Key
Important
People
Early
Rome
The
Roman
Empire
Potpourri
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100
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100
100
200
200
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300
300
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300
400
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400
Vocabulary
The
Republic
Legacies
100
100
100
100
200
200
300
400
Christianity
An open area in a city
filled with public buildings,
temples, and markets
forum
100
The top officials of the
Roman republic
consuls
100
These large concrete
channels brought fresh water
to Roman cities
aqueducts
100
A person willing to die for
his/her beliefs.
martyr
100
He took control of Rome but
was assassinated by the
Senate on the Ides of March
Julius Caesar
100
The first form of
government
Monarchy
100
He was the first emperor
Augustus or Octavian
100
A system of rules by
which a government is
organized
constitution
200
The most powerful part of
the Republic.
Senate
200
This early set of laws served
as a model for later law
codes
The Twelve Tables
200
The two parts of the Christian
bible
Old Testament and
New Testament
200
This brilliant general led
Carthage in the Punic Wars
Hannibal
200
These geographic features
made Rome’s location
perfect
Seven Hills and Tiber
River
200
Octavian defeated them for
control of the Empire.
Anthony and Cleopatra
200
If you are wealthy and
own land you are in this
class
patrician
300
A main idea of the
Republic system of
government
A separation of power is
important
300
Latin was the foundation of
these types of languages.
Romance
300
The two apostles most
responsible for the spread of
Christianity
Peter and Paul
300
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He reformed the Roman army by
making it larger - allowing poor
citizens to join
Marius
300
The earlier advanced
cultures that most
influenced Rome
Greek and Etruscan
300
The stadiums that hold the
gladiator games and chariot
races
Colloseum and Circus
Maximus
300
A poem humorously
mocking our President would
be an example of this
Satire
400
The three branches of the
Republic
Assembly, senate,
magistrates
400
Rome’s three most important
practical achievements
Roads, concrete,
aqueducts
400
The first Roman emperor to
accept Christianity
Constantine
400
The three generals that waged civil
wars that led to the end of the
Republic
Sulls, Pompey and Julius
Caesar
400
The Roman army used these two
advantages to conquer neighboring
people
New fighting formations and
superior weapons
400
After the fall of the western
empire, this one began
Byzantine Empire
400
A long period of peace
and prosperity in Roman
history
Pax Romana
100
The belief that the law
should be equally applied
to all citizens
Rule of Law
200
The Roman emperors used
these to keep the people’s
mind off of their difficult lives.
Gladiator games and
chariot races
300
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wager?
The three factors that most caused
the decline of the Roman Empire
Economic problems, civil
wars, and foreign
invasions
400
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