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Chapter 32- Vocab

6th Grade History Alive! Chapter 32 Vocabulary

Rome (p. 309) Rome is located in Italy. Italy is shaped like a boot. Italy is located in southern Europe.
myth (pp.309, 400) A myth is a traditional story that helps explain a culture's beliefs. There is a myth that their were 2 brothers, they fought about what to name their kingdom. Romulus killed Remus and named it Rome.
Etruscans (p.310) Close to Rome. The Etruscans dominated Etruria (North of the Palatine)
Latins (p.310) Romans were Latins. The latins were one of several groups who invaded Italy (Sometime before 1000 BC).
Palatine (p.310) A hill in central Italy. Overlooks the Tiber River.
Coniculas (p.311) An irrigation system invented by the Etruscans
gladiator (p.311) A person trained to fight another person to the death, for public entertainment.
Created by: wshrout150