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Western Civilization Ancient Rome
Constantinople
plebiscites
ladder of offices
First Triumvirate
City founded as the eastern capital of the Roman Empire by Co…
Resolutions passed by the Plebeian Assembly; such resolutions…
The series of Roman elective government offices from quaestor…
The coalition formed in 60 B.C.E. by Pompey, Crassus, and Cae…
Constantinople
City founded as the eastern capital of the Roman Empire by Co…
plebiscites
Resolutions passed by the Plebeian Assembly; such resolutions…
Western Civilization- Rome
ethnocentrism
republic
bureaucracy
imperialism
the belief in the fundamental superiority of your culture and…
a government where people elect representatives who then deci…
an administrative system that helps run government through ma…
a policy of establishing control over foreign lands and peoples
ethnocentrism
the belief in the fundamental superiority of your culture and…
republic
a government where people elect representatives who then deci…
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Rome Western civilization 2
what did Rome introduce
what is the legend about rome
Reality in early rome
what is the Via Apia
Built great highways, heated baths introduce concrete and six…
that it was founded by twin brothers ROMULUS and RENUS both o…
we pastoral people (SPOKE LATIN) who were influenced by the E…
The road the led to Rome
what did Rome introduce
Built great highways, heated baths introduce concrete and six…
what is the legend about rome
that it was founded by twin brothers ROMULUS and RENUS both o…
Rome & the Roots of Western Civilization
art
mosaic
Pompeii
Aeneid
Classical sculpture, mosaics, painting.
Pictures made from tiny tiles.
Town covered in ash after a volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvi…
Famous work of Latin literature written by the poet Virgil.
art
Classical sculpture, mosaics, painting.
mosaic
Pictures made from tiny tiles.
Western Civilization----Rome
Roman Republic
Patricians
Plebeians
Punic Wars
overthrow of roman kingdom
aristocrat, wealthier people
Peasants
rome vs carthage. existing carthagian empire vs expanding rom…
Roman Republic
overthrow of roman kingdom
Patricians
aristocrat, wealthier people
Western Civilization: Ancient Rome
The farmers, merchants, artisans, and…
Landholding upper class
Integral to the success of Rome, and u…
In the event of war, a _______ is call…
Plebeians
Patricians
Roman roads
-Dictator... -Cincinnatus
The farmers, merchants, artisans, and…
Plebeians
Landholding upper class
Patricians
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Western Civilization - Rome
Rome
Etruscans
Royal Rome
Imperium
751 BCE; ... Romulus & Remus
Beginning in the 700s BCE,first rulers of Roman Republic and…
700-509 BCE... Senate - chooses kings & provides them with autho…
Right held by a Roman King to enforce commands by fines, arre…
Rome
751 BCE; ... Romulus & Remus
Etruscans
Beginning in the 700s BCE,first rulers of Roman Republic and…
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Western Civilization 1 : Rome
estruscans
republic
roman diplomacy
senate
Controlled Rome as we knew it, became the roman republic
A form of government in which power rests with the citizens w…
After Rome conquered people, they were in charge but they let…
300 members, chosen from aristocracy for life- controls forei…
estruscans
Controlled Rome as we knew it, became the roman republic
republic
A form of government in which power rests with the citizens w…
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Western Civilization Midterm (Rome)
Before the Etruscans arrived, Rome was a
During the Augustan age
Upperclass Roman women were given the…
From which group did the Romans borrow…
Small village
Latin Literature reached its height
Own and sell property
The ertruscans
Before the Etruscans arrived, Rome was a
Small village
During the Augustan age
Latin Literature reached its height
Western civilization (Ancient Rome)
Who founded Rome?
Latin tribes settled on the seven ____…
Etruscans ruled from ca. 600 BC and di…
Bait institution of Rome was that the…
The legendary rommulus & remus
Hills, Tiber
Walled. City
Stressed responsibility and respected law/order
Who founded Rome?
The legendary rommulus & remus
Latin tribes settled on the seven ____…
Hills, Tiber
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Western civilization- Ancient Rome
Republic
Patricians
Consuls
Dictator
people have a say in government
upper class, rich landowners (ruling class)
Patricians serving one year
ruler who has complete control over a government
Republic
people have a say in government
Patricians
upper class, rich landowners (ruling class)
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Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman culture
Pompeii
Virgil
Tacitus
culture developed from the blending of Greek, Hellenistic, an…
Roman town covered by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius
Roman poet who wrote the Aeneid
Roman historian who recorded the good and bad of imperial Rome
Greco-Roman culture
culture developed from the blending of Greek, Hellenistic, an…
Pompeii
Roman town covered by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius
Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman culture
Pompeii
Virgil
Tacitus
an ancient culture that developed from a blending of Greek, H…
a Roman town that was destroyed due to a volcanic eruption.
a poet who spent ten years writing the most famous work of La…
a Roman historian.
Greco-Roman culture
an ancient culture that developed from a blending of Greek, H…
Pompeii
a Roman town that was destroyed due to a volcanic eruption.
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Western Civilization I- Ancient Rome
Etruscans
Res Publica
Senate
The Twelve Tables
The group who governed the early Romans until 509 BCE; they l…
The Republic; the new government that the Romans set up after…
Made up of 300 members, all wealthy patricians, who in theory…
A written code of laws, an early concession from the Senate t…
Etruscans
The group who governed the early Romans until 509 BCE; they l…
Res Publica
The Republic; the new government that the Romans set up after…
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CLEP - Western Civilization- Ancient Rome
Latium
Etruscans
Patricians
Plebeians
Region home to Latins, and Italic tribe who founded the city…
Seafaring people from Asia Minor who settled in Etruria and g…
Wealthy, noble class in Rome
Poor, lower class in Rome
Latium
Region home to Latins, and Italic tribe who founded the city…
Etruscans
Seafaring people from Asia Minor who settled in Etruria and g…
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Western Civilization - ROME
St. Benedict
The Latins & The Ecrustans
Equites
St. Augustine
-The Father of Western Monasticism... -Founded the Benedictine o…
LATIN'S... -First to settle in Rome on two hills on the Tiber Ri…
-The Roman Capitalists... -New Upper/Middle Class... -Work hard for…
-Bishop of Hippo... -Wrote a Book known as City of God... -Was orig…
St. Benedict
-The Father of Western Monasticism... -Founded the Benedictine o…
The Latins & The Ecrustans
LATIN'S... -First to settle in Rome on two hills on the Tiber Ri…
Western Civilization (Rome Notes)
Hellenistic Age
Rise of Alexander the Great
Philip of Macedon fought against disun…
Philip of Macedon is killed, 20 year o…
Started 336 BCE
336 BCE
338 BCE
336 BCE
Hellenistic Age
Started 336 BCE
Rise of Alexander the Great
336 BCE
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Western Civilization: Ancient Rome
Carthage
Magna Grecia
Etruscans
Tiber
Extensive commercial empire that originated from a Phoenician…
Greek poleis of of Sicily and southern Italy, products of the…
Skilled engineers, grew wealthy from their abundance of metal…
One of Italy's greatest rivers, Rome is strategically placed…
Carthage
Extensive commercial empire that originated from a Phoenician…
Magna Grecia
Greek poleis of of Sicily and southern Italy, products of the…
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Western Civilization - Rome
Vandals
Patricians
plebian
Anthony and Cleopatra
One of a group of Germanic tribes who invaded and destroyed t…
Powerful landowners who controlled Roman government and society
Common person; lower class person/people.
Roman general and Queen of Egypt who lived at the very end of…
Vandals
One of a group of Germanic tribes who invaded and destroyed t…
Patricians
Powerful landowners who controlled Roman government and society
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Rome Test Western Civilization
Romulus
Remus
Hannibal
Scipio
Son of Mars, Raised by Wolves, Killed brother Remus and found…
Brother of Romulus who was killed by his brother in the debat…
Great military leader who came from the Alps to attack Rome i…
Roman general who fought against Hannibal and Carthage. When…
Romulus
Son of Mars, Raised by Wolves, Killed brother Remus and found…
Remus
Brother of Romulus who was killed by his brother in the debat…
Western Civilization (Greece, Rome)
City state
Sparta & Spartan Ladies
Helots
Why did Sparta become a military state?
Areas where individual cities ruled themselves and some land…
•warrior society ... •highest values: 1. Military service 2. Loy…
Slaves
There was a ratio of helots to spartans 7:1 so to prevent reb…
City state
Areas where individual cities ruled themselves and some land…
Sparta & Spartan Ladies
•warrior society ... •highest values: 1. Military service 2. Loy…
Rome and the roots of Western civilization
Greco-Roman culture
Pompeii
Virgil
Tacitus
The mixing of elements of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman cultu…
A turn that dates from as early as the second century B.C. no…
A poet who spent ten years writing the most most famous work…
Another Roman historian, is notable among ancient historians…
Greco-Roman culture
The mixing of elements of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman cultu…
Pompeii
A turn that dates from as early as the second century B.C. no…
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Western Civilization (Greece and Rome)
polis
acropolis
tragedies
Sophacles
Greek city-state
building or safe haven atop a mountain
What type were the 1st Greek dramas?
Who wrote Oedipus Rex?
polis
Greek city-state
acropolis
building or safe haven atop a mountain
Rome and the roots of western civilization
Greco-Roman culture
Pompeii
Virgil
Tacitus
Called classical civilization
In A.D. 79 , nearby mount Vesuvius , covering Pompeii in a th…
Wrote the aenia , the epic or the legendary aeneas
In his annals and histories , he wrote about the good and bad…
Greco-Roman culture
Called classical civilization
Pompeii
In A.D. 79 , nearby mount Vesuvius , covering Pompeii in a th…
Western Civilization: Greece & Rome
Where was/is Greece located?
How did Greece's location make Greece…
Briefly describe Greek Religion and My…
How is Greek Religion different from C…
Greece is located below Albania and Turkey, branching out int…
Being near the sea, Greece is able to travel and easily trans…
Greek Religion and Mythology is polytheistic and many ancient…
Greek Religion and Mythology is different from Catholicism be…
Where was/is Greece located?
Greece is located below Albania and Turkey, branching out int…
How did Greece's location make Greece…
Being near the sea, Greece is able to travel and easily trans…
Rome and the roots of western civilization .
Greco Román culture :
Pompeii:
Virgil:
Tacitus :
Culture developed from the blending of Greek , Hellenistic ,…
Roman town destroyed by the eruption of mount Vesuvius :
Roman poet who wrote the Aeneid .
Roman historian who recorded the good and bad of imperial Rom…
Greco Román culture :
Culture developed from the blending of Greek , Hellenistic ,…
Pompeii:
Roman town destroyed by the eruption of mount Vesuvius :
Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman Culture
Pompeii
Bas-relief sculptures
Mosaics
- Culture that mixed elements of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roma…
- Roman town... - Ash from volcano eruption preserves art (A.D.…
- Used to tell stories... - Represents crowds of people, soldier…
- Made by setting small pieces of stone, glass, or tile onto…
Greco-Roman Culture
- Culture that mixed elements of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roma…
Pompeii
- Roman town... - Ash from volcano eruption preserves art (A.D.…
Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman Culture
Pompeii
Virgil
Tacitus
An ancient culture that developed from a blending of Greek, H…
Roman city near Naples, Italy, which was buried during an eru…
Classical Roman poet, author of Aenied.
Writings include Nero blaming Christians for fire.
Greco-Roman Culture
An ancient culture that developed from a blending of Greek, H…
Pompeii
Roman city near Naples, Italy, which was buried during an eru…
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Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman Culture
Pompeii
Virgil
Tacitus
an ancient culture that developed from a blending of Greek, H…
an anciet Roman town.
a poet of ancient times who wrote the Aeneid.
Roman historian famous for presenting facts accurately.
Greco-Roman Culture
an ancient culture that developed from a blending of Greek, H…
Pompeii
an anciet Roman town.
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Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Because the hundreds of territories un…
After conquering Greece in second cent…
The mixing of elements of Greek, Helle…
Roman artists, philosophers, and write…
rule, art, architecture, literature, philosophy
culture, language
Greco-Roman culture
Greek, Hellenistic, style
Because the hundreds of territories un…
rule, art, architecture, literature, philosophy
After conquering Greece in second cent…
culture, language
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Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman Culture
Greek Sculptures
Roman Sculptures
Bas-relief
the mixing of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman culture
beauty & idealization
realistic portraits in stone
sculpture; images projected from flat background;to tell stor…
Greco-Roman Culture
the mixing of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman culture
Greek Sculptures
beauty & idealization
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Western Civilization Rome
Republic
Gravitas
Pater Families
patricians
Government in which the people do not have the final say but…
the highest roman virtue it focuses on teamwork and working f…
The head male of the household. Also in the family was his wi…
The ruling class families of ancient Rome. Wealthy, high clas…
Republic
Government in which the people do not have the final say but…
Gravitas
the highest roman virtue it focuses on teamwork and working f…
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Western civilization Rome chapter 6
Dictator
Patrician
Plebeians
Veto
Ruler who has complete control over a government
Member of the land holding upper class
Lower class including, farmers, merchants artisans, and traders
Block a government action
Dictator
Ruler who has complete control over a government
Patrician
Member of the land holding upper class
Rome and the roots of western civilization
Main idea
Relevance
Pompeii
What was the volcano that erupted call…
Rome created a great civilization whose art, agriculture, lan…
The Romans developed many ideas and institutions that became…
There was a catastrophe there
Mount Vesuvius
Main idea
Rome created a great civilization whose art, agriculture, lan…
Relevance
The Romans developed many ideas and institutions that became…
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Greece/Rome/Western Civilization Unit
Athens
Sparta
Socrates
Aristotle
Greece... A Greek city-state and the birthplace of democracy.... De…
A powerful Greek miliary polis that was often at war with Ath…
(470-399 BCE) An Athenian philosopher who thought that human…
A Greek Philosopher, taught Alexander the Great, started a fa…
Athens
Greece... A Greek city-state and the birthplace of democracy.... De…
Sparta
A powerful Greek miliary polis that was often at war with Ath…
Western Civilization Rome Test Study
What sparked the overthrow of the Mona…
Name the monarchs in order:
Romulus is famous for what? How did he…
What was Numa famous for? What tribe w…
The rape of Lucretia
Romulus, Numa, Tulius Hostilus, Ancus Marcius, Tarquin the el…
Founding Rome, he was killed in a thunderstorm
Promoting peace and religion, the Sabines
What sparked the overthrow of the Mona…
The rape of Lucretia
Name the monarchs in order:
Romulus, Numa, Tulius Hostilus, Ancus Marcius, Tarquin the el…
Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman culture
mosaics
frescoes
Virgil
blending of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman cultures into one
Roman designs of pictures made out of small pieces of glass o…
bright Roman murals that most had directly on their walls
famous Roman poet who wrote Latin literature such as the famo…
Greco-Roman culture
blending of Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman cultures into one
mosaics
Roman designs of pictures made out of small pieces of glass o…
Western Civilization Hellenistic Age and Rome
Alexander the Great
Gordium temple
Gordian Knot
Susa
Son of Philip II, king of Macedonia who took the throne at th…
Site of the Gordian Knot
A huge complex knot located inside the Gordium temple. It was…
City in Iran captured by Alexander and his army. 60 million d…
Alexander the Great
Son of Philip II, king of Macedonia who took the throne at th…
Gordium temple
Site of the Gordian Knot
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Western Civilization - Rome Part 2
These people had the largest influence…
What mountain divided Italy into regio…
What four things describe Roman cultur…
Most Romans in the early days of the R…
Etruscans
Apennine Mountains
Family Religion, Farming, Devotion, Loyalty
Landowners
These people had the largest influence…
Etruscans
What mountain divided Italy into regio…
Apennine Mountains
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KT 6:5 Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman Culture
Pompeii
Virgil
Tacitus
Culture developed from the blending of Greek, Hellenistic, an…
Roman town destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius
Roman poet who wrote the Aeneid
Roman historian who recorded the good and bad of imperial Rome
Greco-Roman Culture
Culture developed from the blending of Greek, Hellenistic, an…
Pompeii
Roman town destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius
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Chapter 6.5. Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
Greco-Roman Culture
Bas-Relief
Mosaics
Frescoes
Ancient culture that developed from the blending of Greek, He…
Images projected from a flat background. These sculptures tol…
Pictures or designs made by setting small pieces of stone, gl…
Also called Murals. Paintings that can be found directly on w…
Greco-Roman Culture
Ancient culture that developed from the blending of Greek, He…
Bas-Relief
Images projected from a flat background. These sculptures tol…
Western Civilization (Ancient Rome) VOCAB
Etruscans
Republic
Patrician
Consul
The civilization that ruled northern Italy prior to the Romans
A form of government who chooses officials to make laws
A member of the landed upper class that controlled positions…
One of two patricians selected each term to supervise the bus…
Etruscans
The civilization that ruled northern Italy prior to the Romans
Republic
A form of government who chooses officials to make laws
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Western Civilization Unit 1 Rome
Republic
Patricians
Plebeians
Legion
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
an aristocrat or nobleman.
a member of the lower social classes.
a unit of 3,000-6,000 men in the ancient Roman army.
Republic
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
Patricians
an aristocrat or nobleman.
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Rome Study Guide (Western Civilization)
Hannibal
Julius Caesar
The Good Emperors
Constantine
The commander of the Carthaginian army during the Second Puni…
Roman General and one of the greatest military leaders in his…
a new line of emperors established in AD 96. Five rulers that…
an Emperor of Rome who stopped the persecution of Christians…
Hannibal
The commander of the Carthaginian army during the Second Puni…
Julius Caesar
Roman General and one of the greatest military leaders in his…
14 terms
Greece/Rome/Western Civilization Unit
Socrates
Aristotle
Plato
Representative Democracy vs Direct Dem…
"Know Thyself"
A Greek Philosopher, taught Alexander the Great, started a fa…
"To express oneself badly is not only faulty so far as the la…
A government in which leaders make decisions by winning a com…
Socrates
"Know Thyself"
Aristotle
A Greek Philosopher, taught Alexander the Great, started a fa…
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6.5 Rome and Western Civilization
Roman form of Greek and Hellenistic Cu…
Where did Romans lack compared to the…
Rome art and literature came to convey
Romans created what type of sculptures
Greco-Roman Civilization
Art, Architecture, Literature, and Philosophy
Roman ideals of strength, permanence, and solidity
Realistic portraits in stone intended for public education
Roman form of Greek and Hellenistic Cu…
Greco-Roman Civilization
Where did Romans lack compared to the…
Art, Architecture, Literature, and Philosophy
Western Civilization I - Ancient Rome
The ____, a wealthy, cultured, and ___…
Before the rise of the ____, they were…
From Etruria, the art of the _________…
Soothsaying consisted of discovering t…
The __Etruscans__, a wealthy, cultured, and __maritime__ peop…
Before the rise of the __Romans__, they were the leading race…
From Etruria, the art of the ____haruspices___, or __soothsay…
Soothsaying consisted of discovering the __divine__ mind by t…
The ____, a wealthy, cultured, and ___…
The __Etruscans__, a wealthy, cultured, and __maritime__ peop…
Before the rise of the ____, they were…
Before the rise of the __Romans__, they were the leading race…
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Western civilization 2 Rome 1
Pax romana
Civic duty
Who brings civic duty back
Could Romans have other religions
Peace in rome for a set amout of time
1. Honor the gods... 2. To Rome ... 3. Family
Augustus
Yes but they had to attend the festivals ... That's why Rome and…
Pax romana
Peace in rome for a set amout of time
Civic duty
1. Honor the gods... 2. To Rome ... 3. Family
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Western Civilization Ancient Rome Test
What was the story of Horatius?
What type of land form is Italy?
What are the two mountains in Italy?
Who were the first inhabitants of Italy?
When the Etruscans were coming towards Rome across a bridge,…
Peninsula
The Alps and the Apennine Mountains
Etruscans in the north and the Greeks in the south.
What was the story of Horatius?
When the Etruscans were coming towards Rome across a bridge,…
What type of land form is Italy?
Peninsula
Western Civilization Hellenistic Age and Rome
Alexander the Great
Gordium temple
Gordian Knot
Susa
Son of Philip II, king of Macedonia who took the throne at th…
Site of the Gordian Knot
A huge complex knot located inside the Gordium temple. It was…
City in Iran captured by Alexander and his army. 60 million d…
Alexander the Great
Son of Philip II, king of Macedonia who took the throne at th…
Gordium temple
Site of the Gordian Knot
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