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s.s. Rome def.

IT is for my social studies class.

Republic a type of government in which citizens who have the right to vote select their leaders
Consul one of two officials who led the ancient roman republic
Patrician a member of a wealthy upper class family in ancient Rome
Veto to reject or decline
Pax Romana The period of stability and or prosperity in the roman empire
Province A unit of an empire
Colosseum A large amphitheater built in Rome
Aqueduct A structure that holds and carries water over long distances
Gladiator in ancient Rome fought in public arenas for entertainment
Jesus Creator of Christianity
Messiah A savior in Christianity or Judaism
disciple a follower of person or belief
Martyr a person who dies for who he or she believes in
Constantine the emperor of Rome
mercenary a solider who serves for pay in a foreign country
inflation an economic a situation in which there is more money with less value
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