Jerome_____________ heresy denying Christ’s divinity_____________ father of Christian monasticism_____________ accused Christians of burning Rome
Chief magistrates of the ancient Roman Republic; now an official appointed by his government to live in a foreign city.
Person of noble birth; aristocrat
Having to do with common people
Officials of ancient Rome, now any government official appointed to defend people and their rights.
A artificial channel or large pipe for transporting water over long distances.
Disorder and confusion. Absence of government and law.
A soldier that serves in a foreign army for pay
A monk who is chosen as head of a monastery
Heresy named after Arius, a Greek priest who taught that Christ was not eternally God with the Father.
Originally, a Roman district. In the middle ages, a district ruled by a bishop.
A person who holds beliefs contrary to church doctrines
A person that goes away from other people, and lives alone, often for religious reasons.
Archbishop who presides over a church province
Highest ranking bishop in the Eastern or early Roman Catholic Church.
Monks or religious men who followed a rule and took vows.
Priests, bishops, and other church officials who were not bound by either a rule or by vows.
District under bishop’s authority
The three historical divisions of the Roman history are:
Empire, Pre-Republic, and Republic
Two brothers who, according to legend, are responsible for the founding of Rome were:
Romulus and Remus
The lifestyle of ancient Romans centered around the:
Romans practiced __________, meaning that a man married only one woman.
The Twelve Tables were a written set of:
The number of Punic Wars was:
Rome’s adversary in the Punic Wars was:
Before he became dictator of Rome, Julius Caesar was a famous:
Caesar was killed because of his belief in:
Rome borrowed much of its architecture from:
Circuses and bloody games were held in the Roman:
The work of the Senate was held in the ___________ in Rome.
Romans learned to carry huge amounts of water by building:
What two men ruled Rome after Julius Caesar’s death?
Octavian and Mark Antony
Mark Antony married Cleopatra, who was the queen of:
At the height of trade in the empire, materials were imported from:
China and India
Pax Romana refers to an extraordinary ___________ years of peace for Rome.
____________ murderer; accused of setting fire to Rome._________ insane_________ defeated Antony and Cleopatra_________ scholar, philosopher, and soldier_________ built a defensive wall in Britain
Why was Nero so famous?
He murdered many peopleHe was accused of burning Rome in A.D. 64He persecuted Christians
Three conditions which led to a decline in the empire after A.D. 180 were:
leadership dispute, decline in trade hurt the economy, and mercenaries hired
Literature in Rome declined after the death of the emperor:
The original basis of most legal systems today is Roman law.
Mercenaries are soldiers who fight for:
French, Italian, and Spanish languages and many English words are based upon the _________ language.
Diocletian tried to restore the economy with:
taxation and price controls
The most significant event of the Roman period was the birth, life, and death of Jesus Christ.
Not much has been written about the boyhood of Jesus.
Jesus was betrayed by Judas Iscariot, one of his own disciples.
Jesus was crucified by the Roman officials against the will of the people themselves.
Saul was an enthusiastic Christian from the beginning of his life; and his faith never wavered.
Paul took the gospel as far as Greece and Rome.
The gospel is a true account of historical events.
Inadequate trade routes and poor highway systems made it difficult for early Christians to spread the gospel.
Rome’s attitude toward Christians up to the time of Nero was:
After the Nicene Creed, people began to believe that Jesus was the son of God.
_____________ A.D. 313_____________ St.
Edict of Milanthe VulgateArianism Anthony of EgyptNero
The decline of the Roman Empire contributed to the expansion of Christianity.