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First dictator of Rome
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First dictator of Rome
Julius Caesar
Caesar's Grandnephew- leader during Pax Romana
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Caesar's Grandnephew- leader during Pax Romana
Octavian or Augustus
Born in Nazareth- crucified- was believed to be Messiah
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Born in Nazareth- crucified- was believed to be Messiah
Jesus
Roman Ruler- had crosses drawn on shields because of dream
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Roman Ruler- had crosses drawn on shields because of dream
Constantine
Roman emperor who split empire into two halves
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Roman emperor who split empire into two halves
Diocletian
These were built throughout the empire to help travel
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These were built throughout the empire to help travel
Roads
Where gladiators, ships battles, and other events were held
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Where gladiators, ships battles, and other events were held
Colosseum
Built to bring fresh water to the people of Rome
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Built to bring fresh water to the people of Rome
Aqueducts
He was the Roman emperor during the Pax Romana
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He was the Roman emperor during the Pax Romana
Augustus or Octavian
Augustus took one every 5 years to know who could be taxed
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Augustus took one every 5 years to know who could be taxed
Census
Plebeians and Patricians made this group up
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Plebeians and Patricians made this group up
Citizens
Wealthy land owners and nobles
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Wealthy land owners and nobles
Patricians
Men who farmed, traded and made things for a living
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Men who farmed, traded and made things for a living
Plebeians
The Senate was made up of these people
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The Senate was made up of these people
Patricians
Ten of these were elected out of the Citizen's Assembly
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Ten of these were elected out of the Citizen's Assembly
Tribunes
This war was between Rome and Carthage
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This war was between Rome and Carthage
Punic Wars
He led Carthages armies into Italy using elephants
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He led Carthages armies into Italy using elephants
Hannibal
He was murdered in the senate
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He was murdered in the senate
Julius Caesar
She joined forces with Caesar and gave him money to continue his battle
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She joined forces with Caesar and gave him money to continue his battle
Cleopatra
This city and its people were covered by volcanic ash after the volcano erupted
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This city and its people were covered by volcanic ash after the volcano erupted
Pompeii
Stories that Jesus told that had a lesson
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Stories that Jesus told that had a lesson
Parables
How Jesus was killed
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How Jesus was killed
Crucifixion
12 followers of Jesus, spread his teachings after his death
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12 followers of Jesus, spread his teachings after his death
apostles
Leader of the Roman Catholic Church today
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Leader of the Roman Catholic Church today
Pope
First bishop or regional church leader of Rome
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First bishop or regional church leader of Rome
Peter
Rome got its name from the story of two brothers, what were their names?
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Rome got its name from the story of two brothers, what were their names?
Romulus and Remus




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