An ancient object.
Something written at the time.
Something written after the time; a historian's view.
A Germanic tribe. (V___A_)
Artefact
An ancient object.
Primary Evidence
Something written at the time.
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Ancient History: Roman Medicine
Aquaduct
Public Baths
Sewers
160'000
The name of the bridge which transports water
Romans would go here to bathe and be cleaned by slaves
Used in large Roman cities to remove waste from public toilets
Size of the Roman Army
Aquaduct
The name of the bridge which transports water
Public Baths
Romans would go here to bathe and be cleaned by slaves
History 12th Ancient Roman
5 good emperors, detail, who and each…
Which emperors after Claudius emphasiz…
Christianity, how many in 4th century…
Why death of Nero important?
1. Nerva- Rules 97-98 AD. Was an old Patrician, ascended to o…
1. Vespasian- 10yrs... 2. Domitian- 15yrs... 3. Trajan- 19yrs... 4. Ma…
10% of the Roman Empire's population.
Crucifies Christians after blaming them for a fire in Rome. A…
5 good emperors, detail, who and each…
1. Nerva- Rules 97-98 AD. Was an old Patrician, ascended to o…
Which emperors after Claudius emphasiz…
1. Vespasian- 10yrs... 2. Domitian- 15yrs... 3. Trajan- 19yrs... 4. Ma…
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Romans- Ancient & Medieval World
Aeneas
April 21, 753 B.C.E ... "ab urbe condita"
Tarquinius Superbus
Lucretia
Leads a band of trojans to Italy & marries into the indigenou…
Founding of the city - Romulus & Remus
The proud/arrogant... Rapes Lucretia
Patrician who kills herself because of rape
Aeneas
Leads a band of trojans to Italy & marries into the indigenou…
April 21, 753 B.C.E ... "ab urbe condita"
Founding of the city - Romulus & Remus
Chapter 12 Roman Civilization 8th Grade Ancient World History
Who did Romans borrow ideas from in art?
How was Roman art different from Greek…
How was Roman architecture like the Gr…
How was Roman architecture different?
The Greeks
It showed people with flaws
It had Greek style porches and columns
It added Roman arches, domes, and vaulted ceilings
Who did Romans borrow ideas from in art?
The Greeks
How was Roman art different from Greek…
It showed people with flaws
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Ancient worlds - greek and roman
What is the foundation of greek cultur…
What was the political foundation of G…
What were the greatest city-states? Wh…
What the political system like in Gree…
-mycenaean culture... -built on Ionia's ideas
-poleis's or city-states which were autonomous
- Athens were limited democracy was formed... - Sparta which had…
- no legal system/lawyers... 10 clans, 50 citizens, 500 members…
What is the foundation of greek cultur…
-mycenaean culture... -built on Ionia's ideas
What was the political foundation of G…
-poleis's or city-states which were autonomous
Ancient Roman History
...First Triumvirate
...Second Triumvirate
Seutonius write about gladiators and C…
Shelton say about leisure time and who…
Triumvir or tresvir: member of a college of three members. Th…
In 43 BCE; Marc Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian. Executed almos…
Caesar arranged wild animal "hunts" and theatrical performanc…
Many leisure activities available to all social classes. Most…
...First Triumvirate
Triumvir or tresvir: member of a college of three members. Th…
...Second Triumvirate
In 43 BCE; Marc Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian. Executed almos…
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Ancient Roman History
Aqueduct
Republic
Deity
Toga
A built structure carrying a channel for supplying water over…
A country in which the head of state is elected.
A god or goddess worshipped by the Romans.
A loose outer garment worn by the citizens of Rome.
Aqueduct
A built structure carrying a channel for supplying water over…
Republic
A country in which the head of state is elected.
26 terms
Ancient Art History - ROman Art
Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia, Praen…
Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia, Praen…
The Orator, Cortona, Italy, 90 BCE
Head of a Roman Patrician, Otricoli, I…
Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia, Praen…
Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia, Praen…
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Ancient History- Roman Emperors
Titus
Nero
Augustus
Trajan
the emperor that was known as "the light of the world"
tyrant who killed his own mother
emperor who was in charge of 3 provinces: Syria, Spain and Gaul
first Roman emperor of non-Italian origin
Titus
the emperor that was known as "the light of the world"
Nero
tyrant who killed his own mother
50 terms
Ancient Roman History
Alexandria Donations
Carmen Sae.
Sejanjus
Pharsalus 4
34 bc
17 Bc
20-31 AD
48 bc
Alexandria Donations
34 bc
Carmen Sae.
17 Bc
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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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Ancient World, Greek&Roman, Medieval
bas-relief
black figure vase painting
faience
frontal
relief sculpture in which the figures project slightly from t…
relief sculpture is any work which projects from but which be…
glazed ceramic ware, in particular decorated tin-glazed earth…
parallel to the surface in the pictorial arts or seen from th…
bas-relief
relief sculpture in which the figures project slightly from t…
black figure vase painting
relief sculpture is any work which projects from but which be…
36 terms
Ancient Roman History
Aedile
Amicitia
Auxilires
Censor
A magistracy that involved maintaining the physical infrastru…
"friendship", a term that often refers to a political allianc…
Light infantry and cavalry military troops generally consisti…
An elected official whose duties included updating the citize…
Aedile
A magistracy that involved maintaining the physical infrastru…
Amicitia
"friendship", a term that often refers to a political allianc…
25 terms
HASS Ancient Roman History
Aqueduct
Republic
Deity
Toga
A built structure carrying a channel for supplying water over…
A country in which the head of state is elected.
A god or goddess worshipped by the Romans.
A loose outer garment worn by the citizens of Rome.
Aqueduct
A built structure carrying a channel for supplying water over…
Republic
A country in which the head of state is elected.
Ancient Roman History
Apostles
Aqueducts
Bread and Circuses
consul
followers of Jesus Christ
brought water to Roman cities
The Roman government kept people happy with free food and ent…
The two officials that were elected by the Senate. One ran th…
Apostles
followers of Jesus Christ
Aqueducts
brought water to Roman cities
31 terms
Ancient History: Roman Empire
Mare Nostrums
Estruscans
Founding of Rome (legend)
Father
Our sea
Precursor to the Romans
Twins (Romulus and Remus) were princes that were raised as wo…
_____ of a Roman family was law, everyone in the household wa…
Mare Nostrums
Our sea
Estruscans
Precursor to the Romans
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Ancient Roman History
Etruscans
Romulus
Titus Manlius
Plebeians
Non-Indo-Europeans, likely an indigenous Italian people. Had…
The founder of Rome, according to their creation myth.
3 times roman dictator. Prepped Rome for war. Fought against…
2nd class citizens. Mostly peasants, some artisans/merchants.…
Etruscans
Non-Indo-Europeans, likely an indigenous Italian people. Had…
Romulus
The founder of Rome, according to their creation myth.
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