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Ancient Rome Vocabulary 6th Grade Social Studies
Architecture
Aqueduct
Coliseum
Consul
The science of building.
A large stone structure built to carry water from one place t…
A large sports arena in Ancient Rome.
One of two people elected by Roman Senate who govern Rome and…
Architecture
The science of building.
Aqueduct
A large stone structure built to carry water from one place t…
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3rd grade Social Studies Ancient Greece / Rome
contribution
characteristics
ancient
architecture
the act of giving or doing something
different traits
very old
the art of designing buildings... Greece had columns and the Pa…
contribution
the act of giving or doing something
characteristics
different traits
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Ancient Rome: 6th grade Social Studies
Ancient Rome
Plebeian
Patrician
Republic
They were farmers, trades people, and craftworkers
They were members of Rome's noble families
A type of government in which the citizens choose their leaders
Ancient Rome
Plebeian
They were farmers, trades people, and craftworkers
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Ancient Rome: 6th grade Social Studies
Ancient Rome
Plebeian
Patrician
Republic
They were farmers, trades people, and craftworkers
They were members of Rome's noble families
A type of government in which the citizens choose their leaders
Ancient Rome
Plebeian
They were farmers, trades people, and craftworkers
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Grade 6 Social Studies Ancient Rome
consul
gladiator
republic
patricians
one of two chief leaders in the Roman republic
person trained to fight another person to the death for publi…
a form of government with elected leaders
rich, high class men that thad the power in the early republic
consul
one of two chief leaders in the Roman republic
gladiator
person trained to fight another person to the death for publi…
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Ancient Rome. (Social Studies)
Patrician
Plebeian
Senate
Consul
In the Roman Republic, a member of the upper, ruling class.
In the Roman Republic, one of the common people.
A group of 300 men elected to govern Rome.
One of two chief leaders in rome. They Shared command of the…
Patrician
In the Roman Republic, a member of the upper, ruling class.
Plebeian
In the Roman Republic, one of the common people.
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grade 6 - social studies - Ancient rome
republic
triumvirate
consuls
tribunes
a form of government that allows citizens to choose a represe…
a group of three people who rule with equal power
heads of the ancient Roman Republic
Roman officials elected to protect the lower class
republic
a form of government that allows citizens to choose a represe…
triumvirate
a group of three people who rule with equal power
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Social Studies 7th grade 'Life in Ancient Rome'
The had the same gods, (technically, j…
The Roman spoke Latin while the Greeks…
'Roman Peace', A long era of peace and…
Augustus was the first Roman Emperor w…
What do Rome and Greece have in common?
What were the differences of the Roman culture and the Greek…
Define Pax Ramona.
Who was Augustus?
The had the same gods, (technically, j…
What do Rome and Greece have in common?
The Roman spoke Latin while the Greeks…
What were the differences of the Roman culture and the Greek…
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Ancient Rome study guide - 5th grade
Augustus
Caligula
Constantine
Etruscans
ruler of the Roman Empire between 27 BC/BCE and 14 AD/CE; his…
a cruel Roman emperor between 37-41 AD/CE who declared himsel…
Roman emperor between 313-337 AC/CE who became a Christian an…
Rulers over much of northern and central Italy before Rome be…
Augustus
ruler of the Roman Empire between 27 BC/BCE and 14 AD/CE; his…
Caligula
a cruel Roman emperor between 37-41 AD/CE who declared himsel…
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5th Grade Social Studies Ancient Native Peoples
tradition
adobe
How did life change for people once th…
barter
a way of life or an idea handed down from the past
a brick or building material made of sun-dried earth and straw
People in the Americas began planting seeds and growing crops…
to exchange goods with other people
tradition
a way of life or an idea handed down from the past
adobe
a brick or building material made of sun-dried earth and straw
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7TH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES ANCIENT ROME REVIEW
republic
patrician
plebian
consul
a type of government in which citizens select their leaders
a member of a wealthy family in the ancient Roman Republic
an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic
an elected official who led the Roman Republic
republic
a type of government in which citizens select their leaders
patrician
a member of a wealthy family in the ancient Roman Republic
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Ancient Rome. (Social Studies)
Civilization
Rome
Etruscan
Cuniculus
A society marked by developed arts, sciences, government, soc…
The capital city of the Roman Civilization, founded about 700…
An ancient inhabitant of Etruria, a land in north and central…
An underground irrigation system invented by the Etruscans.
Civilization
A society marked by developed arts, sciences, government, soc…
Rome
The capital city of the Roman Civilization, founded about 700…
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Social Studies: Ancient Rome, Grade 6
aqueduct
patrician
plebeians
republic
A raised channel used to carry water from mountains into cities
wealthiest most powerful roman citizens
Farmers and workers who made up most of the Roman Population
A form of government where the citizens have the right to vote
aqueduct
A raised channel used to carry water from mountains into cities
patrician
wealthiest most powerful roman citizens
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Ancient Rome, Grade 8 Social Studies
Slaves
Plebeians
Tribunes
Patricians
1st part of Republic government diagram
2nd part of Republic government diagram
3rd part of Republic government diagram (on the right)
4th part of Republic government diagram
Slaves
1st part of Republic government diagram
Plebeians
2nd part of Republic government diagram
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Ancient Rome - OLGC 6th Grade Social Studies
What lands were part of Imperial Rome…
What country does not belong with Gaul…
Describe the achievements of PAX Roman…
Describe Roman engineering.
Most of the Mediterranean World, including:... Italy... Gaul (to Rh…
India, because it was never conquered by Rome
200 years of peace... Empire grew and reached its' greatest exte…
Engineers were practical... CONCRETE allowed new designs... ROADS s…
What lands were part of Imperial Rome…
Most of the Mediterranean World, including:... Italy... Gaul (to Rh…
What country does not belong with Gaul…
India, because it was never conquered by Rome
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Social Studies Final Ancient Rome Grade 6
Tiber River
Italian Peninsula
Rome
Colosseum
a river in Italy
an arm of land surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, Tyrrhenia…
a city near the middle of the western coast of Italy
a famous Roman arena
Tiber River
a river in Italy
Italian Peninsula
an arm of land surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, Tyrrhenia…
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Social Studies-Ancient Rome
patricians
plebians
Punic Wars
Julius Caesar
Members of Rome's noble families.
men who farmed, traded, and made things for a living. Most Ro…
A series of conflicts between Rome and Carthage, ending in a…
Dictator of Rome. Killed on March 15th (Ides of March)
patricians
Members of Rome's noble families.
plebians
men who farmed, traded, and made things for a living. Most Ro…
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Social Studies: Ancient Rome
Etruscans
Wolf
Plebians
Punic Wars
___________conquered Latium, the region of Italy that include…
According to Roman legend, a female ________ rescued Romulus…
The _______ included farmers, shopkeepers, and the poor.
The _______________ were between Rome and Carthage as they fo…
Etruscans
___________conquered Latium, the region of Italy that include…
Wolf
According to Roman legend, a female ________ rescued Romulus…
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6th grade Social Studies:Ancient Rome Chapter 9 test
Constantine
Constantinople
Augustus Caesar
Julius Caesar
The Roman ruler who reunited the Roman Empire
City founded as the second capital of the Roman Empire
The Roman ruler who began the "Pax Romana".
The Roman general who later became the republic's dictator (h…
Constantine
The Roman ruler who reunited the Roman Empire
Constantinople
City founded as the second capital of the Roman Empire
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6th grade Social Studies:Ancient Rome test
Constantine
Constantinople
Augustus Caesar
Julius Caesar
The Roman ruler who reunited the Roman Empire
City founded as the second capital of the Roman Empire
The Roman ruler who began the "Pax Romana".
The Roman general who later became the republic's dictator (h…
Constantine
The Roman ruler who reunited the Roman Empire
Constantinople
City founded as the second capital of the Roman Empire
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Ancient Rome, Grade 8 Social Studies
Slaves
Plebeians
Tribunes
Patricians
1st part of Republic government diagram
2nd part of Republic government diagram
3rd part of Republic government diagram (on the right)
4th part of Republic government diagram
Slaves
1st part of Republic government diagram
Plebeians
2nd part of Republic government diagram
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Ancient Civilization Rome - Social Studies 6th grade
According to legend, Rome was started…
Who killed his brother so that he coul…
What was the name of the group of peop…
What happened to the Etruscans in Rome…
Remus and Romulus
Romulus
Etruscans
The king was overthrown by nobles, who created a new form of…
According to legend, Rome was started…
Remus and Romulus
Who killed his brother so that he coul…
Romulus
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Chapter 10 Ancient Rome - 6th grade Social Studies
auction
caesar
catacomb
consul
...
...
...
...
auction
...
caesar
...
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Social Studies 7th grade 'Life in Ancient Rome'
The had the same gods, (technically, j…
The Roman spoke Latin while the Greeks…
'Roman Peace', A long era of peace and…
Augustus was the first Roman Emperor w…
What do Rome and Greece have in common?
What were the differences of the Roman culture and the Greek…
Define Pax Ramona.
Who was Augustus?
The had the same gods, (technically, j…
What do Rome and Greece have in common?
The Roman spoke Latin while the Greeks…
What were the differences of the Roman culture and the Greek…
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Ancient Rome Social Studies 6th Grade By:Dom
Plebeian
Patrician
Republic
Representative
A common farmer, trader, or craft-worker in ancient Rome.
A member of the noble families who controlled all power in th…
A form of government in which citizens elect representatives…
A person who is elected to speak or act for citizens.
Plebeian
A common farmer, trader, or craft-worker in ancient Rome.
Patrician
A member of the noble families who controlled all power in th…
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Social Studies Ancient Rome: Grade 7
Romulus and Remus
Julius Caesar
Octavian (Augustus)
Jesus
Twins who fought over the rights to rule Rome.
A Roman general.
Julius Caesar's grandnephew.
Founder of Christianity.
Romulus and Remus
Twins who fought over the rights to rule Rome.
Julius Caesar
A Roman general.
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7th grade Social Studies Ancient Rome Review
Etruscans
Aeneas
Mediterranean
plains
Who did the Romans overthrow in 509 B.C. to control Rome?
According to legend, what Trojan War hero settles in Italy?
What sea allowed Roman ships to sail to other places to trade?
Italy's large _____________ made farming easier than in Greece.
Etruscans
Who did the Romans overthrow in 509 B.C. to control Rome?
Aeneas
According to legend, what Trojan War hero settles in Italy?
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Ancient Rome SOCIAL STUDIES
republic
Patrician
Plebeians
Consuls
a government in which the leaders are voted into office
member of Romes powerful families
poor farmers or shopkeepers of ancient Rome
the elected leaders of Rome
republic
a government in which the leaders are voted into office
Patrician
member of Romes powerful families
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social studies ancient rome
cincinnatus
hannibal
scipio
patrician
Roman statesman regarded as a model of simple virtue he twice…
general who commanded the Carthaginian army in the second Pun…
A Roman cognomen representing the Cornelii Scipiones, a branc…
An aristocrat or nobleman. ... In the early years of the Republ…
cincinnatus
Roman statesman regarded as a model of simple virtue he twice…
hannibal
general who commanded the Carthaginian army in the second Pun…
Social Studies: Ancient Rome
Republic
Patrician
Plebeian
Twelve Tables
A nation in which power belongs to the citizens who govern th…
A member of wealthy,landowning family in Ancient Rome.
The group of common people or peasants in Rome.
Ancient Rome's first written code of laws.
Republic
A nation in which power belongs to the citizens who govern th…
Patrician
A member of wealthy,landowning family in Ancient Rome.
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social studies: ancient Rome
aqueducts
plebeians
patricians
consul
...
...
...
...
aqueducts
...
plebeians
...
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5th grade Social Studies
Colonias de Nueva Inglaterra
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies
Proprietary colonies... New York, North C…
en gran medida las comunidades agrícolas y pesqueras... Colonia…
part agriculture, part industrial... New York, New Jersey, Penns…
mostly agriculture... Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina,South C…
meant to make money for the stockholder( person who owned the…
Colonias de Nueva Inglaterra
en gran medida las comunidades agrícolas y pesqueras... Colonia…
Middle Colonies
part agriculture, part industrial... New York, New Jersey, Penns…
Social Studies- Ancient Rome
Republic
dictator
senate
Patricians
a form of government lead by elected officials
someone who rules with absolute power
The oldest and almost powerful branch of the republic. It was…
noble families of Rome (rich land owners))
Republic
a form of government lead by elected officials
dictator
someone who rules with absolute power
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Social Studies-- Ancient Rome
Italian
900's BC
Etruscans
Republic
On which peninsula is Rome located on?
When did people first settle in Rome?
Which mysterious people conquered the Romans around 600 BC?
What was the form of government established by the Romans aft…
Italian
On which peninsula is Rome located on?
900's BC
When did people first settle in Rome?
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5th grade social studies Ancient Egyptian test
nile
source
mouth
delta
the water source
the main supply of something ... where the majority of the objec…
the beginning of the river
where the river enters the ocean sea or lake
nile
the water source
source
the main supply of something ... where the majority of the objec…
Social Studies Ancient Rome
Reason for Rome's Fall
Criteria for Public Works
Checks and Balances
Interdependence
1. Foreign invaders attacking the Roman Empire including the…
1. Must be a building... 2. Must be open to the public.... 3. Must…
To make sure no branch of power has more than another, each b…
For two or more groups of people to become dependent on each…
Reason for Rome's Fall
1. Foreign invaders attacking the Roman Empire including the…
Criteria for Public Works
1. Must be a building... 2. Must be open to the public.... 3. Must…
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Ancient Rome Social Studies
Roads
Public Works
Poetry and Literature
Arches and Domes
It made it easier to travel to one place to another and the s…
The main public works were the Coliseum, temples, and Amphith…
They had many themes for writing in this style.
Domes and arches were used in palaces, temples, and many othe…
Roads
It made it easier to travel to one place to another and the s…
Public Works
The main public works were the Coliseum, temples, and Amphith…
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Sixth Grade - Social Studies::Ancient Rome
Aqueduct
Concrete
Greco-Roman
Deify
A channel that moves water over a long distance
A building material made by mixing small stones and sand with…
Something that combines elements of Greek and Roman culture a…
To officially declare a person to be a god
Aqueduct
A channel that moves water over a long distance
Concrete
A building material made by mixing small stones and sand with…
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Social Studies 5th Grade
latitude
longitude
migrated
environments
Distance north or south of the equator measured in degrees
Distance east or west of the prime meridian measured in degrees
moved from one place to another
Climates and landscapes that surround living things
latitude
Distance north or south of the equator measured in degrees
longitude
Distance east or west of the prime meridian measured in degrees
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Social Studies ancient rome
Civil war
tyranny
Pax Romana
alien
an armed conflict between groups within the same country
A leader who turns greedy and evil
a period of roman peace
of or coming from another country
Civil war
an armed conflict between groups within the same country
tyranny
A leader who turns greedy and evil
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Social Studies: Ancient Rome
Augustus
Tiberius and Claudius
Caligula and Nero
Vespasian
- made a unit of 9,000 soldiers to protect the borders of Rom…
- governed effectively
- proved to be cruel rulers.
- he treated harshly anyone who opposed Roman rule ... - began t…
Augustus
- made a unit of 9,000 soldiers to protect the borders of Rom…
Tiberius and Claudius
- governed effectively
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Social studies ancient Rome
forum
amphitheatre
aqueduct
census
a place, meeting, or medium where ideas and viewers on a part…
a round or oval building used for events
an artificial channel for conveying water
an official count or survey of population
forum
a place, meeting, or medium where ideas and viewers on a part…
amphitheatre
a round or oval building used for events
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Social Studies 5th Grade
latitude
longitude
migrated
environments
Distance north or south of the equator measured in degrees
Distance east or west of the prime meridian measured in degrees
moved from one place to another
Climates and landscapes that surround living things
latitude
Distance north or south of the equator measured in degrees
longitude
Distance east or west of the prime meridian measured in degrees
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6th Grade Social Studies - Ancient Rome
Two cultures that influenced ancient R…
The sea that connected the Estruscans…
This Etruscan sport became popular in…
Professionally trained Roman fighters…
Greece and Etruscans
Mediterranean Sea
Chariot Racing
Gladiators
Two cultures that influenced ancient R…
Greece and Etruscans
The sea that connected the Estruscans…
Mediterranean Sea
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Social Studies: Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Peninsula
Temperate Climate
Latin
Patricians
Areas of land that are surrounded by water on three sides.
One of mild temperatures with lots of precipitation.
The official language of Ancient Rome.
Class of people made up mostly of wealthy landowners and busi…
Peninsula
Areas of land that are surrounded by water on three sides.
Temperate Climate
One of mild temperatures with lots of precipitation.
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Social studies Ancient rome
Adriatic, Ionian, Tyrrhenian
Tiber and Po
Alps and Apennines
Rome
Seas
Rivers
Mountains
City
Adriatic, Ionian, Tyrrhenian
Seas
Tiber and Po
Rivers
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5th grade Social Studies
liberty
patriotism
ideals
constitution
having freedom in a country
love of your country
perfect, best ideas, excellent way to be in the world
a paper that lists the rules and laws of the government
liberty
having freedom in a country
patriotism
love of your country
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Ancient Rome Test (8th Grade Social Studies)
Diocletian
Vandals
Visigoths
Life of Wealthy Roman
Became emperor in AD 284... Introduced Reforms - Political chang…
Germanic group... Attacked Roman lands in Spain and northern Afr…
Germanic tribe... Asked the Roman government for protection... Prom…
Home - Big, open space... Place for public gatherings... Had marble…
Diocletian
Became emperor in AD 284... Introduced Reforms - Political chang…
Vandals
Germanic group... Attacked Roman lands in Spain and northern Afr…
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Social studies Ancient Rome
Augustus
Vespasian
Tiberius
Claudius
First emperor of Rome ... Built the pantheon
Started to build the Flavian amphitheater known as the colise…
His mother divorced Nero to marry Augustus
Expanded the empire with Thrace ... Built up empire by repairing…
Augustus
First emperor of Rome ... Built the pantheon
Vespasian
Started to build the Flavian amphitheater known as the colise…
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Social Studies Ancient Rome
what river was rome built along?
why were the etruscans important to ea…
the origin of the ancient city of rome…
how was the roman government different…
tiber river
-they were the most powerful when rome was founded... -had an ad…
a legend about two boys named remus and romulus
-patricians were more unfair to the plebeians... -laws favored t…
what river was rome built along?
tiber river
why were the etruscans important to ea…
-they were the most powerful when rome was founded... -had an ad…
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