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Unit 6 Ch 11 Sec 1

Frome Republic to Empire

Cicero Roman orator who tried to restore order to Rome's government
Julius Caesar most powerful Roman general who declared himself dictator for life
Pompey and Crassus they ruled Rome with Julius Caesar; the first Triumvirate
Senators they assassinated Julius Caesar
Octavian Julius Caesar's great nephew who fought for control of Rome; he later named himself Augustus
Marc Antony Julius Caesar's assistant and friend who fought Octavian for control of Rome
Pax Romana a 200 year period of peace and stability in Rome
civil law a legal system based on written laws
Romance languages languages based on Latin
Latin the language of the Roman Empire
Created by: mrs.fehr