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Humanities Vocabulary- Ancient Rome
Pax Romana
Civil War
Dictator
Aqueduct
A period of peace for the Roman Empire that began with the ru…
An armed conflict between groups within one country.
A ruler who has absolute power
A high, arched structure built to carry water over long dista…
Pax Romana
A period of peace for the Roman Empire that began with the ru…
Civil War
An armed conflict between groups within one country.
Humanities Vocabulary- Ancient Rome
Pax Romana
Civil War
Dictator
Aqueduct
A period of peace for the Roman Empire that began with the ru…
An armed conflict between groups within one country.
A ruler who has absolute power
A high, arched structure built to carry water over long dista…
Pax Romana
A period of peace for the Roman Empire that began with the ru…
Civil War
An armed conflict between groups within one country.
HUMANITIES ANCIENT ROME
ZEITGEIST 'Ancient Rome"
Julius Caesar
Stoicism
Roman Satire
Empire ... Very few areas of human thought in which the ancient…
Played a critical role in the demise of the Roman Republic an…
The one school of Greek Philosophy the best caught on among R…
THE one genre of literature almost exclusively developed by t…
ZEITGEIST 'Ancient Rome"
Empire ... Very few areas of human thought in which the ancient…
Julius Caesar
Played a critical role in the demise of the Roman Republic an…
Humanities Ancient Rome
Gate of Porta Augusta
Etruscan Temple
Tomb of Reliefs in Cerveteri
Apollo from Veii
Used new building technique... Arch instead of corbelled arch... Et…
Podium: front porch... Cellae: inner room... interior space used fo…
Tumuli: mound-like burial sites... Reserved Piers: interior colu…
archaic... from Veii... Etruscan
Gate of Porta Augusta
Used new building technique... Arch instead of corbelled arch... Et…
Etruscan Temple
Podium: front porch... Cellae: inner room... interior space used fo…
54 terms
Humanities: Ancient Rome
Aeneas
Aeneid
Alexander the Great
Aqueducts
Son of Venus +royal house of Troy, left Troy when burning and…
Writted by Virgil, commissioned by Augustus, patriotic, poeti…
Dad was Phillip II (king of Macedonia), followed father's foo…
Used in Roman civilization to carry water from source to city…
Aeneas
Son of Venus +royal house of Troy, left Troy when burning and…
Aeneid
Writted by Virgil, commissioned by Augustus, patriotic, poeti…
27 terms
Ancient Rome: vocabulary
Latin
auspicious
arch
aqueduct
the language of ancient Rome
lucky, favored
Roman invention that enabled builders to leave very wide open…
channel to carry water to the city, using both bridges and tu…
Latin
the language of ancient Rome
auspicious
lucky, favored
Introduction to the Humanities: Ancient Rome
Pietas
Mos Maiorum
Paterfamilias
Gravtias
Duty/devotion to the state, the gods and family
Customs and traditions of ancestors, very important to family…
The father's control of the family and manage household, "sta…
Seriousness about devotion to Rome
Pietas
Duty/devotion to the state, the gods and family
Mos Maiorum
Customs and traditions of ancestors, very important to family…
11 terms
humanities ancient rome dates
700 B.C.
510 B.C.
246-146 B.C.
45 B.C
Rome was born
Romans rose and drove Tarquin the proud from power and republ…
Romans forces defeated Cathage a northern african empire
Julius Caesar took order to Rome
700 B.C.
Rome was born
510 B.C.
Romans rose and drove Tarquin the proud from power and republ…
7 terms
de humanities ancient rome
barrel vault
groined vault
dome
portico
a semi-cylindrical vault joined by two parallel walls
created by the intersection of two barrel vaults capable of s…
a hemispherical vault supported by columns or walls
porch
barrel vault
a semi-cylindrical vault joined by two parallel walls
groined vault
created by the intersection of two barrel vaults capable of s…
6 terms
Humanities - Ancient Rome Terms
Jus Gentium
Tribunes
Roman Republic
Stoicism
International law
An official in Ancient Rome chosen by the plebeians to protec…
A period of Ancient Roman civilization beginning with the ove…
The endurance of pain or hardship without a display of feelin…
Jus Gentium
International law
Tribunes
An official in Ancient Rome chosen by the plebeians to protec…
Humanities 110 Ancient Rome
Roman Republic
Roads
Concrete
Cloaca Maxima
300 senators for life, 2 elected consuls for one year
Rome's greatest contribution to society; military can move fa…
Rome's greatest contribution to engineering, used to make aqu…
Sewer system that drains the streets
Roman Republic
300 senators for life, 2 elected consuls for one year
Roads
Rome's greatest contribution to society; military can move fa…
54 terms
Humanities: Ancient Rome
Aeneas
Aeneid
Alexander the Great
Aqueducts
Son of Venus +royal house of Troy, left Troy when burning and…
Writted by Virgil, commissioned by Augustus, patriotic, poeti…
Dad was Phillip II (king of Macedonia), followed father's foo…
Used in Roman civilization to carry water from source to city…
Aeneas
Son of Venus +royal house of Troy, left Troy when burning and…
Aeneid
Writted by Virgil, commissioned by Augustus, patriotic, poeti…
Humanities-Ancient Rome Dictionary
Apostles
Aqueducts
Assembly
Census
Any of the early followers of Jesus who carried the Christian…
A conduit or artificial channel for conducting water from a d…
An assembling or coming together of a number of persons, usua…
The registration of citizens and their property, for purposes…
Apostles
Any of the early followers of Jesus who carried the Christian…
Aqueducts
A conduit or artificial channel for conducting water from a d…
54 terms
Humanities Ancient Rome
Rome
Sicily
Alps
Apennine Mountains
the former center of both the ancient Roman Republic and the…
An island in the Mediterranean Sea off the southwest tip of t…
Europe's highest mountains extending in an arc from the Medit…
A mountain range on the Italian peninsula
Rome
the former center of both the ancient Roman Republic and the…
Sicily
An island in the Mediterranean Sea off the southwest tip of t…
25 terms
Humanities- Period: Ancient Rome
Romulus and Remus
Julius Caesar
Augustus Caesar
Pater System
Romulus was founder of Rome; suckled with his twin brother Re…
conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)
ruled Rome (63 BC - 14 C.E.), great uncle was Julius Caesar,
Social class in ancient Rome was hierarchical, but there were…
Romulus and Remus
Romulus was founder of Rome; suckled with his twin brother Re…
Julius Caesar
conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)
10 terms
Ancient Rome: Religion (DE Humanities)
Background
Mystery Religions: Common Elements
Cult of Isis
Cult of Cybele
individual practices with in a religion differed but most all…
included secret ceremonies or mysteries of initiation in whic…
originated in egypt based on myth, universal symbol of renewe…
originated in Asia Minor based on myth of Cybele and Attis, C…
Background
individual practices with in a religion differed but most all…
Mystery Religions: Common Elements
included secret ceremonies or mysteries of initiation in whic…
20 terms
Ancient Rome Humanities Test
Patricians
Plebeians
Slaves
When did Rome begin?
Roman citizen of wealthy descent
Roman citizens of common descent
Had no rights, were owned by their employers, not Roman citiz…
21st April 753 BC
Patricians
Roman citizen of wealthy descent
Plebeians
Roman citizens of common descent
20 terms
Ancient Rome Humanities Test
Patricians
Plebeians
Slaves
When did Rome begin?
Roman citizen of wealthy descent
Roman citizens of common descent
Had no rights, were owned by their employers, not Roman citiz…
21st April 753 BC
Patricians
Roman citizen of wealthy descent
Plebeians
Roman citizens of common descent
16 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
republic
Senate
patricians
plebeians
Form of government in which the people select representatives…
In Roman Republic, made up of 300 members from the Patrician…
A member of one of the noble families of the ancient Roman Re…
In ancient Rome, one of the common farmers, artisans, and mer…
republic
Form of government in which the people select representatives…
Senate
In Roman Republic, made up of 300 members from the Patrician…
13 terms
Humanities - Ancient Rome
Who was the general from carthage?
What was the highest position a person…
Who were the members of the first triu…
What was the origin of Caesars quote i…
-Hannibal: Known for leading the carthaginian army and a team…
-A consul was the highest elected political office of the rom…
-Gaius Julius Caesar, Marcus Licinius Crassus, Gnaeus Pompey.…
-Caesars said it in a letter to the Roman senate after he had…
Who was the general from carthage?
-Hannibal: Known for leading the carthaginian army and a team…
What was the highest position a person…
-A consul was the highest elected political office of the rom…
33 terms
Humanities Ancient Rome Review
How did Antony and Cleopatra benefit f…
Who was Romulus and Remus' father?
Why were Romulus and Remus thrown in t…
The Magistrates
They gained financial and political success.
Mars.
Their grandfather was afraid that they would overthrow him.)
Major officials elected by the Centurial Assembly. Minor offi…
How did Antony and Cleopatra benefit f…
They gained financial and political success.
Who was Romulus and Remus' father?
Mars.
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Republic
Oligarchy
Patrician
Plebeian
A government where the leader is not a king or a queen but pu…
A government ruled by a few elite people such as Sparta
Wealthy Landowning ruling class of Rome
Poor/Common people of Rome...they were the majority of the po…
Republic
A government where the leader is not a king or a queen but pu…
Oligarchy
A government ruled by a few elite people such as Sparta
17 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Mediterranean Sea
Roman Empire
Roman Republic
aqueducts
"Mare Nostrum" (our sea)... body of water that the Roman Empire…
time period after the Roman Republic, characterized by a gove…
a government where people pick their leaders. Consisted of tw…
-Bridge-like stone structures that carry water from the hills…
Mediterranean Sea
"Mare Nostrum" (our sea)... body of water that the Roman Empire…
Roman Empire
time period after the Roman Republic, characterized by a gove…
48 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
amphitheater
aqueduct
assembly
Augustus Caesar
a round arena in a Roman city where gladiator fights took place
channel bringing water to Roman towns, sometimes on raised ar…
where the Plebeians and Patricians met to elect consuls, magi…
Originally named Octavian, he was Caesar's nephew and became…
amphitheater
a round arena in a Roman city where gladiator fights took place
aqueduct
channel bringing water to Roman towns, sometimes on raised ar…
Human Geo Ancient Rome
gravitas
clan
vestals
patricians
a sense of serious that the Romans admired
group of relatives who share a common ancestor
highly respected religious women who performed important ritu…
upper class families who claimed authority because of their a…
gravitas
a sense of serious that the Romans admired
clan
group of relatives who share a common ancestor
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Gladiators
Monotheism
Polytheism
Emperor
Men who fight other men and animals in the Colosseum
Having only one god.
Having more than one god.
the ruler of an empire (a country made up of many smaller cou…
Gladiators
Men who fight other men and animals in the Colosseum
Monotheism
Having only one god.
20 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
patrician
plebian
republic
representative
a wealthy, powerful citizen of Ancient Rome
a common citizen of Ancient Rome
a form of government in which citizens have the right to choo…
a person elected to represent the people
patrician
a wealthy, powerful citizen of Ancient Rome
plebian
a common citizen of Ancient Rome
18 terms
Humanities - Ancient Rome
Colesseum
Emperor
Empire
Equestrians
A large amphitheater built in Rome around ad 70; site of the…
The male ruler of an empire
A group of nations or people ruled by an emperor or empress
People who have something to do with horses, horse riding
Colesseum
A large amphitheater built in Rome around ad 70; site of the…
Emperor
The male ruler of an empire
17 terms
Humanities- Ancient Rome
Colesseum
Emperor
Empire
Equestrians
a large amphitheater built in Rome around ad 70; site of the…
the ruler of an empire
a group of states or territories controlled my one ruler
In the early Roman Republic, one of the richest classes in th…
Colesseum
a large amphitheater built in Rome around ad 70; site of the…
Emperor
the ruler of an empire
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
plebeians
patricians
republic
Twelve Tables
common people (peasants, laborers, and craftspeople); they ha…
upper class citizens who were wealthy landowners, military le…
a form of government in which people elect leaders to represe…
the earliest written laws of Ancient Rome; written on wooden…
plebeians
common people (peasants, laborers, and craftspeople); they ha…
patricians
upper class citizens who were wealthy landowners, military le…
12 terms
Ancient Rome: more vocabulary
arch
aqueduct
republic
senate
Roman invention that enabled builders to leave very wide open…
channel to carry water to the city, using both bridges and tu…
rule by law
governing assembly of men
arch
Roman invention that enabled builders to leave very wide open…
aqueduct
channel to carry water to the city, using both bridges and tu…
44 terms
Ancient Rome: vocabulary
Latin
auspicious
arch
aqueduct
The language of Ancient Rome
lucky, favored
Roman invention that enabled builders to leave very wide open…
channel to carry water to the city, using both bridges and tu…
Latin
The language of Ancient Rome
auspicious
lucky, favored
12 terms
Vocabulary 11: Ancient Rome
Romulus and Remus
Roman Gods
Empire
Conquest
Traditional story of how Rome began. Sons of Mars and twins a…
The Romans worshiped 12 Gods: (Latin names of the Greek gods)…
A large territory in which several groups of people are ruled…
Taking control of a people or place through military force
Romulus and Remus
Traditional story of how Rome began. Sons of Mars and twins a…
Roman Gods
The Romans worshiped 12 Gods: (Latin names of the Greek gods)…
Humanities Ancient Rome test
Latins
Etruscans
Patrician class
Plebian class
Who was rome founded by
The Romans absorbed the fundamentals of urban planning, chari…
The powerful landowners of Ancient Rome constituted which cla…
The hard working small farmers of Rome consisted which class?
Latins
Who was rome founded by
Etruscans
The Romans absorbed the fundamentals of urban planning, chari…
Ancient Rome Vocabulary - Croft
Gen
Patrician
Plebeian
Patriotism
a group of free born families who traced themselves to a comm…
a member of one of the original citizen families of ancient R…
a member of the common people of ancient Rome
Love of and devotion to one's country
Gen
a group of free born families who traced themselves to a comm…
Patrician
a member of one of the original citizen families of ancient R…
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
republic
representative government
Roman Senate
Separation of Powers
A type of government where people choose representatives to g…
An electoral system where citizens vote to elect people to re…
The most powerful governing body in ancient Rome entirely mad…
The idea to not allow one group to have all the power.
republic
A type of government where people choose representatives to g…
representative government
An electoral system where citizens vote to elect people to re…
20 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary Words
Patrician
Plebeian
Republic
Representative
A wealthy, powerful citizen of ancient Rome.
A citizen of ancient Rome with no power
government in which citizens have the right to vote
A person elected to represent the people
Patrician
A wealthy, powerful citizen of ancient Rome.
Plebeian
A citizen of ancient Rome with no power
19 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Romulus and Remus
Plebeian
Patrician
Tiber
Traditional story of how Rome began. Twins abandoned and resc…
An ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic
In ancient Rome, a member of the privileged upper class.
River that Rome was built near
Romulus and Remus
Traditional story of how Rome began. Twins abandoned and resc…
Plebeian
An ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic
33 terms
Human Geography: Ancient Rome
Etruscans
Patrician
Consul
Dictator
a people who inhabited early Italy
in ancient Rome, member of the landholding upper class
in ancient Rome, official from the patrician class who superv…
ruler who has complete control over a government; in ancient…
Etruscans
a people who inhabited early Italy
Patrician
in ancient Rome, member of the landholding upper class
22 terms
Human Geo Ancient Rome
gravitas
clan
vestals
patricians
a sense of serious that the Romans admired
group of relatives who share a common ancestor
highly respected religious women who performed important ritu…
upper class families who claimed authority because of their a…
gravitas
a sense of serious that the Romans admired
clan
group of relatives who share a common ancestor
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Republic
Patricians
consuls
Plebeians
form of government in which the leader is not a king and cert…
great landowners ; they formed the ruling class in the Roman…
a chief executive officer of the Roman Republic; two were ele…
in the Roman Republic a social class made up of minor land ho…
Republic
form of government in which the leader is not a king and cert…
Patricians
great landowners ; they formed the ruling class in the Roman…
16 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Aqueduct
Civil War
Consuls
Empire
a pipe or channel that brings water from distant places
A war between regions of the same country
Two top officials and military leaders of the Roman Republic
state containing several countries or territories
Aqueduct
a pipe or channel that brings water from distant places
Civil War
A war between regions of the same country
22 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
republic
patrician
consul
dictator
people choose some of the officials represent them in govt, w…
300 members of the land holding upper class ( they made up th…
supervised buisnesses of the govt and commanded armies
ruler who has complete control
republic
people choose some of the officials represent them in govt, w…
patrician
300 members of the land holding upper class ( they made up th…
13 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
patricians
plebeians
republic
consul
an aristocrat or nobleman
common people, lower class who made up the majority of the po…
A form of government in which citizens choose their leaders b…
one of the two elected each year to command the army and dire…
patricians
an aristocrat or nobleman
plebeians
common people, lower class who made up the majority of the po…
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
aqueduct
collapse
Colosseum
debris
a bridge like structure that carries water
to fall down suddenly
an oval amphitheater in the center of Rome
the pieces left of something after it is destroyed
aqueduct
a bridge like structure that carries water
collapse
to fall down suddenly
10 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
republic
patrician
plebeian
consul
system of government where officials are elected or chosen to…
wealthy and powerful landowner who was part of the ruling cla…
member of a lower social class in Rome which was made up of m…
a chief executive officer of the Roman Republic; two were ele…
republic
system of government where officials are elected or chosen to…
patrician
wealthy and powerful landowner who was part of the ruling cla…
20 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Forum
Republic
Constitution
Veto
open area in a Roman city filled with public buildings, templ…
form of government in which citizens have the right to vote a…
System of basic rules and principles a government is organize…
Stop or cancel the action of a government or body
Forum
open area in a Roman city filled with public buildings, templ…
Republic
form of government in which citizens have the right to vote a…
Humanities Ancient Rome Set MWR
Julius Caesar
Mars
Consul
Augustus Caesar
His army defeated Gaul
God of war
Similar to a Prime Minister
First Emperor
Julius Caesar
His army defeated Gaul
Mars
God of war
16 terms
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
patrician
plebian
republic
senate
a wealthy, powerful citizen of ancient Rome
a common citizen of ancient Rome
a form of government in which citizens have the right to choo…
a governing body in which ancient Roman representatives served
patrician
a wealthy, powerful citizen of ancient Rome
plebian
a common citizen of ancient Rome
Ancient Rome Vocabulary
aqueduct
assassination
civil wars
Colosseum/Coliseum
Man-made channels that carry water long distances
murder by a secret or sudden attack
Wars among people who live in the same country or city
A huge amphitheater in Rome that looked a lot like a football…
aqueduct
Man-made channels that carry water long distances
assassination
murder by a secret or sudden attack
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