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Rome is located on a _____________ that sticks out into the Mediterranean Sea
Rome had a form of government where citizens chose their representatives in government. This type of government is known as a
Romans crated a set of written laws known as the
This was the term for the upper class in Rome
This was the term for the lower class in Rome
The Punic Wars were a series of wars fought between Rome and this rival
This famous general of Rome's rival attempted to lead an invasion of Rome by travelling through the Alps with elephants
This man who was initially a Roman general became Rome's first 'dictator for life' in 49 B.C.
Rome's first dictator was killed by this group on the Ides of March, 44 B.C.
After Rome's first dictator was assassinated, this man became Rome's first emperor, forever ending the Roman Republic
Romans built massive structures supported by arches to transport water into the city. These were known as
This was the term given to the Roman Golden Age
Rome built many ________ to allow for easy transportation and a united civilization
This massive building in Rome was created as a place for gladiator fights and other events, and is similar to our stadiums today
In Judea, a part of the Roman Empire, this monotheistic religion was born. Today, it is the largest religion in the world.
In an event known as the __________, the Roman army took over Judea, burned down the holy temple of Judaism, and forced the Jewish people to leave their homeland
This man was the first Christian emperor of Rome
This city was built as a new capital for the Roman Empire by Rome's first Christian emperor
Western Rome fell in 476 A.D., when the city was burned to the ground by this group. Political, social, economic, and military reasons also played a large role.
When Western Rome fell in 476 A.D., Eastern Rome survived and became known as the
Rome's great architectural achievements included domes and rounded arches, which were supported by this important invention.
This is the name of the great church built in the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire
The Eastern Roman Empire's most famous ruler, he was known for expanding the empire and creating a code of laws named after himself
This was the name of the wife of the Eastern Roman Empire's most famous ruler
This was the name of the center of entertainment in Constantinople, which was home to events such as chariot races
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