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Chapters 11-13

Ancient Rome

Forum Rome's public meeting place
legion group of 6,000 soldiers
plebeians common, poor people in Rome
patricians rich, wealthy powerful Romans
republic government in which people elect leaders
consuls 2 magistrates in Rome control the army
Senate wealthy, powerful Romans that advise the city's leaders
tripartite a 3 part government
veto prohibit, not allow
Latin Roman language
Punic Wars series of wars between Carthage and Rome
aqueduct channel used to carry water
orator public speaker
Colosseum arena where gladiators fought
Christianity religion based on the teachings of Jesus
Messiah means anointed one
Bible holy book of Christianity
Crucifixion execution in which a person is nailed to a cross
resurrection Jesus' rise from the dead
disciples Jesus' followers
martyrs people who suffer death for their beliefs
pope bishop of Rome
mosaics pictures made with pieces of colored stone or glass
Persecution punishing a group of people b/c of beliefs
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