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Chapter 6

Ancient Rome

What were the two social classes in Rome? Plebeians and Patricians
What type of leader was Julius Caesar? Dictator
Before the empire, what type of government was Rome? Republic
What happened to Julius Caesar in the end? Assassinated
What was the most popular job as a plebeian Farmer
What made up majority of Rome, Plebeians or Patricians? Plebeians
Who disrupted trade while the economy was falling? Barbarians
Where was Jesus born? Bethlehem
What did Jesus emphasize in his early teachings? Peoples relationship with God
What was the first monotheistic religion? Judaism
Why were Roman leader worried about Jesus? Because of his popularity in Rome
How many years were consuls in power of Rome? 1 year
What were the big military units of 5,000 foot soldiers called? Legions
What was the name of the great Carthaginian general? Hannibal
What were the three wars called between Rome and Carthage? Punic Wars
What was Julius Caesar before being the dictator in Rome? Military Leader
What year did Julius Caesar die? 44 BC
How did Carthage attack Rome under Hannibals orders? Hannibal told his soldiers to march through Spain and the Alps, and surprised the Roman army.
Who mostly fought in the colloseum Slaves, gladiators, and criminals
Which side of Rome spoke Greek? The east
Who attacked Romes with the Germanic tribes? The Huns
What did aqueducts do? Aqueducts traveled water from one place to another
Who was the last emperor of Rome? Romulus Augustulus
Who split Romeinto two halves? Constantine
What were the Twelve Tables They were a system of laws put in place for Rome
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