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Latins

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People from an area in what is now the country of Italy, which was then called Latium.
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my aunt is a latian because she lives in Itly.
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Palatine
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http://www.rome-tour.co.uk/palatine_hill.htm
By: Maggie S.
One of the seven hills that makes up Rome.
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Rome was said to have originated on the hill in the middle of Italy, the Palatine Hill.
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cuniculus
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Invented by the Etruscans', an irrigation system.
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A cuniculus was a god idea for a irrigation system that the Etrucans invented.
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gladiators
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http://library.thinkquest.org/06aug/00418/gladiators_2.jpg
By: Maggie S.
People who are trained to fight till death.
Maggie S.
The Gladiators in Rome would fight each other in the Roman Stadiums. They could also fight Animals for Gladiator fights.
By: Maggie S.
republic
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When people elect leaders as a form of Government.
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We have a republic because we elect our president.
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patricians
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http://historylink102.com/Rome/roman-patricians.htm
A man who held power in the Roman Republic.
Maggie S.
The Patricians held the power and got all the say in government.
Maggie S.
plebians
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A person in the Roman Republic that had no say in government.
Abby P.
Plebian is much like a slave or a non ciiizen.
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empire
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http://library.thinkquest.org/10805/media/romanmap.gif
Maggie S.
A territory that is large and has a single leader that rules seven groups of people.
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The Roman Empire had 4 big expansions.
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expansion
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The process of becoming larger.
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when i grow my body is an example of an expanision.
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civil war
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http://www.usu.edu/markdamen/ClasDram/images/12/18pompey1.jpg
http://www.bible-history.com/archaeology/rome/julius-caesar-general-dictator-bust.jpg
Pompey and Caesar had a civil war.
Maggie S.
A war fought between regions of the same country.
Maggie S.
A civil war would be when Pompey and Julius Caesar had a fight.
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Punic Wars
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3 wars between the Romans and the Carthage
Abby p
the ramans and the cartherge must of had many disagrements that led to the piunic wars
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legacy
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http://z.about.com/d/ancienthistory/1/0/Y/c/2/48325534_7f0a3887d3_o.jpg
From one culture to another, a contribution.
Maggie S.
A legacy of ancient Rome was the Christian religion.
Maggie S.
Greco-Roman
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Roman art with a Greek influence.
Abby P.
greco is when a roman make some art but they get som ideas of how to make it by looking at greek art.
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Renaissance
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http://www.spraypaintstencils.com/alphabetstencils/alphabet-stencil.gif
A rebirth of interest and accomplishments in art, literature, and learning that happened in the 14th century of Europe.
Maggie S.
In this Renaissance, people greatly appreciate art, literature, and learning.
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vault
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A arch holding up a ceiling
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vaults are very inmportant part of a building because it holds alot ot the weight.
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dome
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http://www.emis.de/journals/NNJ/images_number1/conf_reps-v6n1-Ros02.jpg
A building with a half-rounded shaped roof.
Maggie S.
The Romans built the dome off of the shape of an arch.
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Colosseum
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an ancient amphitheater in Rome
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romans saw plays in colosseums
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Latin prefixes
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Semi is a Latin prefix-this is a semicircle
http://www.abcteach.com/basicshapes/images/semici4.gif
Maggie S.
A Latin prefix before an English word, that changes the meaning of the word.
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Some example of Latin prefixes are in, inter, post, re, and semi.
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Latin roots
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a base of a latin word.
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we use latin roots often.
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Roman numerals
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http://visual.merriam-webster.com/images/science/scientific-symbols/mathematics/roman-numerals.jpg
Maggie S.
Letters that represent numbers, the Romans used these in ancient Rome.
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Some examples of roman numerals are 1=I, 5=V, 10=X, 50=L, 100=C, 500=D, 1000=M.
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