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What denies views of trinity?
Arianism
Who created Arianism?
Arius
What were some of the Reforms of Augustus?
subordinates army to himself, 3000 man roman police force, low taxes to encourage productivity, Rebuilds Rome.
What does pax Romana mean and who created it?
Roman Peace, Augustus.
What were some of the problems in Rome.
soil erosion leads to displaced farmers which incraeses number of poor in cities,
what were some of the economic problems in Rome?
labor shortage, debased coinage, chaotic prices, turns into a barter economy, crushing taxes
What were some of the political problems in Rome?
26 emperors between A.d. 235 and 283 ( only one died of natural causes), no clear method of transferring political power.
who is responsible for the tetrarchy?
Dioletian
A tetrarchy is a government of how many men?
four
How is a tetrarchy set up?
2 Augusti and 2 Caesar.
In a tetrarchy who assists who.
Caesar assists Augusti
Where does Dioletian move the capital to?
Nicaea
Who created the price edict?
Dioletian
What is Dioletian's price edict?
maximum legal prices for goods and salaries
Why is a price edict put in place?
Government is strictly controlling the economy
Who makes Sunday a mandatory day of rest and convenes the council of Nicaea
Constantine
Moves capital to Byzantium?
Constantine
What is the new capital at Byzantium named?
Constantinople
What did the Edict of Milan declare?
That Rome would would be neutral with regard to religious worship
A colonate was a what?
Involuntary farmer for life.
Curiales were what?
Soldier farmers
Who were stationed out on the frontier and guard the frontier and on their off time they farm.
Curiales
Who was pushed west by Huns and settled in Balkans
Visgoths
Visigoths defeat romans in 378, kill Emperor Valens
Adrianople
Who was the king of the Visgoths?
Theodoric
ferocious group coming in from central asia that pushed visgoths west
Huns
political district-village-state about the size of a county.
-governed by all free (male) citizens, led by aristocracy
Pagus