Level 34 Level 36
66 words 0 ignored
Ready to learn Ready to review
Check the boxes below to ignore/unignore words, then click save at the bottom. Ignored words will never appear in any learning session.
a pipe or raised channel built to carry water over a long distance
to fail suddenly and completely
a disagreement or fight caused by opposing points of view
Who was the first Christian emperor of the Roman world?
a pattern of illegal or immoral activities by government officials
a slow breakdown or failure
a written work containing information
a kingdom that rules several other lands
Picture made from colored stones or tiles
The study of human thought about the meaning of life and the natural world
a popular saying meant to express something wise or true
an empire established by Augustus in 27 BC and divided in AD 395 into the Western Roman Empire and the Eastern or Byzantine Empire
a person trained to write or copy documents by hand
one of a kind
Fighting among private armies.
Which method was commonly used to choose a new Roman emperor?
What made the empire hard to defend as it grew?
The could not compete with large landowners who had slaves.
In the later empire, why did large numbers of Roman small farmers move to the cities?
What protected the borders of the Roman Empire?
What even occurred in 330 C.E?
The Roman capital moves to Byzantium.
Whose action reduced the importance of the city of Rome within the Roman Empire?
Germanic tribes overthrew the last emperor in the west.
What event marked the fall of Rome in 476 C.E?
Lifelike statues of famous people.
What type of Roman sculpture inspired some American artists?
Which term describes Roman artwork made from small pieces of tile, glass or colored stone?
They have arches and columns.
How can you tell a Roman structure from structures of other countries?
The Romans built aqueducts to carry
Which engineering frat connected the city of Rome with territory throughout the empire?
French and Spanish.
Which languages are most closely related to Latin?
Prefixes and roots.
Which of the following describes how Latin most influences modern English?
Courage and self-control.
Which of these traits did the Stoics value most?
Citizens have certain rights and responsibilities.
Which feature of American democracy comes from the Romans?
A Roman public meeting place
father of the family Head of household in Ancient Rome
fast food stands of ancient Rome, selling various foods quickly and easily to many people, usually simple.
Central room in Wealthy Roman homes
An ancient harp used by ancient Romans
A pointed tool for writing or drawing or engraving
A large stadium in ancient Rome where athletic events took place
a Roman outdoor arena in which public games, such as chariot races, were held
Etruscan sporting event involving horses and chariots
Was a factor in the division of people as a factor of the fall of Rome
Roman ruler who ruled a province
Anointed king sent by God
Term meaning "good news". Usually refers to the 4 Gospels found in the New Testament.
A person who proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ. "The four Evangelists" refers to the authors of the four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Ritual by which a person is welcomed into Christianity
Based on a word for "service," a way of caring for and serving others and helping the Church fulfill its mission. Ministry especially refers to the work of sanctification performed by those in Holy Or…
someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
A metaphor or simile drawn from nature or common life and told in a simple story or riddle; it uses comparisons to teach
A type of execution in which a person was nailed to a cross
(New Testament) the rising of Christ on the third day after the Crucifixion
Someone who goes out to spread a religious message
Love for one's country
songs of praise to God
A continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after its division in 395
Capital city of the Eastern Roman Empire
The cultural mixing of both ancient Greek and Roman traditions.
A way (technique) of painting a mural where the artist paints on top of a layer of fresh, wet plaster. The painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel is one of these.
People that encourage artists to create and support the artists financially.
The revival of ancient learning and the supplanting of traditional religious beliefs by new secular and scientific values that began in Italy in the 14th and 15th centuries.
gem carved to show a portrait
An arched structure used to hold up a ceiling or roof
Domed temple that honors many Roman gods
Arc de Triomphe
Monument commemorating Napoleon's victories; built in 1836 and reminded people of Napoleon's legacy, allowing LP Bonaparte to get elected.
(philosophy) the philosophical system of the Stoics following the teachings of the ancient Greek philosopher Zeno
161-180. Stoic philosopher. Wrote Meditations, a collection of his thoughts.