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Rome Key Terms and Places
Pax Romana
Vault
Anatomy
Inflation
"Roman Peace"; long era of peace and safety in the Roman Empire
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or roof
The study of body structure
Period of rapidly increasing prices
Pax Romana
"Roman Peace"; long era of peace and safety in the Roman Empire
Vault
Curved structure of stone or concrete forming a ceiling or roof
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Fall of Rome Places
Eastern Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Constantinople
Byzantium
Eastern Half of Rome. Thrived and became the Byzantine Empire…
Western half of Rome. Fell in A.D. 476 to Odoacer
Capital of the Eastern Roman / Byzantine Empire. crossroads o…
City where Constantine moved the Capital. Later became known…
Eastern Roman Empire
Eastern Half of Rome. Thrived and became the Byzantine Empire…
Western Roman Empire
Western half of Rome. Fell in A.D. 476 to Odoacer
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Rome places
L'Arco di Constantino
il Colosseo
La fontana di Trevi
Il Foro Romano
L'Arco di Constantino
il Colosseo
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Important Places of Ancient Rome
Tiber River
Latium
Brundisium
Rome
Rome is located on this river
Rome is located on this plain, the middle of the three import…
port city on eastern coast of Italy, was jumping off point fo…
City of Seven Hills
Tiber River
Rome is located on this river
Latium
Rome is located on this plain, the middle of the three import…
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Important Places of Ancient Rome
Tiber River
Latium
Brundisium
Rome
Rome is located on this river
Rome is located on this plain, the middle of the three import…
port city on eastern coast of Italy, was jumping off point fo…
City of Seven Hills
Tiber River
Rome is located on this river
Latium
Rome is located on this plain, the middle of the three import…
Rome - Places
Sicily
Apennines
Latium
Tiber River
The island of the "toe" of Italy
The mountain range that runs all the way down the "boot" of I…
A plain in central Italy
A water flow that was a source of water for the Romans
Sicily
The island of the "toe" of Italy
Apennines
The mountain range that runs all the way down the "boot" of I…
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Important Places of Ancient Rome
Tiber River
Latium
Brundisium
Rome
Rome is located on this river
Rome is located on this plain, the middle of the three import…
port city on eastern coast of Italy, was jumping off point fo…
City of Seven Hills
Tiber River
Rome is located on this river
Latium
Rome is located on this plain, the middle of the three import…
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Places in rome
Doric
Ionic
Corinthian
Caryatids
Most basic column
2nd best column
Ascanius leaves, elegant column
Human body statue columns
Doric
Most basic column
Ionic
2nd best column
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Places in Rome
Palentine Hill
Aventine Hill
Capitoline Hill
Caelian Hill
Augustus' Palace
Major Temple of Minerva and Diana
"Head of the World" easiest to defend because it is so big
Where high class Romans lived
Palentine Hill
Augustus' Palace
Aventine Hill
Major Temple of Minerva and Diana
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Ancient Rome: People, Places and Events
Romulus and Remus
Etruscans
Carthage
Gaul
According to legend, they founded Rome in 753 BCE. They were…
Beginning in the 700s BCE, first rulers of Rome; laid the fou…
A powerful city-state on the northern coast of Africa that fo…
An ancient region and Roman province that included most of pr…
Romulus and Remus
According to legend, they founded Rome in 753 BCE. They were…
Etruscans
Beginning in the 700s BCE, first rulers of Rome; laid the fou…
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Ancient Rome Section 1 (key terms, people, and places)
Republic
Consul
Patrician
Veto
A type of government in which citizens who have the right to…
One of two officials who led the ancient Roman Republic
Member of the wealthy, upper-class family in the ancient Roma…
The Latin word for "forbid"; the rejection of a bill by the P…
Republic
A type of government in which citizens who have the right to…
Consul
One of two officials who led the ancient Roman Republic
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Rome - people, places, notions
Romulus
Remus
particians
plebeians
founder of Rome, one of the twin sons of Mars
twin brother of Romulus who killed him
class of Roman citizens; came from the oldest noble families;…
class of Roman citizens, not from old families; usually craft…
Romulus
founder of Rome, one of the twin sons of Mars
Remus
twin brother of Romulus who killed him
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Ancient Rome - Places
Tiber River
Bethlehem
Sicily
Pompeii
A river flowing southward from north-central Italy across the…
A small town south of Jerusalem where Jesus is said to have b…
An island in the Mediterranean Sea off the southwest tip of t…
ancient city in Italy that was buried by the eruption of Moun…
Tiber River
A river flowing southward from north-central Italy across the…
Bethlehem
A small town south of Jerusalem where Jesus is said to have b…
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Ancient Rome: Vocabulary and Places
Tiber River
Italian Peninsula
Mediterranean Sea
Rome
flows through central and is the location of the settlement o…
Mountainous and has one of the longest coastlines in Europe
Large body of water separating the continent of Europe from A…
Located near the middle of the western coast of Italy, 15 mil…
Tiber River
flows through central and is the location of the settlement o…
Italian Peninsula
Mountainous and has one of the longest coastlines in Europe
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begining of Rome people and places
Romans
Italy
Rome
Carthage
The people of Rome were called Romans... Romans borrowed many id…
Country located near the Mediterranean sea it is also near Gr…
A great empire that ruled the ancient world for over 900 year…
A great city in northern Africa was also near the Mediterrane…
Romans
The people of Rome were called Romans... Romans borrowed many id…
Italy
Country located near the Mediterranean sea it is also near Gr…
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Ancient Rome- People and Places
Rome
Carthage
Hannibal
Scipio Africanus
the capital of ancient Roman and the name of an empire that i…
an ancient city on the north coast of Africa
Carthaginian general in the Second Punic Wars
Roman general who defeated Hannibal
Rome
the capital of ancient Roman and the name of an empire that i…
Carthage
an ancient city on the north coast of Africa
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Famous fun places in Rome
Caput
Collum
Doric... Ionic... Corinthian
Doric
Latin word meaning head
Latin word meaning neck
Name the order of the capitols on the top of columns from mos…
The most basic plain captiol meant to represent stability and…
Caput
Latin word meaning head
Collum
Latin word meaning neck
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History of Rome: Places
Rome
Actium
Athens
Alexandria
everything ever
Battle in 31 BCE: Cleo and Antony vs Octavian
cultural and social center of Greece. Antony is there for a p…
cultural , political, and social capital of Egypt. Pompey die…
Rome
everything ever
Actium
Battle in 31 BCE: Cleo and Antony vs Octavian
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Greece/Rome People Places Vocabulary
city-states
citizen
philosophy
Acropolis
an independent kingdom or state made up of a city and the sur…
a person who is a resident of a place and has certain rights…
a Greek word, meaning "love of wisdom;" the study of the natu…
a citadel, or fortress, where the city's municipal and religi…
city-states
an independent kingdom or state made up of a city and the sur…
citizen
a person who is a resident of a place and has certain rights…
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Chapter 10 Rome Places
Temple of Portunus
Temple of Vesta
Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia
Funerary relief with portraits of the…
Rome, Italy
Tivoli, Italy
Palestrina, Italy
Rome, Italy
Temple of Portunus
Rome, Italy
Temple of Vesta
Tivoli, Italy
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Fall of Rome: places
Gaul
Rome
Constantinople
Pompeii
an ancient region and Rome province that included most presen…
Italy
Roman capital of the east established by the fourth century e…
Roman city near naples, Italy which was buried during an erup…
Gaul
an ancient region and Rome province that included most presen…
Rome
Italy
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Rome Unit test (places)
Sicily
Scipico
Hannibal
Byzantium
1st Punic war
defeated Hannibal (leader of Rome)
leader of Carthage
capitol of Roman Empire
Sicily
1st Punic war
Scipico
defeated Hannibal (leader of Rome)
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Map places rome
Rubicon River
Carthage
Apennine Mountains
Africa
...
...
...
...
Rubicon River
...
Carthage
...
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places in rome/italy
la Fontana di trevi
la basilica di san pietro
il vaticano
le rovine del Foro romano
unaa fontana
una chiesa
una chiesa (o uno stato)
un rovine
la Fontana di trevi
unaa fontana
la basilica di san pietro
una chiesa
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Rome People & Places
Virgil
Romulus & Remus
Cincinnatus
Hannibal
writer, wrote the Aeneid
mythological founders of Rome
a farmer turned dictator who was a good ruler
Carthaginian general who terrorized the Romans, but was defea…
Virgil
writer, wrote the Aeneid
Romulus & Remus
mythological founders of Rome
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people and places in Rome
romulus
remus
etruscans
Julius ceaser
one of the children of the princess and mars , the roman god…
one of the children of the princess and mars , the roman god…
etruscans ,spoke there own language totally unlike any other…
Julius Caesar was a smart leader from 58 B.C to 51 B.C , he l…
romulus
one of the children of the princess and mars , the roman god…
remus
one of the children of the princess and mars , the roman god…
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Rome-People/Places
Scipio Africanus
Hamilcar Barca
Hannibal (Barca)
Marius
He was a general chosen to fight in the 2nd Punic war (Battle…
1st Punic war, Hannibal's father
Genius military leader in Carthage, he is a destroyer, leads…
Gets loyalty by buying and giving land to those who pledge th…
Scipio Africanus
He was a general chosen to fight in the 2nd Punic war (Battle…
Hamilcar Barca
1st Punic war, Hannibal's father
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Rome People/Places
Hannibal
Mago
Hasdrubal
Imicle
Carthaginian general that led Carthage in the Second Punic War.
Hannibal's brother, played a key role in many of the battles.
Hannibal's brother, is executed by Roman troops towards the e…
Hannibal's wife; he left her for 19 years before seeing her a…
Hannibal
Carthaginian general that led Carthage in the Second Punic War.
Mago
Hannibal's brother, played a key role in many of the battles.
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Rome Exam 2 Places
Latium
Samnium/Samnites
Pydna
Carthage
region of western italy where rome was founded
South east of Rome, war fought to obtain land
battle was fought when last of macedonian kings were killed a…
City in north africa, Punic Wars
Latium
region of western italy where rome was founded
Samnium/Samnites
South east of Rome, war fought to obtain land
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Rome unit test (places)
Tiber River
Rome
Carthage
Sicily
3rd longest river in Italy, main water course in city of Rome…
Capital of Roman Empire
Where Hannibal was
Island off of Italy
Tiber River
3rd longest river in Italy, main water course in city of Rome…
Rome
Capital of Roman Empire
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Ancient Rome People and Places
Virgil
Horace
Galen
Ptolemy
a poem writer whom got some of his ideas from Homer's Odyssey
A person whom describes the adventures of the Trojan prince A…
A doctor whom brought many medical ideas to Rome
An important scientist whom studied the sky and carefully map…
Virgil
a poem writer whom got some of his ideas from Homer's Odyssey
Horace
A person whom describes the adventures of the Trojan prince A…
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People and Places of Rome
Romulus and Remus
Etruscans
Julius Caeser
Octivian
Romulus and Remus were twins, but their father feared they wo…
At about 600 B. C., mysterious people, called Etruscans took…
Roman general, he was one of the greatest military leaders in…
13 years after Julius Caesar was killed, his adopted son Octi…
Romulus and Remus
Romulus and Remus were twins, but their father feared they wo…
Etruscans
At about 600 B. C., mysterious people, called Etruscans took…
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Important Terms, Events, and Places- Rome
Corruption
Byzantine Empire
Christianity
Crucifixion
the decay of people's values
the society that developed in the eastern Roman Empire after…
a religion based on the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth that d…
a type of execution in which a person was nailed to a cross
Corruption
the decay of people's values
Byzantine Empire
the society that developed in the eastern Roman Empire after…
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Famous places and sites in Rome
Pantheon
Aquadotti
Piazza di Spagna
Basilica di San Pietro
-A place used to worship all gods... -Barbarians spared the buil…
-Build from stones, bricks, and obsidian... -250 miles long... +onl…
(spanish steps)... -136 steps... -At the base is the "fountain of t…
-Center of the Catholic Churches... -Contains 45 alters... -Constru…
Pantheon
-A place used to worship all gods... -Barbarians spared the buil…
Aquadotti
-Build from stones, bricks, and obsidian... -250 miles long... +onl…
20 terms
Ancient Rome: People, Places and Events
Romulus and Remus
Etruscans
Carthage
Gaul
According to legend, they founded Rome in 753 BCE. They were…
Beginning in the 700s BCE, first rulers of Rome; laid the fou…
A powerful city-state on the northern coast of Africa that fo…
An ancient region and Roman province that included most of pr…
Romulus and Remus
According to legend, they founded Rome in 753 BCE. They were…
Etruscans
Beginning in the 700s BCE, first rulers of Rome; laid the fou…
45 terms
Famous Fun Places in Rome
column
capital
Doric column
Ionic column
English word collar , means neck
top part of column, means head
basic, simple, stable, strong
little more personality than doric, comes from look of ancien…
column
English word collar , means neck
capital
top part of column, means head
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Key Words for Ancient Rome
Etruscans
Romulus and Remus
gladiator
plebeian
an early civilization on the Italian peninsula; Romans were i…
twins of the myth that explains how Rome was founded
a person trained to fight for public entertainment
in the Roman Republic, one of the common people
Etruscans
an early civilization on the Italian peninsula; Romans were i…
Romulus and Remus
twins of the myth that explains how Rome was founded
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Rome Key Term Flashcards
aqueduct
consul
dictator
omen
a bridgelike structure built to carry water from a distance s…
either of the two main elected officials of the ancient Roman…
a ruler with absolute power
a thing ot event that is believed to foretell good or evil
aqueduct
a bridgelike structure built to carry water from a distance s…
consul
either of the two main elected officials of the ancient Roman…
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Fall of Rome Key People
Odoacer
Constantine
Vandals
Theodora
Germanic general who took control of Rome in 476 A.D. and rul…
Roman Emperor between 306 CE and 337 CE. Moved the capital fr…
A group of invaders from North Africa who invaded Rome in 455…
the wife of Justinian, she helped to improve the status of wo…
Odoacer
Germanic general who took control of Rome in 476 A.D. and rul…
Constantine
Roman Emperor between 306 CE and 337 CE. Moved the capital fr…
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Rome Key Term Flashcards
aqueduct
consul
dictator
omen
a bridgelike structure built to carry water from a distance s…
either of the two main elected officials of the ancient Roman…
a ruler with absolute power
a thing ot event that is believed to foretell good or evil
aqueduct
a bridgelike structure built to carry water from a distance s…
consul
either of the two main elected officials of the ancient Roman…
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National Latin Exam Places in Rome
forum
Via Appia (Appian Way)
Pantheon
aquaeductus
market-place, meeting place, heart of the town
important Roman road, linked Rome to southern Italy
temple in Rome to all gods ("the-" is a Greek root for god)
aquaduct for transporting water
forum
market-place, meeting place, heart of the town
Via Appia (Appian Way)
important Roman road, linked Rome to southern Italy
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There's No Place Like Rome
dictator
corruption
plebeians
patricians
rulers with almost absolute power
A pattern of illegal or immoral activities by government offi…
common people (craftsman, traders, workers) some as wealthy a…
powerful, wealthy nobles who were the only who could be elect…
dictator
rulers with almost absolute power
corruption
A pattern of illegal or immoral activities by government offi…
10 terms
Places in Rome by Octavius K.
Forum
Tiber River
Capitoline Hill
Palatine Hill
Place of business, government, religion, center of Rome
River in Rome, Romulus and Remus were spotted by the lupa flo…
Where Rome was founded by Romulus
Hill where the rich people lived (palaces)
Forum
Place of business, government, religion, center of Rome
Tiber River
River in Rome, Romulus and Remus were spotted by the lupa flo…
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Places in Ancient Rome for NLE Latin I
Curia
Thermae
Colosseum
basilica
building where Roman senators met
baths. (these were large buildings where many could bathe at…
famous Roman amphitheater known for great size and clever des…
Roman courthouse. Imagine lawyers eating basil?
Curia
building where Roman senators met
Thermae
baths. (these were large buildings where many could bathe at…
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PLACES CH 1 & 2 Rome & Byzantium
Rome
Constantinople
Hagia Sophia
Colosseum
Capital of Italy
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
the Cathedral of Holy Wisdom in Constantinople, built by orde…
a large amphitheater built in Rome around ad 70; site of the…
Rome
Capital of Italy
Constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
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Key Places
Meditteranean Sea
Nile
Thebes
Amarna
a sea connected to the Atlantic Ocean surrounded by the _____…
River that runs through Egypt. It was the main source of wate…
an ancient Egyptian city located east of the Nile about 800 k…
It is an extensive Egyptian archaeological site that represen…
Meditteranean Sea
a sea connected to the Atlantic Ocean surrounded by the _____…
Nile
River that runs through Egypt. It was the main source of wate…
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Key Places
Midway Islands
Banana Republics
Cuba
Puerto Rico
US government wanted to use as refueling along with repair st…
Used to describe a Central American nation dominated by Unite…
Cuban guerrillas destroyed American sugar plantations and mills
Did not become independent and became a Common Wealth
Midway Islands
US government wanted to use as refueling along with repair st…
Banana Republics
Used to describe a Central American nation dominated by Unite…
29 terms
There's No Place Like Rome
dictator
corruption
plebeians
patricians
rulers with almost absolute power
A pattern of illegal or immoral activities by government offi…
common people (craftsman, traders, workers) some as wealthy a…
powerful, wealthy nobles who were the only who could be elect…
dictator
rulers with almost absolute power
corruption
A pattern of illegal or immoral activities by government offi…
8 terms
Key Places
Qumran
Upper Room
Calvary
Nazareth
Where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found
The room where Jesus celebrated the Last Supper. The locked g…
n. The place where Christ was crucified.
Where was Jesus from?
Qumran
Where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found
Upper Room
The room where Jesus celebrated the Last Supper. The locked g…
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Key places
Palestine
Nazareth (Galilee)
Jerusalem
Jordan River
Jesus' country
Where Jesus grew up
Where Jesus' tomb is
Where Jesus was baptised
Palestine
Jesus' country
Nazareth (Galilee)
Where Jesus grew up
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