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What is the Tiber River? The Tiber River runs across the Italian Peninsula.
What is the Italian Peninsula? It has one of the longest coastlines in Europe. It stretches 650 miles southward into the Mediterranean Sea.
What is the Mediterranean Sea? The Mediterranean Sea is connected to the Atlantic Ocean
What is Rome? A city that spreads across seven low hills about 15 miles up the Tiber River.
Who is Tarquin? He is an Etruscan noble that murder the king and seized power.
Who is Junius Brutus? A roman leader.
What is a Patrician? The most wealthiest,most powerful citizens.
What is a Plebeian? Farmers, soldiers,and merchants.
What is a Republic? Citizen have the right to vote.
What is a Senate? Roman representatives served in a governing body.
What is a Consuls? Officials who managed the government and the army.
What is a Dictator? It is someone who has total control over people.
What are Tribunes? It is people who fight to protect the plebeians.
What is Carthage? It is a city-state located in North Africa.
What is the Punic wars? Where two powerful city-states fought three destructive wars.
Who is Hannibal? A Carthaginian general.
Who is a Scipio? A general that saved Rome.
What are Patriotism? It is a sense of pride in one's country.
What is Caesars? Another word for rulers
Who is Julius Caesar? He was a person of great energy and talent.
What is the Appian Way? It is a really famous road they used during ancient Rome.
What are emperors? It is rulers of an empire.
Who is Augustus? A emperor that ruled from 27 b.c. to his death in a.d. 14.
What is the Pax Romana? It is " The Roman Peace"
Who is Caligula? Became an emperor in a.d. 37.
Who is Claudius? He was the emperor after Caligula.
Who is Nero? He was a really bad emperor after Caligula.
Who is Marcus Aurelius? He was a really great emperor perhaps even the best.
What is the Colosseum? The most famous Roman sports arena.
What are gladiators? They are professional fighters
What is Christianity? It is a religion that started with Jesus.
Who is Jesus? A Jewish man born in Judah,part of a larger region called Palestine.
What is the new testament? the second part of the Christian Bible, written originally in Greek and recording the life and teachings of Jesus and his earliest followers.
What are gospels? The teaching or revelation of Christ.
What are synagogues? Jewish places of worship.
What are disciples? They help Jesus preach the word of god.
What are Apostles? They disciples can also be know for Apostles.
What is a messiah? It stands for savior.
What is persecuted? Punished for their beliefs.
Who is Constantine? He made Christianity equal to any other religion.
Who is Theodosius? He made Christianity Romes number one religion.
Who is commodious? He is Marcus Aurelius son who lead the Roman empire.
Who is Diocletian? A number of reforms.
What is Constantinople? A city named after Constantine.
What is the Byzantine Orthodox church? The Byzantine Rite, also known as the Greek Rite or Constantinopolitan Rite, is the liturgical rite used by the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Greek/Byzantine Catholic churches, and in a modified form, Byzantine Rite Lutheranism.
What is the Roman Catholic Church? The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with approximately 1.3 billion baptised Catholics worldwide as of 2017.
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