Flashcards in Year 7 AP Humanities Ancient Rome And China Deck (24)
All non-patricians of Rome
A system of government in which the head of the state is not a monarch
A ruler who rules because it was their birthright from being part of a royal family
The myth that Romans used to explain their origin
Romulus and Remus
The myth of Romulus and Remus
Their family abandoned them and a wolf called Lupa raised them. Romulus killed Remus and became the founder of Rome.
The King of the Roman gods
Jupiter also known as Zeus.
A powerful city that was a rival to Rome located in North Africa
The plain where the Romans originated
The people who enslaved the Romans in early time
The powerful general from Carthage who used Elephants
Goods from war
Members of aristocratic families that founded the Republic of Rome
Why did the Romans see Christianity as a threat
Because they refused to pay homage to the emperor, only their own god.
The non patrician people of Rome
A structure used to carry water over long distances. It was in the form of a bridge.
England, France, parts of Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Moracco, Turkey, Belgium,
The reason Rome fell
The involvement of Roman army legions in civil wars reduced Rome’s ability to hold its frontiers.
One who studies the fundamental principles and causes of things
He had, however, turned a group of rival states into an empire and created a central system of government that lasted until the twentieth century.
Four great inventions of ancient China were the compass, paper, printing and gunpowder. These inventions encouraged human advances in education and exploration.
a medical practice in which long, sharp needles are inserted under the skin as a means of diagnosing, relieving or curing illness
Four great inventions of ancient China were the compass, paper, printing and gunpowder. These inventions encouraged human advances in education an