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another name for torrid zone
Tropics
first emperor of Rome
Augustus Ceasar
point on a mountain above which there is snow all year long
snow line
man who prophesied a powerful kingdom that would be "strong as iron"
Daniel
climate found on high mountains
highlands
Roman leader who "crossed the Rubicon"
Julius Caesar
point on a mountain beyond which trees cannot grow
timber line
common people of Rome
plebeians
general who led horses and elephants across the Alps in an attack on Rome
Hannibal
rulers with equal power who each ruled for one year
Roman consuls
oldest and wisest of men of Rome
Senate
ruler of the Holy Land at the time of Christ's birth
Augustus Caesar
government-sponsored count fo the people in a province
census
France's name at the time of the Roman Empire
Gaul
culture that influenced Romans the most
Greek
"all roads lead to..."
Rome
largest mountain system in Europe
Alps
man who has complete governing power in a country
dictator
"City of the Seven Hills"
rome
language of the Romans
Latin
Rome's first province in Asia
Pergamum
the 200 years of peace at the beginning of the Roman Empire
Pax Romana
North African city Rome eventually destroyed
Carthage
name of the three wars that Rome fought against a city in North Africa
Punic Wars
outer garment and sign of Roman citizenship
toga
transported fresh water to Roman cities
aqueduct
located in teh center of wealthy Romans' homes
atrium
spread on the land around Carthage
salt
used to provide lasting strength to roman buildings
concrete
Name and find the following locations on a map
Aegean Sea, North Sea, Baltic Sea, Norwegian Sea, Danube River, Rhine River, Matterhorn, Thames River, Mt. Elbrus, Volga River
Be able to give as many details as you can about the "Legend of the founding of Rome".
study page 236
Be able to tell about the Punic Wars.
study pages 239-240
Be able to tell about the rise and rule of Julius Caesar.
study pages 241-242