Chapter 3 study guide

Chapter 3 study guide - Alley 1 Nicholas Alley Professor...

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Alley 1 Nicholas Alley Professor Clarke HUMA 1301 C06 2-12-06 Chapter three Study guide 1. In addition to the original Latins, the Phoenicians, Greeks, and Etruscans contributed significantly to Roman history. The Etruscans gave the Romans their urban platting, chariot racing, the toga, bronze and gold crafting, and most importantly, the arch structure. The Romans got the gods and goddesses, linguistics and literary principles, and the aesthetics of classical style from the Greeks. Phoenicians are not specifically mentioned. 2. 3. The Roman Empire was pretty big (every coastal region along the Mediterranean Sea). The people that they conquered were given Roman citizenship, were able to keep their local customs and government, and were given paved roads, freshwater aqueducts, bridges. But they were forced to pay taxes and serve in the army as well.
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Alley 2 4. Pax Romana means “Peace and stability” This was an era during Augustus’s rule after Caesar’s assassination . 5.
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