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Attila

The Leader of the Huns

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Alaric

Leader of the Visigoths

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Mt. Vesuvius

A volcano the buried the city of Pompeii

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Pompeii

City burned by Mount Vesuvius

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Byzantium

The site where Constantine built his new capital called Constantinople

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Constantinople

Constantine's new Roman capital

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Adrianople

Where the Visigoth army gave the Roman army one of its worst defeats

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Claudian emperors

For descendants of Cesar Gustus ruled from A.D 14 to 68

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Flavian emperors

Vespasian and his descendants who ruled from A.D. 69 to 96

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Five good emperors

Emperors from A.D. 96 to 180 who were selected for their ability and Were specially trained

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Edict of Milan

Encourage the policy of toleration that made being a Christian no longer crime

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Sunna, Woden, Thor

German gods whose names were used for Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday

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A.D. 70

Titus captures Jerusalem and destroys the temple

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A.D. 313

Constantine issues edict of Milan

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A.D. 395

Theodosius divides the Roman empire

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Gentiles

Non-Jews

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Diotrephes

The church leader who love to have preeminence and who put himself about God's word

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Irenaeus

The church leader in gaul who said everyone in the church must agree with the church of Rome

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Marsilius

The man who would not blindly accept the teachings of the Roman church, but instead knew that all the leaves must be measured against the absolute truth of God's word

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Leo I

The man who went out to meet Attila the Hun from Asia to persuade the invaders not to attack Rome

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Gelasius

The pope who said that, it matters relating to God, leaders of the church oare supreme over all human rulers

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Jerusalem

Where the first Christian church was located

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Middle Ages

The period after the collapse of the Roman empire

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Apostles

The 12 man who had first-hand knowledge of Jesus and whom God sent out to preach the gospel

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Koine

The most common form of the Greek language; used for writing the new testament

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Church

An assembly or body of people

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Judaism

The religion of the Jews

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Deacon

Comes from the Greek word for servant

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Bishop

Comes from the Greek term meaning overseer or superintendent

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Catholic

Means universal or one