MOH - Lessons 10, 11, 12 Crossword

a man considered only as legend for centuries
ended in A.D. 70 when Jews rose up in rebellion against Romans
Roman emperor had another city built right on top of Jerusalem
a Jewish stronghold city attacked by Romans
a Jewish man in the 1960's who discovered evidence of Bar-Kokhba
means dry river or canyon
written in A.D. 150, early Christians wrote out their faith/beliefs
means, "I believe"
meaning it's reliable
Roman festival of love
supposed goddess of women and marriage
supposed god of nature
decided to declare Feb 14 as Saint Valentine's Day
Christian martyr, was a priest, church built in his honor,

The Italian Renaissance Crossword

The Italian Renaissance Crossword

He wrote Don Quixote
Inventor of printing press
Term means rebirth
English playwright
Where the Renaissance began
Someone who supports artists
Italian trader who visited China
Machine that uses moveable type
Philosophy focus on human potential
Technique that appears 3-D on a flat surface
Italian poet who introduced Greeks and Romans
Trade route from Asia to Europe
study of the Greeks and Romans
City where the Renaissance started
A painter and sculpture
Artist, sculpture, inventor and engineer
Built domes on large buildings

Pompeii Crossword

Pompeii Crossword

A Roman city that got buried by ashes
Covered Pompeii and other Roman cities in ash
The year Mt.Vesuvius erupted
The capital of Italy
A Spanish engineering officer who found Pompeii
A Roman city that was also buried in ash from Mt. Vesuvius
A fermented fish sauce used as a condiment in ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantium foods
The largest market in the city
Pompeii's chief crop
A loose flowing outer garment warn by the citizens of ancient Rome

Roman Empire Crossword Puzzle

Roman Empire Crossword Puzzle

Historian who wrote "The History of Rome"
Wrote the Epic Poem "The Aeneid"
Doctor who studied anatomy
Astronomer who mapped over 1,000 different stars
Strong emperor of the Byzantine Empire
Justinian's wife who championed greater rights for women
Romans borrowed ideas in art & architecture from the...
Romans began to _______________ when coins rapidly devalued
Roman builders were the first to use this strong building material
The Roman Empire officially ended when ______________ removed Romulus Augustulus from power in 476 A.D.
Religious center of the Byzantine Empire?
Leader of the Byzantine Church
Capital of the Byzantine Empire (Modern-day Istanbul)
When money decreases in value and the costs of goods rise
Emperor who divided the Empire in two parts
Emperor who moved the capital of the Roman Empire to Byzantium and renamed it after himself
Someone who stands in for a ruler who is too young or ill to rule
Era of peace and prosperity in Rome that lasted for 200 years
Pictures made from tiny pieces of colored glass
Roman engineering innovation which brought water from far away sources to cities
Roman philosophy that encouraged people to live in a practical way
Political changes that are aimed at making improvements
Romans believed in many gods. We call this belief system...
Romes first Emperor
Name of the Byzantine area that rivaled the Roman Colusseum



In Islam, the "call to prayer"
Arabic word for God
Islamic leaders regarded as successors to Muhammad for Sunni Muslims
The foundational and practices of Islam that were set forth by Muhammad and are practiced by all Muslims
Word meaning "story", the sayings and stories of Muhammad that are meant to form guidance for living out Islam
A Muslim who has memorized the Qur'an
A term meaning "migration", it recalls the escape of Muhammad from his enemies in 622 C.E. And the beginning of the establishment of Islam. Marks the start of Islamic calendar
The leader for prayer at a mosque who is chosen for his knowledge of Islam and his personal holiness
The first Islamic shrine, which Muslims believe was built by Abraham. Destroyed by pagans, it was reclaimed by Muhammad when he captured Mecca in the seventh century.
Arabic that means "recite" or "recitation." In Muslim belief, God's final revelation superseding both Jewish and Christian Bibles.
The Fourth Pillar of Islam, which is a month of prayer and fasting that commemorates the Night of Power.
Chapters or sections in the Qur'an. Each surah is a separate revelation received by Muhammad.
A Muslim scholar trained in Islam and Islamic Law.
The ritual washing of the face, hands, arms, top of head, and feet that a Muslim must perform before Salah.

Ancient Rome Vocabulary Review- Crossword

Ancient Rome  Vocabulary Review- Crossword

What was something created by Romans to transport clean water into the different cities?
What do you call an underground cemetery where the christians would go to worship their God?
Who was the Roman Emperor (r. 312-337) who moved the capital to Constantinople after reuniting the Roman Empire.
Who was the Roman emperor who divided and separated the Roman Empire into two sections that were the eastern and western empires?
What is a name for illegal or dishonest actions?
What do you call someone who dies or suffers for a cause they support?
What was the name of the wars that were between Carthage and Rome? Carthage lost the war.
What was the tribe that damaged and destroyed Rome in 455 CE?
Who was the Germanic tribe or group that rebelled against Rome in A.D. 378?
What was the 200 year time of peace in Roman history where many great achievements were made?

Christianity Crossword Puzzle

Christianity Crossword Puzzle

Largest Christian denomination
Leader of Catholicism
Vow Catholic priests take that make them different from other Christian priests
Number of governing bodies of the Eastern Orthodox church
Number of Holy Days observed by Roman Catholic church
Number of Holy Days observed by Eastern Orthodox Church
Considered by many Christian groups the most important city of their faith
Holy book of Christianity
denomination of Christianity developed within the Greek-speaking eastern branch of the Roman-Byzantine Empire
denomination founded over disagreements when Martin Luther posted his ninety-five theses outside a Catholic Church door in 1517
Founder of Christianity
Sacrament typically celebrated more by Catholics than other branches of Christianity

Judaism, Christianity, and Islam Crossword

Judaism, Christianity, and Islam Crossword

a push for Jews to have a homeland is Israel
Jewish house of worship
food that is satisfies Jewish law
father and founder of Judaism
religious teacher of Judaism
rules of morals that Jews must follow
denomination that strictly follows the rules of Torah
son of God
Christian house of worship
day of worship for Christians
name of Christian calendar
celebrates birth of Jesus Christ
he made Christianity official religion of Roman Empire
he made Christianity official religion of Roman Empire
name of God in Islam
founder of Islam
believe that most qualified should be leader of Islam
believe that Muhammad's nearest relative should be leader of Islam
celebrates the time that the Qu'ran was revealed to Muhammad
declaration of faith, daily prayer, charitable giving, etc.
religious place of worship for Muslims

Roman Mythology Crossword

Roman Mythology Crossword

King of the Gods
God of the Sea
Queen of the Gods; Goddess of Marriage and Women
God of War
Goddess of Love
God of Poetry, Music, and the Sun
God of Wine
Goddess of Agriculture and Fertility
Goddess of Hunting
God of War
Messenger of the Gods and of Commerce and Finance
Goddess of Wisdom, the City, Education, Science and War
God of The Underworld
God of Harvest and Agriculture
Goddess of the Hearth and the Roman state
God of Fire, the Forge and Blacksmiths
Symbol of Jupiter
Symbol of Juno
Symbol of Neptune
Symbol of Pluto
Symbol of Minerva
Symbol of Apollo
Symbol of Venus
God of love; son of Aphrodite
Goddess of Earth
Hercules: Hero and strong man; son of Zeus and Alcmene; performed twelve labors
Hercules: Hero and strong man; son of Zeus and Alcmene; performed twelve labors

Vocab Chapter 10 "Rome's Decline and Legacy" Crossword

Vocab Chapter 10 "Rome's Decline and Legacy" Crossword

Roman emperor who made Christianity one of the empire's legar religions
local church leaders withn the Roman Catholic Church
bishop of rome and the most important bishop in the Roman Catholic Church
Christian church based in Rome
statement of beliefs
union of three divine beings-Father, Son (Jesus), and holy spirit- in one God
non-Jewish people
soldier for hire
Roman emperor who restored older to the empire and divided it into eastern and western parts
someone who was primitive and uncivilized
to loot, or to take things by force
founder of a Frankish kingdom in the former Roman province of Gaul
term describing people who make a living by herding animals and moving from place to place as the seasons change
eastern half of the Roman Empire that survived for a thousand years after the fall of Rome
leader who has total power
emperor who expanded the Byzantine Empire
uniform code of law based on Roman law
branch of Christianity that developed in the Eastern Roman Empire
people chosen to speak and act for others
Christian church based in Rome

Dark Ages Crossword Puzzle

Dark Ages Crossword Puzzle

Greatest king of the middle ages
Disease that ravaged the Byzantine Empire and most of Europe
Date of the Fall of Rome
A holy war; military expeditions undertaken by European Christians in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries to recover the Holy Land from the Muslims
led by the Pope; this institution was the stable force that unified Europe
To be barred (or kicked out) of the church
political system of local government based on the granting of land in return for loyalty, military assistance, and other services
"Great Charter" ...outlines basic rules and rights of the people
made a deal with Byzantine emperor to retake the Holy Land
fought Christians for the Holy Land
served and fought for the king
Relating or belonging to the Middle Ages
defeated the Muslim Moors at Tours in 732 AD
religious men who lived apart from society in isolated communities
First Germanic king to convert to Christianity
Invaders from Scandinavia
the abbreviation for anno domini; which means in the year of our lord
a body of laws developed by the medieval Church
Method used by the church to force governments to abide by their wishes
Capital of the Eastern Roman Empire
Former Greek city that was the location of Constantinople
The estate or domain of a feudal lord
Document that declared religious tolerance for Christianity in the Roman empire
First Roman emperor to convert to Christianity
Splitting of the church into the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church
Government rule where one person has all the power
Word that means non-religious
A rite or ritual performed in the church that allows for salvation
People who did not follow or adhere to religious ways
City where three major religions began