|What is an Amphitheater?
|An elliptical space surrounded by tiers of seats
|What is an aqueduct?
|Arch like walls that move fresh water into Rome
|What is an Arch?
|An upsidown curve
|What is a Camber?
|The road angle that allows rain drainage
|What is the Capitolium?
|A temple dedicated to Jupiter, the chief god of the Roman state
|What are the centuries?
|A army of 80 men of 10 contubernia
|What is Christianity?
|A religion that believes Jesus is the one God
|What was Circus Maximus?
|A long race track with starting gates at one end and a central area that chariots raced around
|What are some examples of Rome being codified?
|The Twelve Tablets of laws
|What is a Cohort?
|An army of Six centuries, adding up 480 men
|What is the Colosseum?
|A large amphitheatre that held gladiator battles
|What are the consuls?
|They are the chief magistrates of the Roman State
|What is a Contubernia?
|A squad of 8 men
|What is a Etruscan?
|A person/colony that occupied Rome originally
|What is a Forum?
|Who is Gauis Marius?
|A military informer, gave back soldiers their land
|Who were the Gauls?
|People living North of Rome, they're now French
|What is a Gladiator?
|A person who fought another for the entertainment of the public
|What does Pax Romana signify?
|The Roman Empire's 200 years of peace
|What is a theatre?
|A semi-circle like structure with a dance floor, a stage, and a backdrop
|What is the Pantheon?
|A beautiful building created by Hadrian. This building was originally used as a temple but then it was transformed into a church. Advancement in archetecture
|What is the Curia?
|The Senate house
|Who was Hannibal?
|He was a Punic military commander from Carthage
|Who is Julius Caesar?
|First Emperor of Rome and the Empire loved him to the point where they wanted him eternal emperor
|Why does monarchy relate to the Roman Empire?
|The Etruscan's we're ruled by a Monarchy
|What does Paterfamilias mean?
|A father who is the head of a clan
|What is a Praetor?
|A person who is under the consul, their job is administrative. So judicial
|Wars against Carthage, Two wars lasted 264-261 BC and 216-202 BC
|What is the SPQR
|Senatus Populusque Romanus (the Senate and People of Rome). A government that meant to rule with people but in the end actually didn't
|Who was Tiberius Gracchus?
|A Roman politician who wanted to give wealth to the poor, was murdered in the end.
|What does Triumvirate mean?
|Leadership of 3 or more, this happened in Rome when the land mass was to large.