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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

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Ancient Rome Crossword Puzzle

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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

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The Roman Republic Crossword Puzzle

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Government in which citizens choose their leaders republic
Powerful upper-class citizens of ancient Rome patricians
Poor and lower-class citizens of ancient Rome plebeians
Heads of the ancient Rome Republic consuls
Refuse consent (say no to) veto
Roman officials elected to protect the lower class tribunes
Divisions of Roman soldiers legions
Roman soldiers legionaries
Large Roman estates latifundias
Ancient Roman tax collecters publicans
Absolute ruler of a state dictator
Group of three people who rule with equal power triumvirate
Handled daily problems of the government senate
Groups of people gathered together in one place for a common purpose. assemblies
The legislation that stood at the foundation of Roman law Twelve Tables
Roman military boarding device used in naval warfare corvus
A region of Western Europe during the Iron Age Gaul
The undersurface of a person's foot sole
Greek infantry formation phalanx
Roman public square Forum
A piece of land almost surrounded by water or projecting out into a body of water peninsula
A native of ancient Etruria Etruscans
A state formally cooperating with another for a military or other purpose, typically by treaty ally
Skilled workers artisans
A way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination route
The center or capital city of the ancient Carthaginian civilization Carthage
A region producing large quantities of corn granary
A series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage Punic Wars
A short descriptive literary sketch that neatly encapsulates someone or something cameo
Roman general, statesman, and historian Julius Caesar
A person's or a people's native land homeland
Crops sold in the market cash crops
A person who makes changes to something in order to improve it Reformer
Became notorious as the date of the assassination of Julius Caesar Ides of March
Without purpose or effect; pointless Idle

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Rome Crossword

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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

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Crossword Puzzle for the Roman Empire

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Disciple of Jesus Christ Apostole
Man-made channel for moving water Aqueduct
An annually elected ruler of the republic Consul
Record of Jesus Christ's life Gospel
Combination of legal and military customs Feudalism
Large land in Rome, worked by slaves Latifundia
Large unit in the Roman army Legion
Group of three men that held power in Rome Triumvirate
The man who is the head of a family Paterfamilias
Person killed for their religious beliefs Martyr
Professional soldier hired to kill Mercenaries
Was the savior for a group of people Messiah
Temple dedicated to the gods Pantheon
An aristocrat Patrician
Peace existing between Rome Pax Romana
Person not part of a civilization Barbarian
Single person with complete power over a place Dictator
Commoner of ancient Rome Plebeians
A division of a empire Province
Ruled by the people who elect representatives Republic
A governing body Senate
Official chosen by plebeians to protect them Tribune
Right to reject a proposal Veto
Commander of Rome Imperator
Housing complex in Rome Insulae
Leader of Catholic church Pope

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Roman History Crossword

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Who fled with his followers after the Greeks destroyed Troy in the Trojan War? Aeneas
This legendary Roman was killed by his Brother Romulus after said legend mocked his brothers ideas about the new city they wanted to buid along the Tiber River. Remus
The Roman chose these type of leaders during difficult times of war. dictators
This general was one of Rome's famous dictators, who gained power in 458 BC. He quickly fought off the citie's enimies. Cincinnatus
This group of people were always calling for changes in the Roman govornment; they were common people. plebeians
Rome was ran by powerful nobles called_______. patricians
______killed his brother Remus. Rome was also named after this muderer. Romulus
These people were elected officials in the Roman Govornment. Magistrates
The 2 most powerful magistrates in Rome were called ________. Consuls
Elected by the plebeians, tribunes had the ability to _____, or prohibit actions by other officials. veto
What was the language spoken by Romans? Latin
What was Rome's meeting Place? (hint: this was the center of ALL life in Rome.) Forum
Groups of up to 6,000 soldiers were called _______. Legions
In a _________, people elect leaders to govorn them. Republic
The brilliant general named _______ set out with his army to attack Rome. He and his army were never able to actually capture, or gain control of Rome. Hannibal
This hero was a former gladiator in Rome who led a rebellion of slaves who demanded freedom. Spartacus

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Greece and Rome Vocabulary Crossword

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A type of government in which the people are able to elect their own leader. Republic
An ancient Roman commoner, typically artisans, farmers, and merchants. Plebeian
Aristocratic landowners that usually held the most power. Patricians
Members of the patrician class that passed laws. Senate
Roman leader that controls laws and wars and has absolute power for six months. Dictator
Elected by plebeians to help protect their rights. Tribunes
Roman officials elected each year in charge of the government and army. Consuls
Military units that Romans were organized into in the army. Legions
Three wars between Rome and Carthage from 264 to 146 B.C. Rome defeated Carthage and it became a new roman Province. Plutonic Wars
Carthaginian general that used 50,000 soldiers and 60 elephants to invade Italy. Hannibal
Indo-Europeans that settled in Greece in 2000 B.C. Mycenaeans
War fought between Trojans and Mycenaeans, Greeks won due to the Trojan horse they sent filled with soldiers. Trojan War
Type of Greek poem about heroic deeds. The poems were usually told and the most famous was The Iliad. Epic
Stories told in ancient Greece that tried to explain the mysteries of life and were passed down through generations. Myths
Includes a Greek city and it’s surrounding villages, also called a city-state. Polis
Rule by a king. Monarchy
Wars fought between Greece and Persian Empire. Greece defeated Persia and their city-states became provinces of Athens. Persian Wars
Tutored by Plato, became king of Macedon and built an enormous empire. Alexander the Great
Temple built to honor Athena. Includes a large 30 foot statue of the goddess. Parthenon
Citizens rule directly, not through representatives. Part of Pericles’ plan. Direct Democracy

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Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity Crossword

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a representation of the people republic
the general that led the Carthaginian army over the Alps Hannibal
forced the Roman Senate to make him Dictator Julius Ceasar
Caesar's Chief general Marcus Antonius
the last pharoh Cleopatra
Caesar's grandnephew Gaius Octavius
the major racing and military chariot center of Rome Circus Maximum
held public events including gladiator fights Coliseum
civilization that is a blend of Greek, Hellenistic and Roman achievements Greco-Roman
the founder of Christianity Jesus
those who spread the word of Jesus Apostles
Christians who were persecuted and died for their beliefs Martyrs
the two key leaders that made up the executive branch of Rome in 509 BC Consuls
translated from Latin to English as Roman Peace Pax Romana
trading network that connect China, Rome, and many other ancient civilizations silk road
emperor who divided Rome into two parts Diocletian
Emporer who built a new capital in Constatinople Constantine
an aristocrat or nobleman patrician
common folks plebian
an artificial channel for conveying water aqueduct

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roman republic Crossword

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market place or public square of ancient roman city forum
republic a state in which the supreme power rest in the body of citizens entitled to vote and exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them republic
roman general and statesman dictator cincinnatus
founder of rome in 753 b.c. and king he and his brother were abandoned as babies romulus
an official appointed by the government of one country to look after commercial interest and the welfare of it citizens in another country consuls
great hero from troy who formed an alliance with the latins in Italy aeneas
citizens of rome who were noble and power and could be elected to office patricians
roman officals who were judged, financials, and organizers of games and festivals magistrates
groups of 6,000 roman soldiers legions
former roman soldiers who led thousands of slaves in a fight for freedom spartacus
an italic language spoken in ancient rome established as the official language of the roman empire latin
belonging to ancient roman plebs plebeian
a person exercising absolute power, especially a ruler who has absolute power dictator
killed by twin brother for mocking fortifications of rome remus
the power or right veste in one branch of government to cancel or postpone decisions veto

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Ancient Rome Vocabulary Review- Crossword

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

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Ancient Rome Word Search

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pantheon
colosseum
aqueduct
paxromana
cleopatra
markantony
octavian
juliuscaesar
triumvirate
spartacus
carthage
ally
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punicwar
tribunes
plebeians
consul
representatives
republic
patricians
jesus
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