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Sicily
Battle
Army
Apennines
Soldiers
Calvary
Elephants
Africa
Hannibal
Scipio
Rome
Carthage

Punic Wars Word Search

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Description

alps mountains
army
Carthage
carthaginian
general
Hamilcar Barca
Hannibal Barca
military commander
Punic Wars
roman
roman republic
Rome
Scipio
soldiers
War elephants

Ancient Rome Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

This runs across the center of the peninsula Italy. Tiber River
One of the longest coastlines in Europe. Italian Peninsula
A sea between southern Europe, the northern coast of Africa, and southwesterm Asia. Mediterranean Sea
The capitol of Italy,that spreads across 7 low hills, and is about 15 minutes up the Tiber River. Rome
An Estruscan noble that murdered the king. Tarquin
A Roman leader that forced Tarquin and his sons out of Rome, and later became king. Junis Brutis
This man led Roman forces into battle and got captured. Regulus
The wealthiest, most powerful citizens. patricians
About 90% of Roman citizens. plebeians
A form of government where citizens have a right to vote. republic
People who are elected to represent the people. representatives
Any of various governing bodies. Senate
Officials who managed the government and the army. consuls
Someone who has total control over the people. dictator
People that were appointed by the Senate to protect the rights of plebeians. tribune
A city-state located in North Africa. carthage
Wars that ,altogether, lasted nearly 120 years. Punic Wars
A Carthaginian general. Hannibal
He attacked Carthage and defeated it. Scipio
A sense of pride in one's country. patriotism

Punic Wars Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The year that the first Punic war began 264BC
Hamilcar Barca's son Hannibal
Who Rome fought in the Punic wars Carthage
The island Rome and Carthage fought over Sicily
Carthage's greatest explorer Hanno
The year the Punic wars ended 146BC
The modern city in which Carthage was located Tunisia
One reason Rome and Carthage fought over Sicily Trade
The winner of the Punic wars Rome
The majority of the population of Rome after the Punic wars Slaves

Rome Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the first Roman dictator Julius Caesar
Carthage military commander Hannibal
A city that fought against Rome in the Punic Wars Carthage
A stadium in ancient rome where gladiator battles took place Colosseum
first roman emperor augustus
Ruler of the egyptian government Cleopatra
a period of peace for the Roman Empire Pax Romana
a common farmer, trader, craftworker Plebeians
an area of land surrouned by water on three sides Peninsula
a roman athlete who was forced to fight for entertainment Gladiator
the members of noble families that owned land Patricians
a ruler who has absolute power Dictator
a series of conflicts between Rome and Carthage Punic Wars
a form of government in which citizens elect representatives Republic
the law making body and most powerful branch of roman government Senate
Elected leaders of Ancient Rome Tribunes
the earliest written collection of roman laws Twelve Tables
a person who is elected by citizens Representative
the belief in many gods and goddesses Polytheism
Two elected officials of the roman republic Consuls

The Roman Republic Crossword

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Description

was the general body of free Roman citizens who were not patricians, as determined by the census. Plebeians
a unit of 3,000–6,000 men in the ancient Roman army. Legion
Tables was the legislation that stood at the foundation of Roman law. Twelve Tables
a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who has obtained power by force. Dictator
was a Thracian gladiator who, along with the Gauls Crixus, Oenomaus, Castus and Gannicus, was one of the escaped slave leaders in the Third Servile War, Spartacus
He was the chief priest, lawgiver, judge, and the sole commander of the army.[ Magistartes
were Roman plebeian nobiles who both served as tribunes in the late 2nd century BC Gracchus Brothers
was the highest elected office of the appointive office under the Roman Empire. Consuls
was a Roman general and statesman. Sulla
ancient civilization prospered in the region of modern-day Tuscany, maintaining extensive trade networks, building impressive fortified cities, and making exquisite art Etruscans
was the center or capital city of the ancient Carthaginian civilization, situated on the eastern side of the Lake of Tunis Carthage
were institutions in ancient Rome. They functioned as the machinery of the Roman legislative branch Assemblies
is a Latin epic poem, written by Virgil between 29 and 19 BC Aeneid
led an attack on Saguntum, an independent city allied with Rome, which sparked the outbreak of the Second Punic War. Hannibal
was the period of ancient Roman civilization beginning with the overthrow of the Roman Kingdom Republic
was the long period of peacefulness and minimal expansion by the Roman military force Pax Romana
were in charge of government and also of the army. The 300 citizen Senate advised them at all times. Checks and Balances
were the twin brothers and main characters of Rome's foundation myth. Romulus and Remus
an official in ancient Rome chosen by the plebeians to protect their interests. Tribunes
surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the center of the city of Rome. Forum
an aristocrat or nobleman. Patrician
was a title granted by the government of Ancient Rome to men acting in one of two official capacities Praetor
were a series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage from 264 BC to 146 BC. Punic Wars
was a Roman general and statesman Gaius Marius
was a political institution in ancient Rome. Senate

Ancient Rome Word Search

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Description

TRIBUNE
TIBER RIVER
SENATE
REPRESENTATIVE
POMPEII
PAX ROMANA
PATRICIANS
PANTHEON
PALESTINE
NEW TESTAMENT
NAZARETH
LIVY
LITHIUM
JULIUS CAESAR
JUDEA
JESUS
HANNIBAL
GLADIATORS
GAUL
GALILEE
FORUM
EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH
DIOCLETIAN
DICTATOR
CONSUL
CONSTANTINOPLE
COLOSSEUM
CLEOPATRA
CIVIL WAR
CHRISTIANITY
CENSUS
CATHOLICISM
CARTHAGE
BYZANTINE EMPIRE
BISHOP
BETHLEHEM
AUGUSTUS
AQUEDUCTS
APOSTLE
APENNINE MOUNTAINS
ANCIENT ROME
ALPS
ALEXANDRIA

Rome chapter 6 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Rome was built on seven rolling hills at a curve on the _____near the center of the Italian peninsula? Tiber River
Who was the twins Romulus and Remus father? Mars
who was the most important group that strongly influenced the development of Roman civilization? Etruscans
The 7 rolling hills was midway between the ____ and Italy’s southern tip Alps
Who made the Romans declared they would never again be ruled by a king? Tarquin
When did a group of ten officials began writing down Rome’s laws? 451
How long would A dictator’s power lasted for? 6 Months
The Roman legion was made up of ____ heavily armed foot soldiers. 5000
Rome and Carthage went to war, what was the war called? Punic War
What was the 29-year-old Carthaginian generals name? Hanniba
Hannibal assembled how many elephants with the intent of capturing Rome? 60
What General devised a plan to attack Carthage and defeat Hannibal? Scipio

HANNIBAL BARCA Word Search

Type
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Description

BLOOD
AFRICA
GENERAL
WAR ELEPHANTS
BATTLE
ALPS
AMBUSH
PUNIC WARS
ARMY
CARTHAGE
POISON
RING
CHIEF MAGISTRATE
HANNIBAL BARCA
ROMAN TROOPS

Rome the Republic Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

PUNIC
OCTAVIAN
GRACCHUS
EMPEROR
MARK ANTONY
CARTHAGE
CAESAR
POMPEY
HANNIBAL
TIBER
LATIN
ETRUSCAN
TIUMVIRATE
PLEBIAN
TIBUNE
DICTATOR
CONSUL
PATRICIAN
REPUBLIC
SENATE

Hannibal Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who was Hannibal's farther? Hamilcar Barca
Hamilcar was a general of? Carthaginian
What mountains did Hannibal cross? Alps
Hannibal's opponent in war Rome
37 War _____ were used in crossing the the mountain range elephants
The wars that Rome and Carthage fought were called? The Punic Wars
Punica was a Latin word for? Phoenician
Who made Hannibal swear an oath to hate Rome? His father
What tactic did Hannibal use to win the Battle of Cannae? Surrounding the Romans
Who was the son of Carthaginian general Hamilcar Barca Hannibal
Where was Carthage a city? North Africa
Who traded with cities throughout the Mediterranean Sea? merchant sailors
What did Rome's economy depend on? plunder
What was the first Punic War fought over? Sicily
Roman ships would _____ into an enemy vessel ram
Why was Hannibal called home? to face Scipio
__________ are foreign soldiers hired to fight. mercenaries
After destroying Carthage, the Romans sold the remaining citizens into ______ slavery