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Rome Ch. 6
Republic A form of government in which power rests with citizens who have the right to vote for their leaders.
Senate The aristocratic branch of Rome’s government which had both legislative and administrative functions.
Julius Caesar A Roman military leader who became a popular absolute ruler and instituted reforms.
Augustus Unchallenged ruler, known as the “exalted one” who stabilized Rome’s frontier and set up a civil service
Jesus Carpenter and preacher born in Bethlehem (about 6 to 4 B.C.) whose teachings led to a new religion.
Constantine The Roman emperor who credited a battle victory to help from the Christian god; he ended the persecution of the Christians.
A drastic drop in the value of money accompanied by a rise in prices.Inflation A drastic drop in the value of money accompanied by a rise in prices.
Greco-Roman Culture A culture that mixed elements of Greek, Hellenistic and Roman culture: often called classical civilization.
Patricians In the early Roman republic, the group of wealthy landowners who inherited most of the power.
Plebeians Common farmers, artisans, and merchants, who were the majority of the population in the Roman republic.
Legion Large military unit in the Roman army that was made up of about 5,000 foot soldiers supported by a calvary.
A series of wars between Rome and Carthage between 264 and 146 B.C.Punic Wars A series of wars between Rome and Carthage between 264 and 146 B.C.
Hannibal A brilliant strategist he led his army and 60 elephants across the Alps to avenge Carthage’s first defeat by Rome.
A group of 3 rulers for 10 years Julius Caesar was part of one.Triumvirate A group of 3 rulers for 10 years Julius Caesar was part of one.
Pax Romana The period of peace and prosperity in Rome that began in 27 B.C. and lasted for 207 years.
Diaspora The exile of the Jews that began in A.D. 70 after Jerusalem fell to the Romans and the Jewish temple was destroyed.
Mercenary A foreign soldier who will fight for money; in Rome, such a soldier felt little loyalty to the empire.
Constantinople Originally called Byzantium, the city in the East that became the new capital of the Roman Empire in A.D. 330.
Virgil A poet who wrote the most famous epic Latin poem, the Aeneid in praise of Rome and Roman virtues.
Aqueduct A structure designed by the Romans to bring water to cities and towns; it used arches to span rivers.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Round 1Round 2 Final Jeopardy.
CHAPTER 6 CROSSWORD PUZZLE REVIEW. 2. The common farmers, artisans and merchants who made up the majority of the population PLEBEIANS 7. The gap.
Roman Vocabulary Christianity – Monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus codification of law – Writing laws down so all people were.
SOL Rome Review. Mediterranean Sea Geographically Rome is on a peninsula in the center of which body of water?
Roman Beginnings Legend says that Rome was founded by twin bothers Remus and Romulus Legend says the twins were raised by a wolf. The twins founded Rome.
ANCIENT ROME. EARLY ROMANS Latins, Greeks, Estruscans Latins settled Greeks organized Estruscans left culture (writing, architecture)
Ancient Rome World Studies.
BM3 Q3 Review. Standards 6.62—Explain the rise of the Roman Republic and the role of Mythical and historical figures in Roman History, including Romulus.
Review Flashcards - Rome SOL – GOAL 6a – 6j Mr. Byrd.
Chapter 5. Chapter 6, Section 1 Latin phrase means “public affairs”. Form of government established in Rome to replace tyrant king. Power rests.
WORLD HISTORY REVIEW Short Answer. Short Answer Questions Why did the Roman Empire Decline? Four Points Inflation Soil Depletion Military less discipline.
Rome. The Roman Republic Governing Rome Form a Republic: citizens vote for leaders Patricians: Wealthy landowners (most power) Plebeians: Common Farmer.
Chapter 6: Ancient Rome 500 BCE-500 CE
Vocab. Republic: a form of government in which power is in the hands of representatives and leaders are elected by citizens who have the right to vote.
Built on a nearly perfect location for trade and resources. Settled by a group called the Latins who interacted closely with Greece (culture influence)
ROME The Republic The Empire. The Origins of Rome 3 founding groups 3 founding groups Latin shepherds Latin shepherds Greek colonies Greek colonies Etruscan.
I. Rome’s Beginnings A) How did Rome begin? 1) Legend of Romulus & Remus 2) The Aeneid by Virgil B) Birth of a Republic -Republic= ruler is put in power.
THIS IS JEOPARDY! World History Rome JEOPARDY! Section 6.1 Section 6.2 Section 6.3 Section 6.4 Section 6.5 PeoplePlaces $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Chapter 5 The Roman Republic And The Roman Empire.
Unit 3 Ancient Rome Part I: The Romans Create a Republic.
ROMAN CIVILIZATION. In addition to Greece, a significant classical civilization was ancient Rome Its history from 500 B.C A.D is known as the Classical.
Rome: Republic SSWH3: The student will examine the political, philosophical, and cultural interaction of classical Mediterranean societies from 700BCE.
Unit 5 Part I Learning Targets- Roman Republic LT 5.1 – I can identify and describe the geographic influences on Rome’s economic, social and political.
ROME Tomlin 1.
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Gov.MilitaryRandom Architecture and Tech. Emperors
Roman Beginnings through the Pax Romana. Roman Beginnings… Rome started in the Tiber River Valley around 2000BC. Rome is located on the Italian Peninsula.
Legend has it that Rome was founded by twin brothers ROMULUS and REMUS, the wolf-boys! Between 600 and 509 B.C., Rome was ruled by 7 different kings.
Jeopardy Early Rome Roman Accomplishments Christianity Rome Meets Byzantine Islam, Africa, and Mongols Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
A Brief History of Rome. Rome, Geographically Latins, Etruscans Latins, Etruscans Tiber River Tiber River Greek colonies Greek colonies 509 BC—founding.
Ancient Rome Chapter 7 The Geography of Ancient Rome Lesson 1.
Ancient Rome Notes for Fall Semester Exam. Roman Terms Legion- basic unit of the Roman army. Heresy- belief contrary to official church teachings.
Roman History Rome was founded in 753 BC – By a river, close to the sea, middle of Italian peninsula By 500 BC, they formed a Republic – Citizens (free-born.
BA 1/15 Why did Alexander reject the peace offer from Darius III? Alexander’s final battle with Darius III was which battle? (present day Iraq) Name.
Rome: Located in the center of the Italian peninsula Helped Romans expand in Italy and beyond Romans settled along the Tiber River.
E. Napp Moving Toward Empire In this lesson, students will be able to identify various factors which led to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise.
Chapter 4, Section 1 Classical Greece and Rome
A form of government in which the people choose some of the officials
Section 2-Main Idea The BIG Idea Order and Security The Romans created a large and successful empire that spread Greco-Roman culture and later Christianity.
Rome – Growth of an Empire
Ancient Rome Study Guide Answers. 1.Julius Caesar 2.Octavian; he took the name Augustus 3.Pompeii and Herculaneum 4.Carthage 5.Constantine 6.Spartacus.
The Roman Republic & Empire Ch.1.2. Roman Beginnings Romans (like the Greeks) Indo-European people w/ ancestry from the Latin’s Romans (like the Greeks)
The Romans Ch 1.2. Etruscans ruled over Rome - monarchy for each city-state 509 B.C. Romans drove out Etruscans and established REPUBLIC or “thing of.
Key Vocabulary The Republic Legacies Christianity Important People Early Rome The Roman Empire Potpourri
4 pt 6 pt 8 pt 10 pt Category Final 2 pt Christianity Final Jeopardy.
Ancient Rome. The Roman Republic ( B.C.E) Rome initially was a Republic-people vote for their leaders The Republic expanded over time Its geographic.
Roman Empire. Decline of the Roman Republic Main causes for the decline of the republic Spread of slavery in agriculture Migration and unemployment of.
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