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Ancient Rome Chapter 7 The Geography of Ancient Rome Lesson 1
Rome City in Italy
Sicily Nearby Island in Mediterranean Sea
Alps Mountain range in northern Italy
Apennines Mountain range that extends the length of Italy
Basin An area of land drained by a river & its tributaries
Gaul Estuscans migrated from Gaul (modern day France)
Ancient Rome Chapter 7 The Roman Republic Lesson 2
Republic A government in which citizens have the right to choose their leaders – Voting Coin
Senate Roman lawmaking council
Consuls Senators who share power equally over all of Rome
Patricians Members of rich powerful families
Plebians Roman farmers, artisans & merchants
Tribunes Officials elected to protect plebian interests
Twelve Tables Foundation of Roman Law
Carthage Additional center of power around the Mediterranean. Rome (red) and Carthage (purple) before the Punic Wars
Hannibal Carthage leader in war with Rome
Scipio Roman General
Zama Battle where Scipio defeated Hannibal
Ancient Rome Chapter 7 The Roman Empire Lesson 3
Territories Large areas of land
Julius Caesar Famous Roman leader
Cleopatra Egypt’s 21 year old Queen
Dictator Ruler who has absolute power & authority
Ides of March March 15 attack on Caesar
Civil War People in one country fight each other
Octavian Julius Caesar’s nephew – Winner of revolution
Pax Romana Roman Peace(lasted 200 years)
Ancient Rome Chapter 7 The Legacy of Ancient Rome Lesson 4
Arcitecture Science of building
Colosseum Roman sports arena
Gladiators People who fought animals in the Colosseum
Forum Roman Central Marketplace
Aqueducts Roman stone structures that carried water
Romance Languages Latin Based languages
Virgil Great Roman poet
Ancient Rome Chapter 7 The Birth of Christianity Lesson 5
Palestine The land of ancient Hebrews
Bethlehem City in which Jesus was born
New Testament Tells the story of Jesus
Christianity Religion based on Jesus
Nazareth Town where Jesus grew up
Apostles 12 closest followers of Jesus
Paul Apostle who was very successful at spreading the teachings of Jesus
Peter Apostle leader brought the message of Christianity to the Roman Empire
Bishop A church official who leads a large group of Catholics
Pope Leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Bishop of Rome
Constantine Roman General who became emperor of Rome. Favored Catholics
Chapter 4, Section 1 Classical Greece and Rome
Rome Ch. 6.
Rise of Rome 2 mountain ranges Apennines mountains run down the middle of the country but don’t divide the country like Greece. Alps provide protection.
Ancient Rome. Tiber River A river In Italy Italian Peninsula An arm of land surrounded by the Mediterranean, Tyrrhenian, and Adriatic seas – the country.
Ancient Rome World Studies.
Rome’s Beginnings Roman Republic Roman Emperors Wild Card
Ancient Rome The Making of an Empire Geography of Rome Located on the peninsula which today is Italy – das boot Surrounded by 3 seas- Mediterranean.
Roman Republic/Empire. Advantage’s of Rome’s location? Peninsula Midpoint of Mediterranean Sea Vast rich farmland.
The Ancient Rome Version!
THE ROMAN REPUBLIC UNIT 2 – GREECE AND ROME LECTURE 4.
Jeopardy Geography and Social Stuff EARLY WARS Engineering & Literature Christianity Imperial Rome Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q.
Jeopardy The Rise of Rome Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200
Ancient Rome Review. Livy, Paganism, Nero, Mark Antony, Hadrian 1.) He was a famous Roman historian. 2.) This Roman Emperor built a large wall to keep.
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.
The Geography of Rome The Mythical Founding of Rome: Romulus & Remus.
The Roman Republic.
1. Alps form a wall to the north (barrier) 2. Peninsula 3. Traded with Greece, Egypt, and others a. influenced by a variety of cultures.
Aim: What do we know about the Romans? Do Now: Review your notes and worksheet review sheet before we play Jeopardy!!!
Gov.MilitaryRandom Architecture and Tech. Emperors
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