Flashcards in Test 10, Chapter 11 Deck (32):
first emperor of Rome
man who prophesied a powerful kingdom that would be "strong as iron"
Roman leader who "crossed the Rubicon"
common people of Rome
oldest and wisest men of Rome
general who led horses and elephants across the Alps in an attack on Rome
The ruler of the Holy Land at the time of Christ's birth was
At the time of the Roman Empire, France was called
The island at the "toe" of the Apennine Peninsula is
Roman rulers with equal power who each ruled for one year were called
a point on a mountain beyond which trees cannot grow
the climate found on high mountains
the point on a mountain above which there is snow all year long
another name for the torrid zone
"All roads lead to ____"
A man who has absolute rule and controls all the country's major decisions is called a
The language of the Romans was
The 200 years of peace at the beginning of the Roman Empire is called the
The 3 wars that Rome fought against a city in North Africa were the
The North African city that Rome eventually destroyed was
After the Romans destroyed this city, they spread ____ on the surrounding land.
Rome's first province in Asia was
"City of Seven Hills" is another name for
The largest mountain system in Europe is the
The culture that influenced Romans the most was the _____ culture.
transported fresh water to Roman cities
a government-sponsored count of the people in a province
used to provide lasting strength to Roman buildings
located in the center of wealthy Romans' homes
an outer garment and a sign of Roman citizenship
Know the following on the map of Europe
Aegean Sea, Baltic Sea, Danube River, Matterhorn, Mt. Elbrus, North Sea, Norwegian Sea, Rhine River, Thames River, Volga River