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Gr 7 History Ch 7

Grade 7 History Ch 7 Review - Terms

Magna Graecia "greater Greece"; island of Sicily and southern Italy where the Greeks established many colonies
Forum a common meeting place which was the heart of the city of Rome
Pantheon an ancient Roman temple dedicated to the numerous gods of the empire
republic a form of government in which all citizens who are entitled to vote participate in decisions through elected officials
Senate the most powerful body in the Roman republic
Law of the Twelve Tables states that Roman law be written down and displayed in the Forum
Latin League a defensive alliance against the Etruscans
Colosseum a Roman amphitheater where crowds gathered to watch men fight men and beasts to the death
Julian calendar the calendar Julius Caesar made that had 365 1/4 days per year
Princeps, Imperator, Caesar Augustus Octavian's titles
census a counting of the total population and value of property in each province
Stoics, Epicureans, Skeptics groups of philosophers
synagogues Jewish places of worship
Septuagint a Greek version of the Old Testament
Christ the true King of the Jews whose coming was the greatest turning point of history
Created by: mbrennan262