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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, and 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, and Circus
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 7
Coriolanus
patricians
plebeians
Volscians
Caius Marcius; patrician general; hated plebeians
wealthy, upper class citizens
common citizens; "plebs"
a people of Latium
Coriolanus
Caius Marcius; patrician general; hated plebeians
patricians
wealthy, upper class citizens
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 5
Junius Brutus
Sextus
Lucretia
Titus and Tiberius
paraded as a simpleton; ended Roman monarchy
Tarquin Superbus' son; injured Lucretia
her suicide after Sextus' attack began revolt
sons of Junius Brutus; murdered for treason
Junius Brutus
paraded as a simpleton; ended Roman monarchy
Sextus
Tarquin Superbus' son; injured Lucretia
13 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 16
Julius Caesar
Caesar's Commentaries (Commentarii de…
Julian family
Gaul
Roman orator, scholar, statesman, soldier
a history of Julius Caesar's wars, written by Caesar
family that boasted four Caesars in one century
France; place of Caesar's first great battle
Julius Caesar
Roman orator, scholar, statesman, soldier
Caesar's Commentaries (Commentarii de…
a history of Julius Caesar's wars, written by Caesar
13 terms
Famous Men of Rome: L8 Facts and vocab
Aequians
Cincinnatus
Passing under the yoke
Minucius
People living in mountains east of Latium
Lucius Quinctius; called Cincinnatus
greatest disgrace soldiers could endure
Roman consul; trapped in fight with Aequians
Aequians
People living in mountains east of Latium
Cincinnatus
Lucius Quinctius; called Cincinnatus
Famous Men of Rome-Final Test
Date of Destrustion of Temple of Jerus…
Date of Founding of Rome
Were Public Meetings were Held
Constantine Moved Capitol of Rome Here
70 AD
753 BC
Forum
Byzantium
Date of Destrustion of Temple of Jerus…
70 AD
Date of Founding of Rome
753 BC
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
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
33 terms
Famous Men of Rome --The Empire--Fall of Rome (5)
Romans wanted an emperor as great as A…
He built a famous wall in Britain and…
The sad stoic emperor
"To waste time is one of the greatest…
Trajan
Hadrian
Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Aurelius
Romans wanted an emperor as great as A…
Trajan
He built a famous wall in Britain and…
Hadrian
35 terms
Famous Men of Rome
753-509 BC
509BC-44BC
43BC-476 AD
Son of Mars and Sylvia
monarchy
Roman Republic
Roman Empire
Romulus
753-509 BC
monarchy
509BC-44BC
Roman Republic
78 terms
Famous Men of Rome all
Trajan
Hadrian
Marcus Aurelius
Diocletian
Romans wanted an emperor as great as Augustus and as good as…
He built a famous wall in Britain and a tomb in Rome
the sad, stoic emperor
he reorganized the empire
Trajan
Romans wanted an emperor as great as Augustus and as good as…
Hadrian
He built a famous wall in Britain and a tomb in Rome
72 terms
Famous Men of Rome: Unit IV Review
Ides of March
sacred
naumachia
triumvirate
March 15th
holy
mock sea battle
three-man ruling body
Ides of March
March 15th
sacred
holy
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 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
77 terms
Famous Men of Rome Unit III Review
vanquish
expel
enraged
armistice
to conquer
to drive out
angry
truce
vanquish
to conquer
expel
to drive out
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
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 BC
monarchy... republic... empire
Romulus and Remus
Tiber
Date of founding of Rome
753 BC
Three periods of Roman history
monarchy... republic... empire
Famous Men of Rome
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
18 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 4 (Facts & Vocabulary)
King Ancus Marcius
King Tarquin
Tanaquil
seven-hilled city
fourth king; built the harbor city Ostia
Lucumo; built the Capitol, Temple of Jupiter, and 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, and Circus
16 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 5 (Facts & Vocabulary)
Junius Brutus
Sextus
Lucretia
Titus and Tiberius
paraded as a simpleton; ended Roman monarchy
Tarquin Superbus' son; injured Lucretia
her suicide after Sextus' attack began revolt
sons of Junius Brutus; murdered for treason
Junius Brutus
paraded as a simpleton; ended Roman monarchy
Sextus
Tarquin Superbus' son; injured Lucretia
14 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 2 (Facts & Vocabulary)
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
17 terms
Famous Men of Rome
The only kind of work Romans thought n…
The holy books bought by Superbus and…
The elite soldiers who guarded the emp…
A victory that costs too much.
farming
Sibylline
Praetorian Guard
Pyrrhic
The only kind of work Romans thought n…
farming
The holy books bought by Superbus and…
Sibylline
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.
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
105 terms
Famous Men of Rome Unit II Review
valor
cordially
scarcity
laden
bravery
in a warm, friendly manner
lack of; insufficiency
heavily loaded
valor
bravery
cordially
in a warm, friendly manner
60 terms
Famous Men of Rome: The Republic
First elected rulers of the Republic
Wooden pilings
Shakespeare's play about a Roman hero…
Elected representatives of the plebeians
Consuls
Sublicae
Coriolanus
Tribunes
First elected rulers of the Republic
Consuls
Wooden pilings
Sublicae
35 terms
Famous Men of Rome Vocab Unit IV
legions
pilum
ballista
eagle bearer
division of Roman army, 4000-5000 men
long spear
machine for throwing heavy stones
soldier who carried pole with eagles on top
legions
division of Roman army, 4000-5000 men
pilum
long spear
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
Famous Men of Rome Review Lesson II
consuls
sublicae
Corialanus
tribunes
first elected rulers of the Republic
wooden pilings
Shakespeare's play about a Roman hero who hated the plebeians
elected representatives of the plebeians
consuls
first elected rulers of the Republic
sublicae
wooden pilings
Famous Men of Rome Ch. 1 vocab
adjacent
descendants
feeble
quarrel
next to, neighboring
offspring
weak
fight
adjacent
next to, neighboring
descendants
offspring
Famous Men of Rome Ch. 3 vocab
plunder
petty
resolute
submit
to take goods by force
small, insignificant, minor
determined
to give in, surrender to another's authority
plunder
to take goods by force
petty
small, insignificant, minor
13 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 16
Julius Caesar
Caesar's Commentaries (Commentarii de…
Julian family
Gaul
Roman orator, scholar, statesman, soldier
a history of Julius Caesar's wars, written by Caesar
family that boasted four Caesars in one century
France; place of Caesar's first great battle
Julius Caesar
Roman orator, scholar, statesman, soldier
Caesar's Commentaries (Commentarii de…
a history of Julius Caesar's wars, written by Caesar
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
Famous Men of Rome Ch. 2 key terms
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
Famous Men of Rome Ch. 2 vocab
degraded
reign
prosperous
contented
lowered in rank; disgraced
period of rule
flourishing
happy, satisfied
degraded
lowered in rank; disgraced
reign
period of rule
Famous Men of Rome Ch. 3 key terms
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
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 Lesson 15
Pompey the Great
pirates
Pillars of Hercules
Mithridates
waged war against pirates, Spain, and Africa
aka sea-rovers; a band of seafaring robbers
Strait of Gibraltar; narrow passage of water between Spain an…
king of Pontus, an ancient kingdom on the Black Sea (in moder…
Pompey the Great
waged war against pirates, Spain, and Africa
pirates
aka sea-rovers; a band of seafaring robbers
71 terms
Famous Men of Rome Unit V Review
285 AD
313 AD
476 AD
edict
Diocletian reorganizes the Empire
Edict of Milan
Last Emperor, Romulus Augustus; End of the Roman Empire in th…
order
285 AD
Diocletian reorganizes the Empire
313 AD
Edict of Milan
22 terms
Famous Men of Rome: ch11
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 Wars
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
10 terms
Famous Men of Rome Lesson 5 (Comprehension)
In what year did Rome change from a mo…
Who did a fortuneteller predict would…
How did the assault on Lucretia impact…
What title did the rulers who replaced…
The Roman Republic was begun in 510 B.C.
The fortuneteller predicted that the first of Tarquin's sons…
The assault on Lucretia was the immediate cause of the expuls…
The two highest magistrates of the Republic were called consu…
In what year did Rome change from a mo…
The Roman Republic was begun in 510 B.C.
Who did a fortuneteller predict would…
The fortuneteller predicted that the first of Tarquin's sons…
17 terms
Famous Men of Rome: L10 facts and vocab
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"
98 terms
Famous Men of Rome Final Exam Preparation
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
19 terms
Famous Men of Rome: L9 facts and vocab
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
21 terms
Famous Men of Rome chap 6-10
He held off the Etruscans at the bridge
The Etruscan king who fought with Tarq…
He burnt his hand to show Roman courage
The nobles who defended the plebeians…
Horatius
Lars Porsena
Caius Mucius
Fabii
He held off the Etruscans at the bridge
Horatius
The Etruscan king who fought with Tarq…
Lars Porsena
98 terms
Famous Men of Rome Final Exam Preparation
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
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
20 terms
Famous Men of Rome chap 11-15
A policy of avoiding direct confrontat…
This country developed the alphabet
He crossed the Alps with his army and…
The Roman general who avoided battle
Fabian policy
Phoenicia
Hannibal
Quintus Fabius
A policy of avoiding direct confrontat…
Fabian policy
This country developed the alphabet
Phoenicia
8 terms
Famous Men of Rome Chapter 6 Horatius
ward off
Horatius
Tiber River
Lars Porsena
to turn aside or repel; avert
The brave Roman soldier who held the Sublican Bridge against…
one of longest rivers in Italy. It is about 250 miles long an…
King of Clusium, a city of Etruria, who gathered a large army…
ward off
to turn aside or repel; avert
Horatius
The brave Roman soldier who held the Sublican Bridge against…
10 terms
Famous Men of Rome: history drill #41-50
He killed a giant Gaul and ordered his…
The "Queen of Roads:
"The greatest of his countrymen in the…
This structure carried water to Roman…
Manlius Torquatus
Appian Way
Appius Claudius
aqueduct
He killed a giant Gaul and ordered his…
Manlius Torquatus
The "Queen of Roads:
Appian Way
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