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Ancient Rome 11/22

Rome's first form of government was _______. There were 7 _______ before patricians took over and established a republic. monarchy, monarch
Great Roman advancements including _______ to move water from mountains and well-built _____ helped Rome to grow and advance aqueducts, roads
During the Roman Republic, in an extreme crisis, a _______ could be chosen to rule for 6 months dictator
During the Roman Republic, Rome fought Carthage. These wars were called The _____ Wars Punic
Once Rome conquered a new province, its important citizens could become Roman citizens. To show they were Roman citizens, these new citizens had to... Wear Roman clothing and adopt a Roman name; pay taxes
Military victories near the end of the Republic made Roman army generals strong and the Senate was unpopular. The popular _______ _______ took power as a dictator in 46 BC, but was murdered by members of the ______ in 44 BC because he took too much power. Julius Caesar, Senate
The 1st official emperor and nephew/adopted son of Julius Caesar was called Octavian, but his name changed to _______ when he became emperor. Augustus
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