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Rome Study Stack

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Cleopatra VII Philopator (Late 69 BC[1] – August 12, 30 BC) was an ancient Greek[2][3] queen and the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. Cleopatra
an army of 3000 to 600 men (including cavelry) Roman Legion
Praetoian guard
Centurion
"Crossing the Rubicon"
To murder for political reasons Assasinate
"Et tu Brute"
Scipio Africanus
Pax Romana
Appian Way
A structure that carries water over long distances Aqueduct
(42* N, 12* E) a large amphiteater built in Rome around A.D. 70; site of contests and combats between people and animals Colosseum
the chief temple of the Greek goddess Athena on the hill Pantheon
Oculus
in ancient Rome, a person who fought to the death in an arena for the entertainment of the public; usually a slave Gladiators
Circus Maximum
Cuniculus
the latin word for "forbid"; the rejection of a bill by the president or of any planned action or railroads Veto
Roman Forum
Palatine Hills
Fasces
S.P.Q.R
a type of government in which citizens who have the right to vote select their leaders ; the leaders rule in the name of the people Republic
a foreign soldier who serves in an army only for pay Mercenary
a major river in Italy; Rome is built on its banks Tiber River
Baths of Caracalla
Londinium
Tyrrhenian Sea
Adriatic
Alps
Apennine Mountains
a person in the ancient Romean Republic appointed to rule for six monoths in times of emergency, with all the powers of a king Dictator
the Christian religon, based on the life and teachings of Jesus and on the Christian holy book, the bible Christinanity
Martyr
Toga
Celts
Britain
Helvetia
an economic situation in which there is more money of less value Inflation
Denarii
Visigoths
Ostrogoths
Vandles
Latin
Cohort
Spartacus
Seneca
Martial
Province
Rubicon River
Germania
Messiah
Gospel
Epistle
Martyr
Tribune
Plebeian
Patrician
Consul
Laws of the Twelve Tablets (tables)
Roman Assembly
Roman Senete
Cicero
Veto
Republic
Etruscans
Romulus and Remus
Pax Romana
Emporer
Julis Caesar
Julis Caesar
Augustus Caesar
Pompeii
Herculaneum
Marcus A
Roman Legion
Praetoian guard
Centurion
"Crossing the Rubicon
Assasonate
"Et tu Brute"
Scipio Africanus
Pax Romana
Appian Way
Aqueduct
Colosseum
Pantheon
Oculus
Circus Maximum
Cuniculus
Veto
Roman Forum
Palatine Hills
Republic
Mercenary
Tiber River
Baths of Caracalla
Londinium
Tyrrhenian Sea
Adriatic
Alps
Apennine Mountains
Christinanity
Martyr
Epistle
Toga
Celts
Britain
Helvetia
Inflation
Denarii
Visigoths
Ostrogoths
Vandles
Latin
Cohort
Spartacus
Seneca
Martial
Province
Rubicon River
Germania
Messiah
Disciple
Gospel
Martyr
Tribune
Plebeian
Patrician
Consul
Laws of the Twelve Tablets (tables)
Roman Assembly
Roman Senete
Cicero
Republic
Etruscans
Romulus and Remus
Pax Romana
Emporer
Julis Caesar
Julis Caesar
Augustus Caesar
Pompeii
Herculaneum
Marcus Aurelious
Trajan
Hadrian
Nero
Tiberius
Caligula
Constantine
Hannibal
Carthage (Cartheginians)
Punic Wars
Gual
Vercegetorix
Attila the Hun
Pompey
Crassus
Gladius
Scutum
Ballista
Trimvirate
(died c.A.D. 64) disiple of jesus, spent his later life spreading Jesus' teachings; hid writeings helped turn Chritianity into an organized religon Paul
Judea
Pontius Pilate
Catacoms
Diocletian
Cohort
Pilum
Pliny
Virgil
Livy
Seneca
Cassis
Lorica Segmentata
Catapult
Groma
Miliarium
"Beware the Ides of March
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