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Use with our Rome unit

Type of government in which people elect leaders to make laws for them Republic
Council of rich and powerful Romans who helped run the city Senate
People who could take part in the government Citizens
Large public square that was in the center of Rome where citizens met to discuss government issues Forum
Auditorium built in Rome that could hold 50,000 people Colosseum
A government that includes many different peoples and lands under a single ruler Empire
Channels used to carry water over long distances Aqueducts
Period of peace that lasted for 200 hundred years- Roman peace Pax Romana
Religion based on teachings of Jesus of Nazareth that started during the Roman Empire Christianity
The language that Roman people spoke. It is the basis of many languages spoken today. Latin
Roman general who became leader of Rome before he was killed by a group of Senators Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar’s nephew, first Roman emperor Octavian
Roman city where a volcano erupted in 79 B.C.E Pompeii
Capital city of Roman Empire Rome
Roman emperor Constantine split the empire in half, and created a second capital city named after himself Constantinople
Created by: warrens