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    latifundia large farming estates in ancient Rome

    Julius Caesar A rich, powerful Roman general who seized control of the Republic in 44 B.C.

    Triumvirate A political alliance of three people

    Rubicon A small river in the north of Italy; was the southern border of Caesar’s area of command

    Octavian Caesar’s grandnephew that inherited his wealth; formed Second Triumvirate with Antony and Lepidus

    Battle of Actium here Octavian crushed the army and navy of Cleopatra

    Cicero A political leader, writer, and one of Rome’s greatest public speakers; argued against dictators and called for a representative government with limited powers

    Augustus “The revered or majestic one”; Octavian took this name/title

    Pax Romana "Roman Peace"

    Caligula and Nero Came from Augustus’ family; called the Julio-Claudian emperors; both proved to be especially cruel and irresponsible

    Hadrian One of the five “Good Emperors,” presided over 100+ years of prosperity; made the Roman laws easier to understand

    Aqueduct Human-made channel to carry water long distances

    Rhine & Danube Rivers During Hadrian’s reign these rivers established the Empire’s eastern border

    Puteoli Large port on the Bay of Naples

    Ostia Large port at the mouth of the Tiber

    currency System of money that used coins throughout the region

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    17 Qs

    1. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    a large farming estate

    answer choices latifundia Actium Brutus triumvirate 2. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    the battle in which Octavian defeated Antony and Cleopatra

    answer choices latifundia Actium Brutus triumvirate 3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    a senator who planned to kill Julius Caesar

    answer choices latifundia Actium Brutus triumvirate 4. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    a political alliance of three people

    answer choices latifundia Actium Brutus triumvirate 5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    military hero and Rome’s most famous leader

    answer choices Actium Brutus triumvirate Julius Caesar 6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    They were brothers who fought to bring reforms to the early Republic.

    answer choices the Marcus brothers Marius and Sulla Pompey and Crassus

    the Gracchus brothers

    7. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Rome’s lower classes saw Julius Caesar as a

    answer choices bad leader. hero. landowner. priest. 8. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    One reform of Julius Caesar’s still in effect today is the

    answer choices

    economy that ends the use of slave labor.

    military-run government.

    public jobs program.

    12-month calendar. 9. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    The members of Rome’s Second Triumvirate were Lepidus, Antony, and

    answer choices Cincinnatus. Cicero. Cleopatra. Octavian. 10. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    The political leader Cicero called for a limited representative government and was against

    answer choices citizenship rights. dictators.

    republican government.

    the Greeks. 11. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Hadrian was a good emperor who helped improve Roman cities.

    answer choices True False 12. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    During the Pax Romana, Rome experienced a serious decline in power.

    answer choices True False 13. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Augustus created a permanent professional army to protect the empire.

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    The “five good emperors” saw economic growth.

    answer choices True False 15. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Nero was a gentle and kind Julio-Claudian emperor.

    answer choices True False 16. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    The reign of Augustus began a long era of

    answer choices civil war. conflict. discontent.

    peace and prosperity.

    17. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    This cruel emperor murdered many people and appointed his horse as consul.

    answer choices Caligula Claudius Julius Caesar Tiberius

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    Plebeians

    member of the common people in Ancient Rome

    Patricians

    wealthy landowner and member of the ruling class in Ancient Rome

    consuls

    one of the 2 top government officials in Ancient Rome

    latifundia

    large farming estates in ancient rome

    veto to reject Romulus

    was a twin abandoned on the Tiber River and was rescued by wolves and built a city in 753 B.C. one of the twins made fun of the wall he built and killed his other twin and became the first king of Rome

    Remus

    was a twin abandoned on the Tiber River and was rescued by wolves and built a city in 753 B.C. He made fun of the wall his twin built and got killed by his twin

    legion

    smaller unit of the Roman army made up of about 6000 soldiers

    Julius Caeser

    A leader of the Army in 60 BC. formed the first triumvirate to rule Rome

    triumvirate

    political alliance of 3 people

    Augustus

    the revered or majestic one. The name august in the calendar was name after him

    Pax Romana Roman Peace Hadrian

    was a "good emperor" who built a wall in Britain

    currency system of money Emperor

    person who rules over

    Apennines

    runs all the way down the boot from north to south

    Aeneas

    Trojan hero. He and a band of followers are said to have sailed the Mediterranean Sea after the Greeks captured troy.

    etruscans

    A group that played a major role in shaping Roman Civilization

    Actium

    cape on the western coast of Greece. There was a battle here.

    Republic

    form of government in which the leader is not a king or queen but a person elected by citizens

    Dictator

    in ancient Rome, a person who ruled with complete power temporarily during emergencies

    Scipio

    General named ______ led a Roman force in 202 BC and invaded Carthage

    Caligula

    came after Tiberius and before Claudius

    cicero

    a political leader, writer, and Rome's greatest public speaker. He had argued against dictators, and called for a representative government with limited powers

    twelve tables

    According to Roman tradition, is was the modern legislation that stood at the foundation of Roman law. It consolidated earlier traditions into an enduring set of laws.

    what tile did octavian take

    augustus

    which was produced in italy

    olive oil and wine

    what was hadrian's wall

    wall built for defense in Great Britian

    who could hold political office in early rome

    only patricians

    Rome fought _________ in the punic wars for control of the Mediterranean region

    carthage

    Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus wanted to

    give land to the poor

    The member if rome's second triumvirate were lepidus, anthony, and _________

    octavian Holds water aqueduct

    Julius Caeser was seen as

    hero

    the best known early roman dictator of the republic was

    cincinnatus

    The great public speaker Cicero called for a representative government with limited powers and was against __________.

    dictators

    The __________ is a reform of Julius Caesar's that affects us today.

    12-month calendar

    What is the battle in which Octavian defeated Antony and Cleopatra?

    Actium

    in 494 bc many roman plebeians _______ to protest for equal rights

    went on strike

    the ruling class and top officials of the roman republic were the

    patricians

    the first punic war was

    fought over control in sicily

    Italy is shaped like a boot

    Under emperor Trajan, the Roman Empire's European boundaries were set at these two rivers, _________.

    the Rhine and Danube

    The reign of Augustus began a long era of _________ that lasted about 200 years.

    peace

    Emperor Vespasian began construction of this famous Roman sporting site, ________.

    colosseum

    The most important element in Rome's booming economy was ______.

    agriculture

    the julio-claudian rulers included

    Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero

    This group included artisans, shopkeepers, and owners of small farms.

    plebians

    Were wealthy landowners. These nobles made up Rome's ruling class

    patricians

    in the 2nd punic war

    Carthage defeated Rome

    what helped rome's trade

    roman currency

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