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Ancient Rome Vocab

Vocab Quiz words

TermDefinition
vandal someone who destroys property
pope leader of the Roman church
persecute to punish others for their beliefs
synagogue Jewish place of worship
gladiator generally a prisoner or slave who served as a professional fighter
caesar Roman ruler
tribune person appointed to protect the rights of plebians
consul official chosen to manage the government and the army
representative one elected to represent the people
plebian common Roman citizen with little wealth or power
pillage to rob
auction to sell off
disciple a follower
catacomb underground room used a burial place
emperor ruler of an empire
patriotism sense of pride in one's country
dictator ruler with total control over the people
Senate governing body
republic government where the citizens have the right to vote
patrician wealthy, powerful Roman citizen
Created by: asettlemire