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Social Studies Ancient Rome Vocabulary
republic
senate
patricians
plebeians
a form of government in which people vote to elect their lead…
a group of officials who propose and pass laws
members of wealthy families
ordinary citizens
republic
a form of government in which people vote to elect their lead…
senate
a group of officials who propose and pass laws
14 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Forum
Republic
Legion
Maniple
Open area in a Roman city filled with public buildings, templ…
Form of government in which citizens have the right to vote a…
Basic unit of the Roman army, consisting of 4,500 to 5,000 he…
Unit of 60 to 120 soldiers within a Roman legion that could a…
Forum
Open area in a Roman city filled with public buildings, templ…
Republic
Form of government in which citizens have the right to vote a…
21 terms
Social studies Ancient Rome vocabulary
Romulus and remus
Julius caesar
Octavian(Augustus)
Jesus
2 brothers who fought to the death to take control of Rome
a general who was considered a dictator of Rome and was murde…
Julius Caesars grandnephew who helped Rome after caesar died
The son of god
Romulus and remus
2 brothers who fought to the death to take control of Rome
Julius caesar
a general who was considered a dictator of Rome and was murde…
Social Studies Ancient Rome Terms
Patrician
Republic
Plebeian
Consul
an aristocrat or nobleman
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
(in ancient Rome) a commoner
an official appointed by a government to live in a foreign ci…
Patrician
an aristocrat or nobleman
Republic
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
10 terms
social studies-ancient Rome vocab
republic
Punic wars
pax romano
allies
a government of elected leaders
three wars with Rome fighting Carthage to win the m. sea, Rom…
a period of peace
friends
republic
a government of elected leaders
Punic wars
three wars with Rome fighting Carthage to win the m. sea, Rom…
Social studies - Ancient Rome - Vocabulary
Founded
Devoted
Republic
Legions
To establish or create
To give one's time, effort, or attention earnestly
A form of government in which citizens elect their leaders
Large groups of Roman soldiers
Founded
To establish or create
Devoted
To give one's time, effort, or attention earnestly
18 terms
social studies ancient rome vocabulary
forum
republic
legion
maniple
an open area in a city filled with public buildings, temples,…
a government in which citizens have the right to vote or elec…
the basic unit of the roman army
a unit between 60 and 160 soldiers
forum
an open area in a city filled with public buildings, temples,…
republic
a government in which citizens have the right to vote or elec…
35 terms
7th Social Studies Ancient Rome Vocabulary
Byzantine Empire
Carthage
Colosseum
Constantinople
The name by which the eastern half of the Roman empire became…
An ancient city on the north coast of Africa. This city is fa…
A large stadium in ancient Rome where athletic events and gla…
A CITY established as the new eastern CAPITAL of the Roman em…
Byzantine Empire
The name by which the eastern half of the Roman empire became…
Carthage
An ancient city on the north coast of Africa. This city is fa…
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…
26 terms
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
6 terms
Social Studies - Ancient Rome II
Roman Expansion took over _______ years
Rome expanded its territories over the…
The __________, warlike people from th…
Rome rebuilt their city and __________…
200
Italian Peninsula, Republic
Gauls, admitting defeat, rebuild
surrounded it with a wall, army
Roman Expansion took over _______ years
200
Rome expanded its territories over the…
Italian Peninsula, Republic
37 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome-Aw
Romulus / Remus
Tarquin the Proud
Etruscan / Latin / Greek
Roman Republic
According to legend, Romulus and Remus were the first Romans
The last Etruscan king of Rome, was exiled, after this, the w…
The first three groups to inhabit the Italian Peninsula
The form of government in Rome where the power rests with the…
Romulus / Remus
According to legend, Romulus and Remus were the first Romans
Tarquin the Proud
The last Etruscan king of Rome, was exiled, after this, the w…
36 terms
Social Studies - Ancient Rome Vocab
Legend
Aeneas
Romulus
Remus
a popular story from earlier times that cannot be proved
hero of Trojan War who settled in Italy
legendary hero and founder of Rome
Romulus' twin who helped found Rome
Legend
a popular story from earlier times that cannot be proved
Aeneas
hero of Trojan War who settled in Italy
55 terms
Social studies vocab- Ancient Rome
Rome
Sicily
Alps
Apennine Mountains
the former center of both the ancient Roman Republic and of t…
An island in the Mediterranean Sea off the southwestern Tip o…
Europe's highest mountains, extending in an ore from The Medi…
A mountain range on the Italian peninsula
Rome
the former center of both the ancient Roman Republic and of t…
Sicily
An island in the Mediterranean Sea off the southwestern Tip o…
70 terms
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
22 terms
Ancient Greece/Rome Social Studies Test
democracy
aqueduct
peninsula
republic
a government in which the people have the power to make polit…
an artificial waterway designed to carry water from one place…
a piece of land surrounded by water on three sides
from of government where people elect leaders, called represe…
democracy
a government in which the people have the power to make polit…
aqueduct
an artificial waterway designed to carry water from one place…
44 terms
Social Studies Test Ancient Rome
Péninsule
Relief
Alpes
Apennins
Région ou pays entouré par la mer de tous côtés sauf un.
Élévations et dépressions de la surface terrestre (montagnes,…
Chaînes de montagnes de l'Europe centrale (France, Italie, Su…
Chaîne de montagnes qui traverse la péninsule italienne.
Péninsule
Région ou pays entouré par la mer de tous côtés sauf un.
Relief
Élévations et dépressions de la surface terrestre (montagnes,…
Social studies Fc Ancient Rome
plebian
consul
veto
dictator
an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic
an elected official who led the Roman Republic
the power of one branch of government to reject bills or prop…
a person in the ancient Roman Republic appointed to rule for…
plebian
an ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic
consul
an elected official who led the Roman Republic
33 terms
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
19 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome People
Roman Gods
Aeneas
Romulus and Remus
Virgil
Jupiter, Neptune, Mars
epic hero of the Aeneid, comes from Troy
Romulus kills Remus and names Rome after himself
writer of the Aeneid
Roman Gods
Jupiter, Neptune, Mars
Aeneas
epic hero of the Aeneid, comes from Troy
24 terms
The Ancient World- Social Studies 6-- Ancient Rome
mercenary
dictator
consul
disciple
foreign soldiers who serve only for money
a ruler for six months who came in during an emergency ... Ex. J…
one of the two officials who led the Roman Republic
a follower of a person or belief
mercenary
foreign soldiers who serve only for money
dictator
a ruler for six months who came in during an emergency ... Ex. J…
11 terms
Social studies vocab for Ancient Rome
Senate
Republic
Tribune
Gladiators
The group of 300 men elected to govern room and the Roman Rep…
It's a form of government with elected leaders
An official of the Roman Republic elected by the plebeians to…
A person trained to fight another person to the death for pub…
Senate
The group of 300 men elected to govern room and the Roman Rep…
Republic
It's a form of government with elected leaders
31 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome #2
Julius Caesar
General Marius and Sulla
Tiberius Gracchus and Gaius Gracchus's…
Mark Antony
His supporters were Mark Antony, Octavian, Aemilius Lepidus,…
Changes were beginning to take place in the character of the…
Tax money made the upper-class richer but slaves who were fro…
Caesar's closest follower and popular general was part of the…
Julius Caesar
His supporters were Mark Antony, Octavian, Aemilius Lepidus,…
General Marius and Sulla
Changes were beginning to take place in the character of the…
6th Social Studies Ancient Rome part II
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Etruscans
Pax Romana
Became more prosperous as Rome declined. This was the eastern…
The center of the Byzantine Empire. Named after Constantine.…
The northern neighbors of Rome who took control of Rome and t…
During this time (200 years ) Rome experienced prosperity and…
Byzantine Empire
Became more prosperous as Rome declined. This was the eastern…
Constantinople
The center of the Byzantine Empire. Named after Constantine.…
8 terms
Social Studies test ancient ROME
Explain Rome's government
Explain Julius Caesar's rise to power
Explain the rule of Augustus
Identify Rome's interest in architectu…
Rome's government allowed citizens to vote for the people the…
Caesar conquered Gaul for wealth and gold and then rose to po…
At first he did not want to follow the senate but then his be…
The accomplishments of Rome include the Roman Road and the Co…
Explain Rome's government
Rome's government allowed citizens to vote for the people the…
Explain Julius Caesar's rise to power
Caesar conquered Gaul for wealth and gold and then rose to po…
8 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome Test
A group of 5000 soldiers
A war between two groups of citizens
A 200 year period of peace throughout…
Large farms owned by wealthy patricians
A Legion
A Civil War
The Pax Romana
Latifundas
A group of 5000 soldiers
A Legion
A war between two groups of citizens
A Civil War
19 terms
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…
24 terms
Social studies- Ancient Rome test
Auction
Catacomb
Dictator
Disciple
Sell or offer for sale
...
...
...
Auction
Sell or offer for sale
Catacomb
...
23 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome Quiz
Schism
Republic
Consul
Plebeians
A division; parties so formed
Any body of persons viewed as a common wealth
Either of the two chief magistrates of the Roman Repuclic
Belonging or pertaining to the common people
Schism
A division; parties so formed
Republic
Any body of persons viewed as a common wealth
21 terms
Social Studies Test: Ancient Rome
Forum
Julius Caesar
Senate
Magistrates
Rome's republic meeting place
-Went crazy with power... -Worked to improve Rome's society... -Nam…
A council of wealthy and powerful Romans that advised the cit…
An elected official
Forum
Rome's republic meeting place
Julius Caesar
-Went crazy with power... -Worked to improve Rome's society... -Nam…
22 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome Test
Schism
Republic
Consul
Plebeian
A religious split over different points of view.
A type of government in which citizens who have the right to…
One of two officials who led the ancient Roman Republic
An ordinary citizen in the ancient Roman Republic
Schism
A religious split over different points of view.
Republic
A type of government in which citizens who have the right to…
18 terms
Social Studies Quiz Ancient Rome
Punic Wars
Carthage
Hannibal
Scipio
the three wars between Carthage and Rome
a ancient city that was an enemy of Rome
Carthaginian military commander who, in the Second Punic War,…
Roman general who defeated Hannibal by attacking Carthage whe…
Punic Wars
the three wars between Carthage and Rome
Carthage
a ancient city that was an enemy of Rome
8 terms
Ancient Rome// Social Studies Final
Republic
Patrician
Plebeian
Consul
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
an aristocrat or nobleman.
(in ancient Rome) a commoner.
an official appointed by a government to live in a foreign ci…
Republic
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
Patrician
an aristocrat or nobleman.
14 terms
Social Studies Test: Ancient Rome
What did the Romans borrow from the Et…
How did the Romans change the ideas fr…
What did the Romans borrow from the Gr…
How did the Romans change the ideas fr…
-Events such as slave fighting and chariot racing... -Architectu…
-They used arches to create public works such as stadiums, br…
-Romans were inspired by the beautiful, grand temples that th…
-Romans made their public buildings in the same style as Gree…
What did the Romans borrow from the Et…
-Events such as slave fighting and chariot racing... -Architectu…
How did the Romans change the ideas fr…
-They used arches to create public works such as stadiums, br…
27 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome Exam
Colosseum
Aqueducts
Villas
Circuses
a site of contests and combats between people and animals
structures that carried water over long distances
large country estates
arenas
Colosseum
a site of contests and combats between people and animals
Aqueducts
structures that carried water over long distances
22 terms
Social studies Ancient Rome and Greece
Minoan Civilization
Mycenae
Limited democracy
Direct democracy
1st Civilization
1st City state
People vote for leaders to make rules
People who vote for every rule
Minoan Civilization
1st Civilization
Mycenae
1st City state
22 terms
Ancient Rome Quiz - Social Studies
Republic
Patricians
Plebeians
Consuls
Government in which citizens choose their leaders
Powerful upper class citizens of Ancient Rome
Poor lower class citizens of Ancient Rome
2 heads of Roman republic who were chosen yearly
Republic
Government in which citizens choose their leaders
Patricians
Powerful upper class citizens of Ancient Rome
24 terms
Social studies Ancient Rome test
What do aqueducts carry? From where to…
what religious ideas did the Romans ta…
Describe the three events that enabled…
describe the Pax Romana
Water, towns, cities and public baths
Rituals from the Etruscans and gods from the Greeks
civil war, struggle for power, Augustus/Octavian defeated his…
The 200 year time period of peace and stability
What do aqueducts carry? From where to…
Water, towns, cities and public baths
what religious ideas did the Romans ta…
Rituals from the Etruscans and gods from the Greeks
90 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome Test
Marius and Sulla= what happened in 107…
Who did Hannibal defeat?
STUDY THE:
What did Caesar do for the poor?
Romans NEEDED more troops to join so Marius encourages the po…
Defeated troops at Zama and almost defeated the Romans.
Government Structure slide
Gave bread, money, oil, jobs, and threw a party, lowered taxes.
Marius and Sulla= what happened in 107…
Romans NEEDED more troops to join so Marius encourages the po…
Who did Hannibal defeat?
Defeated troops at Zama and almost defeated the Romans.
Social Studies - Ancient Rome Test
Etruscans
republic
patrician
consul
a people who inhabited early Italy
system of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
member of the land-holding upper class
official from the patrician class who supervised the government
Etruscans
a people who inhabited early Italy
republic
system of government in which officials are chosen by the peo…
Social Studies Final (Ancient Rome)
What is the story of the founding of R…
What is a republic?
What is a senate?
Who made the decision in the government?
Romulus and Remus legend- Remus and Romulus were twins who we…
Where citizens can select their own leaders.
Makes laws, has 300 people.
Consuls.
What is the story of the founding of R…
Romulus and Remus legend- Remus and Romulus were twins who we…
What is a republic?
Where citizens can select their own leaders.
15 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome Pop Quiz
Patricians
Plebeians
Republic
Senate
A member of the upper ruling class
Common people, poorer than the patricians
A form of government in which the leaders are elected to repr…
A group of 300 men to govern Rome
Patricians
A member of the upper ruling class
Plebeians
Common people, poorer than the patricians
6th Social Studies/Ancient Rome Part 1
Augustus
Caligula
Claudius
Diocletian
First emperor of Rome. He was a good emperor who set up the f…
An evil emperor who was unstable. He tried to make his horse…
He returned artwork stolen by earlier emperor
He divided the Roman Empire into smaller parts so it would be…
Augustus
First emperor of Rome. He was a good emperor who set up the f…
Caligula
An evil emperor who was unstable. He tried to make his horse…
Social Studies Quest - Ancient Rome:)
good for growing crops
a public square in ancient Roman cities
a form of government in which citizens…
one of two chief officials who held of…
arable
forum
republic
consul
good for growing crops
arable
a public square in ancient Roman cities
forum
55 terms
Social Studies: Ancient Rome 3
what was in the center of the roman em…
how many people lived in the early yea…
what were some problems in rome
what conclusions can be drawn about ro…
forum
one million
too little housing, high unemployment, high crime rates, high…
the roman education was strict, only very few males got to le…
what was in the center of the roman em…
forum
how many people lived in the early yea…
one million
36 terms
Social Studies: Ancient Greece and Rome
democracy
monarchy
oligarchy
consul
A government in which power is held by the people
A government in which power is usually held by one ruler, usu…
A government in which power is held by a few individuals
One of two top officials in the Roman republic; a one year te…
democracy
A government in which power is held by the people
monarchy
A government in which power is usually held by one ruler, usu…
47 terms
Chapter 10 Ancient Rome - 6th grade Social Studies
auction
caesar
catacomb
consul
...
...
...
...
auction
...
caesar
...
10 terms
Social Studies - Ancient Rome Vocab
republic
consul
veto
dictator
a form of government in which people elect leaders, called re…
heads of state and leaders of the military
to reject a decision or proposal made by a law-making body
leader that had complete power over the government/country
republic
a form of government in which people elect leaders, called re…
consul
heads of state and leaders of the military
38 terms
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
15 terms
Social Studies Ancient Rome VOCAB
provinces
Cicero
disciples
pax romana
outside of Italy. controlled by Rome
philosepher. advocated roman power in the senate
12 people. followed jesus
roman peace
provinces
outside of Italy. controlled by Rome
Cicero
philosepher. advocated roman power in the senate
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