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history chapter 5

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Princeps first citizen and augustus was the first citizen.
Geocentric Theory Ptolemy taught that the sun and the moon was the center of the earth.
Aqueducts supply water from the mountains to the people(citizens)
Gladiators known as a hero and a warrior who fought in the Roman collosseum.
epicureanism nothing to fear in life.
stoicism teaches that the hightest good is the pursuit of the virtues of courage, dignity,duty,simplicity of life and service to fellow men
pontifex maximus greatest priest
synagogues Jews built this as a new center of worship
septuagint a group of men translated the Hebrew old testament into Greek cause many Jews could no longer understand it
crucifixion when Jesus was sentenced to death
gospel jesus was crucified buried and risen after three days
monasticism lifestyle of withdrawing from all worldly cares and possesion and practicing strict disapline and religous exerises
heirarchial strcuture with levels of authority
patriarch bishop of one of five important cites of the empire. Jersulm, antioch, alexandria, rom or constantiople
augustus co-emporer
Caesar assistant (co empopor)
barbarians roman term for all those outside the empire who did not share in the greek or roman cultures
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