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World History & You

Ch. 8 Beginning of the Roman Empire

Who were the greatest conquerors of the ancient world? Romans
Who had most of the power in the Roman Republic? Rich People
Which ancient alphabet is most like the one we use today? Roman
What city fought with Rome for power over the Mediterranean? Carthage
Who helped many Romans get land and jobs? Julius Caesar
Who became the first Roman Emperor? Augustus Caesar
The Roman Empire began in what country? Italy
What was the most important city in Italy? Rome
What were the name of the people that lived in Rome called? Romans
Who vote in a Republic for the leaders? The People that were Citizens
Who made the most laws in Rome? The rich people
Where did the romans get their alphabet from? The greek alphabet
How long di Rome and Carthage fight for control of the land around the Mediterranean Sea? More than 100 years
Created by: mtrampf