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12 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 1
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
founders of Rome; twin brothers
mother of Romulus and Remus
attendants to Vesta; vowed not to marry
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome; twin brothers
34 terms
Famous Men of Rome--The Monarchy (1)
Date of founding of Rome
Three periods of Roman history
They were raised by a she-wolf
Rome is on this river
753 BC
monarchy, republic, empire
Romulus & Remus
Tiber
Date of founding of Rome
753 BC
Three periods of Roman history
monarchy, republic, empire
38 terms
Famous Men of Rome--The Monarchy (1)
Date of founding of Rome
Three periods of Roman history
They were raised by a she-wolf
Rome is on this river
753 BC
monarchy, republic, empire
Romulus & Remus
Tiber
Date of founding of Rome
753 BC
Three periods of Roman history
monarchy, republic, empire
22 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 1 (Facts & Vocabulary)
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
founders of Rome; twin brothers
mother of Romulus and Remus
attendants to Vesta; vowed not to marry
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome; twin brothers
10 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 1
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
founders of Rome; twin brothers
mother of Romulus and Remus
attendants to Vesta; vowed not to marry
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome; twin brothers
31 terms
Famous Men of Rome Test 1
List the Roman kings in order
Founding of Rome
Roman Republic
monarchy
Romulus... Numa Pompilius... Tullus Hostilius... Ancus Marcius... Tarquin…
753 B.C.
510 B.C.
state ruled by a single, absolute ruler
List the Roman kings in order
Romulus... Numa Pompilius... Tullus Hostilius... Ancus Marcius... Tarquin…
Founding of Rome
753 B.C.
12 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 1
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
founders of Rome; twin brothers
mother of Romulus and Remus
attendants to Vesta; vowed not to marry
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome; twin brothers
10 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 1 (Comprehension)
Why did Amulius put Numitor's son to d…
Why are Roman's called a "she-wolf's l…
How did the twins decide who would be…
Explain how Romulus populated his city…
Amulius knew his position as king was threatened by Numoitor'…
Romulus and Remus founded Rome. Romans were called a "she-wol…
The two boys decided they would seek a sign from the gods tha…
Romulus made Rome a place of refuge, a safe place for people…
Why did Amulius put Numitor's son to d…
Amulius knew his position as king was threatened by Numoitor'…
Why are Roman's called a "she-wolf's l…
Romulus and Remus founded Rome. Romans were called a "she-wol…
12 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 1
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
founders of Rome; twin brothers
mother of Romulus and Remus
attendants to Vesta; vowed not to marry
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome; twin brothers
26 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lessons 1-5
753 BC
Three periods of Roman history
Romulus & Remus
Palatine
Date of founding of Rome
monarchy, republic, empire
They were raised by a she-wolf
The hill on which Romulus began his city
753 BC
Date of founding of Rome
Three periods of Roman history
monarchy, republic, empire
10 terms
Famous Men of Rome Ch. 1 vocab
adjacent
descendants
feeble
quarrel
next to, neighboring
offspring
weak
fight
adjacent
next to, neighboring
descendants
offspring
12 terms
Famous Men of Rome Ch. 1 key terms
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
founders of Rome, twin brothers
mother of Romulus and Remus
attendants to Vesta, vowed not to marry
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome, twin brothers
20 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 1
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
founders of Rome, twin brothers
mother of Romulus and Remus
attendants to Vesta, vowed not to marry
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome, twin brothers
Famous Men of Rome Lessons 1-5 Review
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Sylvia
Vestal Virgins
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid.
founders of Rome, twin brothers.
mother of Romulus and Remus.
attendants to Vesta, vowed not to marry.
Aeneas
Trojan chief; early king of Latins; hero of the Aeneid.
Romulus and Remus
founders of Rome, twin brothers.
77 terms
Famous Men of Rome 03
vanquish
expel
enraged
armistice
to conquer
to drive out
angry
truce
vanquish
to conquer
expel
to drive out
28 terms
Famous Men of Rome chap 1-5
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
85 terms
Famous Men of Rome 04
prominent
tyrant
intimate
tier
standing out
harsh ruler
very personal
row of seats
prominent
standing out
tyrant
harsh ruler
37 terms
Famous Men of Rome Chapter 1 Romulus and Remus
adjacent
descendant
stout
feeble
not distant: nearby
one deriving directly from a precursor or prototype
physically or materially strong
markedly lacking in strength
adjacent
not distant: nearby
descendant
one deriving directly from a precursor or prototype
80 terms
Famous Men of Rome 05
obedient
filial
sole
seldom
obeying
befitting a son
only
rarely
obedient
obeying
filial
befitting a son
20 terms
Men of Rome
Augustus (Octavian)
Caligula
Claudius
Commodus
Defeated Marc Antony for control of Rome
Appointed his horse as consul
Intelligent ruler likely poisoned by his wife
Son of the last "Good Emperor;" thought himself like Hercules
Augustus (Octavian)
Defeated Marc Antony for control of Rome
Caligula
Appointed his horse as consul
59 terms
Famous Men of Rome Review Lesson 1
753 BC
510 BC
753- 716 BC
715-674 BC
Founding of Rome (Beginning of Monarchy)
Founding of the Republic (End of Monarchy)
Romulus was king
Numa Pompilius was king
753 BC
Founding of Rome (Beginning of Monarchy)
510 BC
Founding of the Republic (End of Monarchy)
9 terms
Men of Rome
Second Triumvirate
Augustus
Golden Age of ______
5 good Emperors were?
Mark Antony, octavion, Lepidus
Starts Pax Romana, Joint Rule, Restores order and equity, cur…
Literature
Nerra, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius
Second Triumvirate
Mark Antony, octavion, Lepidus
Augustus
Starts Pax Romana, Joint Rule, Restores order and equity, cur…
15 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 5
Junius Brutus
Sextus
Lucretia
Titus and Tiberius
paraded as a simpleton; ended Roman monarchy
Tarquin Superbus's son; injured Lucretia
her suicide after Sextus's attack began revolt
sons of Junius Brutus; murdered for treason
Junius Brutus
paraded as a simpleton; ended Roman monarchy
Sextus
Tarquin Superbus's son; injured Lucretia
12 terms
Men of Rome
wrote the Aeneid
historian who lived during Augustan age
wrote Metamorphosis and was banned
poet during Augustan age
Virgil
Livy
Ovid
Horace
wrote the Aeneid
Virgil
historian who lived during Augustan age
Livy
14 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 2
Numa Pompilius
Egeria
Janus
Temple of Janus
second king of Rome; made farming a way of life
wife of Numa; rumored to be a goddess
god of new beginnings; two-faced god
open or closed door indicated war or peace
Numa Pompilius
second king of Rome; made farming a way of life
Egeria
wife of Numa; rumored to be a goddess
14 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 3
Tullus Hostilius
Latins
Mettius
Horatii
third king of Rome; known for military agression
people from Alba
king of Alba
three brothers; champions of Rome
Tullus Hostilius
third king of Rome; known for military agression
Latins
people from Alba
18 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 4
King Ancus Marcius
King Tarquin
Tanaquil
seven-hilled city
fourth king; built the harbor city Ostia
Lucumo; built the Capitol, Temple of Jupiter, Circus
wife of Tarquin; thought gods made Tarquin king
a nickname for Rome
King Ancus Marcius
fourth king; built the harbor city Ostia
King Tarquin
Lucumo; built the Capitol, Temple of Jupiter, Circus
39 terms
Famous Men of Rome
Date of founding of Rome
Three periods of Roman history
They were raised by a she-wolf
Rome is on this river
753 B.C.
monarchy, republic, empire
Romulus and Remus
Tiber
Date of founding of Rome
753 B.C.
Three periods of Roman history
monarchy, republic, empire
27 terms
Famous men of Rome 1-5 vocabulary
descendants
feeble
quarrel
perish
relative living after a person
weak
to argue, disagree
to end, die
descendants
relative living after a person
feeble
weak
29 terms
famous men of Rome 1-5 comprehension questions
why did amulets put numitor's son to d…
why are romans called "she-wolf's litt…
how did the twins decide who would be…
Explain how Romulus populated his city…
He put his son to death so he could not claim King
They were called that because of the brothers who were captured
At midnight they stood at the top of the hill and waited for…
He made Rome a refugee so that people who had trouble could c…
why did amulets put numitor's son to d…
He put his son to death so he could not claim King
why are romans called "she-wolf's litt…
They were called that because of the brothers who were captured
98 terms
Famous Men of Rome Drill Questions
Date of the destruction of the Temple…
Date of the founding of Rome
Where public meetings were held
Constantine moved the capital of Rome…
70 AD
753 BC
Forum
Byzantium (Constantinople)
Date of the destruction of the Temple…
70 AD
Date of the founding of Rome
753 BC
27 terms
Famous Men of Rome Unit I Vocabulary
adjacent
avenge
banish
contented
next to
to take revenge
to cast out
satisfied
adjacent
next to
avenge
to take revenge
15 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 3 (Facts & Vocabulary)
Tullus Hostilius
Latins
Mettius
Horatii
third king of Rome; known for military aggression
people from Alba
king of Alba
three brothers; champions of Rome
Tullus Hostilius
third king of Rome; known for military aggression
Latins
people from Alba
105 terms
Famous Men of Rome Review Lesson 02
valor
cordially
scarcity
laden
bravery
in a warm, friendly manner
lack of; insufficiency
heavily loaded
valor
bravery
cordially
in a warm, friendly manner
94 terms
Famous Men of Rome Unit I Review
petty
perish
feeble
treason
trivial, unimportant
to end, die
weak
act of disloyalty toward one's country
petty
trivial, unimportant
perish
to end, die
33 terms
Famous Men of Rome--The Republic (2)
Date of the founding of the Republic
The Etruscan king who fought with Tarq…
The first consul of Rome who watched h…
He held off the Etruscans at the bridge
510 BC
Lars Porsena
Junius Brutus
Horatius
Date of the founding of the Republic
510 BC
The Etruscan king who fought with Tarq…
Lars Porsena
94 terms
Famous Men of Rome Review Lesson 01
petty
perish
feeble
treason
trivial, unimportant
to end, die
weak
act of disloyalty toward one's country
petty
trivial, unimportant
perish
to end, die
6 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 2
Numa Pompilius
Egeria
Janus
Temple of Janus
second king of Rome; made farming a way of life
wife of Numa; rumored to be a goddess
god of new beginnings; two-faced god
open or closed door indicated war or peace
Numa Pompilius
second king of Rome; made farming a way of life
Egeria
wife of Numa; rumored to be a goddess
6 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 12
Cato the Censor
The Gracchi
Cornelia
Assembly of Tribes
strict senator; restored discipline to Rome
Tiberius and Caius; defended the plebeians
mother of the Gracchi; daughter of Scipio
legislative body of all the Roman tribes
Cato the Censor
strict senator; restored discipline to Rome
The Gracchi
Tiberius and Caius; defended the plebeians
9 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 22
Hadrian
Castle of St. Angelo
Antoninus Pius
Marcus Aurelius
emperor after Trajan; Trajan's cousin
Hadrian's Mole (mausoleum; tomb)
emperor after Hadrian; kind to Christians
virtuous pagan; great, stoic emperor
Hadrian
emperor after Trajan; Trajan's cousin
Castle of St. Angelo
Hadrian's Mole (mausoleum; tomb)
10 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 6
Publius Valerius
Sublician Bridge
Lars Porsena
Horatius Cocles
Roman ruler called Publicola; people's friend
only bridge that led into Rome
king of Clusium of Etruria; fought Romans
defended the Sublician Bridge against invasion
Publius Valerius
Roman ruler called Publicola; people's friend
Sublician Bridge
only bridge that led into Rome
11 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 9
Marcus Furius Camillus
Faliscians
Gauls
Brennus
father of his country; second Romulus; appointed dictator to…
a people of Etruria
people from land that is now France
chief of the Gauls
Marcus Furius Camillus
father of his country; second Romulus; appointed dictator to…
Faliscians
a people of Etruria
6 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 3
Tullus Hostilius
Latins
Mettius
Horatii
third king of Rome; known for military agression
people from Alba
king of Alba
three brothers; champions of Rome
Tullus Hostilius
third king of Rome; known for military agression
Latins
people from Alba
14 terms
Famous Men of Rome: ch 12
Cato the Censor
The Gracchi
Cornelia
Assembly of Tribes
strict senator; restore discipline to Rome
Tiberius and Caius; defended the plebeians
mother of the Gracchi; daughter of Scipio
legislative body of all the Roman tribes
Cato the Censor
strict senator; restore discipline to Rome
The Gracchi
Tiberius and Caius; defended the plebeians
Famous Men of Rome
Greek for roofed colonnade or porch
Military symbol; cross with initials o…
285 A.D.
313 A.D.
stoa
Labarum
Diocletian reorganizes the Empire
Edict of Milan
Greek for roofed colonnade or porch
stoa
Military symbol; cross with initials o…
Labarum
9 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 25
Julian the Apostate
Valentinian
Theodosius
Romulus Augustulus
tried to reinstate worship of pagan gods in Rome
established rule by Eastern and Western emperors
massacred over 6,000 citizens of Thessalonica
last emperor of the Western Roman Empire
Julian the Apostate
tried to reinstate worship of pagan gods in Rome
Valentinian
established rule by Eastern and Western emperors
12 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 10
Manlius Torquatus
Appius Claudius
Appian Way
Lucius Posthumius
stern and severe consul; beheaded his own son
"greatest of his countrymen in works of peace"
"queen of roads"; 120 miles from Rome to Capua
ambassador; his stained toga caused war
Manlius Torquatus
stern and severe consul; beheaded his own son
Appius Claudius
"greatest of his countrymen in works of peace"
10 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 18
Octavius
Mark Antony
Lepidus
Sextus Pompey
became Octavian when adopted as Caesar's son and heir; as emp…
friend of Caesar; bad ruler; 2nd Triumvirate
Roman general; 2nd Triumvirate
son of Pompey the Great
Octavius
became Octavian when adopted as Caesar's son and heir; as emp…
Mark Antony
friend of Caesar; bad ruler; 2nd Triumvirate
7 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 17
Rome's greatest orator; Roman consul
instigated conspiracy to overthrow gov…
informed Cicero of Catiline's plot
rule by three (Latin: tri- means "thre…
Cicero
Sergius Catiline
Fulvia
Triumvirate
Rome's greatest orator; Roman consul
Cicero
instigated conspiracy to overthrow gov…
Sergius Catiline
12 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 11
Punic Wars
Marcus Regulus
Xanthippus
Scipio Africanus
three wars between Rome and Carthage
Roman general loyal to his country and word
Spartan general; led Carthaginians in Punic War
won fame for victories over Africa & Hannibal
Punic Wars
three wars between Rome and Carthage
Marcus Regulus
Roman general loyal to his country and word
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