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  1. when did the monarchy era begin and end
    753 b.c. to 509 b.c.
  2. who was the first king
    romulus
  3. who was the last king
    tarquinius Superbus
  4. how many kings were there
    7
  5. what was the fasces
    symbolized the king
  6. what is the era for the republic
    509 b.c. to 27 b.c.
  7. who started the republic
    brutus
  8. who ruled the republic
    consuls
  9. what era was empire
    27 b.c. to 476 a.d.
  10. who started empire
    octavian, augustus ceaser
  11. who were augustus, cladius, tiberius, caligua, nero, trajan, adrain, constantine
    famous emperors
  12. romulus Augustus?
    last empoerer
  13. what was the senate
    most powerful body that existed in alll threee eras
  14. what does SPQR stand for
    • (Senatus populusque romanus)
    • the senate and the roman people
  15. what was the course of offices which was the order for various offfices of high posiion
    Cursus Honorum
  16. what were consuls
    there were two who ruled for one year and were chief executives
  17. what were judges
    praetor
  18. who were public treasuries
    qaestor
  19. who was in charge of public games, amusements, public works, markets, streets etc
    aedile
  20. who founded rome and on which hill
    romulus in 753 b.c. on capitoline hill
  21. what was the area where rome was situated
    latium
  22. what was romes outlet to the sea
    ostia
  23. what was forum
    marketplace that contained law courts, senate house, and speakers platform
  24. what were law courts
    basilica
  25. what was the senate house
    curia
  26. what was the speakers platform
    rostra
  27. what is the via appia
    connected rome and brundisium
  28. what was the spacious front hall
    atrium
  29. what was the opening in the ceiling of the atrium
    compluvim
  30. what was marble basin to catch rainwater from opening
    impluvium
  31. what was study or office
    tablinum
  32. what was open courtyard
    peristylium
  33. what was dining room
    triclinium
  34. what is bedroom
    cubiculum
  35. what is kitchen
    culina
  36. what is bath
    therame
  37. what were country homes
    villae
  38. apartment houses
    insulae
  39. what is praenomen
    our given name comes first
  40. what is nomen
    family name
  41. what is cognomen
    branch of the gens
  42. what did men normally where
    tunica
  43. what was the formal garment of roman citizens
    toga
  44. what was the pure white toga worn by a man seeking public office
    toga candida
  45. what did women wear over a tunic
    stolla/ palla
  46. what was the toga for children
    toga praetexta
  47. what were normal shoes
    sandals
  48. what was light breakfast
    ientaculum
  49. what was lunch
    prandium
  50. what was dinner
    cena
  51. what was great amplitheater where gladiators fought
    colesseum
  52. what was used for chariot races
    circus maximus
  53. what was dividing wall around chariots
    spina
  54. what was area for military training
    campus martius
  55. what was chief priest called
    pontifex maximus
  56. which roman and greek gods were king of gods
    jupiter/zeus
  57. queen of gods
    juno/hera
  58. messenger of gods
    mercury/hermes
  59. god fo war
    mars/ares
  60. god of sea
    neptune/poseidon
  61. god of harvest
    saturn/cronus
  62. god of sun song and prophecy
    apollo/apollo
  63. god of fire
    vulcan/hephaestus
  64. god of wine
    bacchus/dionysus
  65. god of love
    cupid/eros
  66. goddesses of love and beauty
    venus/aphrodite
  67. goddesses of wisdom
    minerva/athena
  68. goddesses of the chase and moon
    diana/artemis
  69. goddesses pf agriculture
    ceres/demeter
  70. goddesses ofthe hearth
    vesta/hestia
  71. god of beginnings and doorways and deoicted wiht two faces
    janus
  72. gods of the household
    lares and penates
  73. who is Aenas
    ancestor of romulus who was trojan leader
  74. who is brutus
    rome's first consul
  75. who is cincinnatus
    roman farmer/patriot who defeated an enemy but returned to farming instead of ruling
  76. who were the Gracchi brothers gaius and tiberius
    tribunes of people
  77. who was horatius
    defended bridge over tiber from etruscans
  78. who was mucius scaevola
    roman patroit who burnt his hand
  79. who were baucis and philemon
    old couple who helped jupiter and mercury
  80. who were ceres and proserpina
    proserpina is in undreworld for one third of year
  81. who were daedalus and icarus
    flight with wings but icarus flew to close to sun and died
  82. who were orpheus and eurydice
    orpheus went to hades to save wife but looked back and lost her
  83. who were perseus and andromeda
    slew a sea monster and married the girl he saved
  84. who wer pyramus and thisbe
    famous lovers that romeo and juliet were based off of
  85. what is ad nauseum
    point of disgust
  86. college
    alma mater
  87. art for art's sake
    ars atis gratia
  88. in good faith
    bona fide
  89. seize the day
    carpe diem
  90. beware of the dog
    cave canem
  91. with a grain of salt
    cum grano salis
  92. in fact
    de facto
  93. by right
    de jure
  94. to err is human
    errare humanum est
  95. by virtue of office
    ex officio
  96. make haste slowly
    festina lente
  97. in absence
    in absentia
  98. into the midst of things
    in medias res
  99. by the very fact itself
    ipso facto
  100. a slip of the tongue
    lapsus linguae
  101. a sound mind in a sound body
    mens sana in corpore sano
  102. father of his country
    pater patriae
  103. peace be with you
    pax vobiscum
  104. by the year
    per annum
  105. by heads
    per capita
  106. the day
    per diem
  107. by itself
    per se
  108. an unwelcome person
    persona non grata
  109. for an against
    pro and contra
  110. for the time being
    pro tempore
  111. something for something
    quid pro quo
  112. always faithful
    semper fidelis
  113. always prepared
    semper paratus
  114. indefinetly
    sine die
  115. indispensable
    sine qua non
  116. time flies
    tempus fugit
  117. word for word
    verbatim
  118. A.D.
    anno domini in the day of our lord
  119. A.M.
    ante meridiem before noon
  120. e.g.
    exempli gratia for example
  121. et al.
    et alii and others
  122. etc.
    et cetera and the rest
  123. i.e.
    id est, that is
  124. n.b.
    nota bene note well
  125. p.m.
    post meridiem after noon
  126. p.s.
    post scriptum post script
  127. vs.
    versus against

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