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pax romana
time of no war
guarded the emperor
praetorian guard
taxes on imports
terraifs
makes coinage
augustus
starts road building
augustus
starts inheritance, tax on sale of slaves, tax on manumission of slaves
augustus
sucedes augustus,julian emperor
tiberius
nicknamed little boots, affair with sister
caligula
britain was added as a province, livea's grandson,julian emperor
claudius
blamed christians for roman fire, last julian emperor and the first year of 4 emperor
nero
4 emperors in 1 year
nero, galba, otho, vitelius
beginning of the flavian amphitheatre
vespasian
last rebels killed at
masada
colosseum is open, mt. vesuvius erupts
titus
first military raise, colosseum is complete, pontifex maximus
domitian
made low interest loans to farmers, aqeducts repaired, welfare, good emperor
nerva
first non-italian emperor, conquered dacia, first bridges over danube,conquers mesopotamia, good emperor
trajan
made law that prohibits head of the family to kill, pantheon is built, good emperor
hadrian
first beard, longest reign since augustus, good emperor
antoninus pius
wrote meditations, sends a representative to china, son is commodus, good emerpor
marcus aurelius
jesus's followers were called
disciples
persecutor to evangelist, wrote epistles, executed by nero
paul
refuses to accept emperor as a god and dies for that belief
martyr
where christians hid
catacombs
religious freedom
edict of milan
bishop's church
cathedral
several dioceses
province
rules a province
archbishop
areas where the church spreads
rome, constantinople, alexandria, antioch, jerusalem
7 sacraments
baptism, confirmation, holy eucharist,penance, extreme unction, martimony, ordination
holy trinity
father son and holy spirit
economic problems
inflation, balance of payment
trade associations
collegia
military problems
barbaric tribes, execution of emperor, expensice army
political problems
no one wants to be a public official, empire is about to collapse
delayed the end of the empire,doubles the army, son must go into father's trade, price controls
diocletian
lord and god
dominud et dues
capitol of west empire
milan
capitol of east empire
nicomedia
west assistant emperor
constantius
east assistant emperor
galerius
constantine vs. maxentius
battle of milvian bridge
edict of milan, moved capitol to byzantium,
constantine
rome and visigoth's leaders at the battle of adrianople
valens( rome) and fritzgern(visigoth)
who scares atilla off with the plague story
pope leo the first
guarded the emperor
praetorian guard
professional army
legion
joining of different cultures
cultural diffusion
coinage
denarius
wall between england and scotland
hadrian's wall
who killed jesus
pontius pilate
jesus was who to the christians
messiah
one of jesus's main disciple
peter
wrote the epistles
paul
associated with jews
judah maccabee
jewish holiday
hannukah
destroy the temple of solomon
zealots
led revolt in 130
simon bar kochba
elders/ deacons
leaders of the church
lowest level of the church
parish
several parishes
diocese
head of whole church
bishop
say that peter is the founder of roman church
petrine doctrine
accept authority of bishops
apostolic sucession
comes up with the holy trinity
arius of alexandria
made up by the council of nicea
nicene creed
economic, political, military problems
crisis of the 3rd century
military emperors
barrack emperors
capture emperor(valerians)and make him a slave
sassanians
huns vs. rome and visigoths
battle of chalon
most famous roman road
appenine way
circus maximus
chariot racing
hall of records
tabularium
courthouse
basilica julia
speakers platform
rosta
distances from rome are measured
umbilicus
temple to all gods
pantheonon
where senate meets
curia
physician
galen
wrote geography
ptolemy
teach geometry, oratory, astronomy, philosophy
rhetoric schools
"we are servants of the law so we might all be free"
cicero
bring water to city
aqueducts
wrote from the founding of rome
livy
wrote metamorphis
ovid
wrote aeneid
virgil
building material
concrete
duty,discipline, strength, moral integrity
stoic
intelligent pursue of happiness
epicureanism
where literature doesnt criticize
golden age