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Rome/Greek vocabulary

The spreading of Greek culture
The place where the Greek gods live
A Greek city-state in which war was the main focus
A person who gains control by fear and force in Greece.
A group of land where only the city is and nothing else
The power to not allow a law of government action to be used.
A government where a specific group of people could rule, such as the rich or the smart.
A Greek city-state in which beauty, arts, and architecture
superior beings who have power over the earth
A group of land where the city and surrounding land are included
A member of the lowest class
A city that Constantine made the capital of Rome. Named after himself
A representative elected by the plebeians to make their laws.
The place where the souls of the dead go. The place where the Greek god Hades rule
A person who thinks about various things
A building built in Athena's honor. The person who ordered it being built was Pericles
A building in which Romans watched battles. It was a stadium
In Rome, this person was appointed by the republic and elected by the senate. he has full control of the empire for only 6 months.
a man who conquered land and became the first dictator for life destroying the republic and making it an empire
A philosopher who questioned democracy. He thought only the intelligent should rule (including women)
A member in the upper class in Ancient Rome.
Believing in many gods.
A government where the officials are elected by com people.
A government where a king or queen rule.
A government where the people rule.
A scientist who created various types of sciences such as anatomy, zoology, and physics
Stories which told the adventures of heroes, gods, and demigods
5,000 soldiers grouped in one unit. Used in Rome.
A group of people who command and direct the government. they serve for only one year.
A philosopher who questioned the gods. He said that things that happened in the natural world happened because of natural events.