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World History: Societies of the Past (Rome 152-155) Name: __________ ( /24)

H. Adams

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4.unlike today, this was considered a polite thing to do at the dinner table
5.Large, multi-storey apartment blocks were known as ____.
8.Romans didn't eat with this common modern utensil.
9.word meaning "teacher"/Greek scholar"
10.the oldest living father in a Roman household was called the "____familias"
13.sauce made from fish entrails
14.on a toga, the colour of the high priest's band
16.The colour of this person's toga was purple.
17.Eventually apartments weren't allowed to me more than ___ stories high.
21.six legions consisted of this many thousand men (word has hyphen)
22.famous runaway slave who led a slave revolt
23.the main road leading into Rome
24.Wearing a toga ____ was the sign of adulthood and citizenship.
1.word meaning "shoemaker"
2.this social class included tradespeople, small farmers, and labourers
3.most hazardous season for travelling on the Mediterranean Sea
6.After the slave revolt, 6,000 slaves were _____ as a warning to other slaves.
7.women wore these overtop their tunics
11.name given to powerful or wealthy non-Romans (foreigners)
12.taken every five years for taxation purposes or to assess military strength (hint: head count)
15.social class that dominated the government and economic life of Rome
18.hot water mixed with wine, for special occasions
19.word meaning "central courtyard"
20.Romans owned more of these than any other people in history.

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