Cultural questions - 1 When was Rome founded 753 BCE 2 When was Rome destroyed 476 CE 3 Why did the Jews not die from the plague they had cats 4

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1) When was Rome founded? 753 BCE 2) When was Rome destroyed 476 CE 3) Why did the Jews not die from the plague? they had cats 4) What were the major carriers of the plague A) cats fleas 5) What was the mortality rate of Europe during the plague. 40% 6) When did the romans split the empire into two. 300 BCE 7) Who ended persecution of Christians Constantine 8) Who was the first Roman emperor Augustus Caesar 9) Which emperor was a philosopher Marcus Aurelius 10) Who was Constantine’s mother saint Helena 11) What name did Constantine give to the new capital of the eastern roman empire.B) Constantinople 12) 12)when did the Byzantine empire fall 1453 CE 13) who burned Rome and blamed the Christians Nero 14) what word means the combining of different forms of religious beliefs and practices. syncretism 15)what word means a body of laws or principles that are believed to be derived from nature and binding on human society and that constitute a higher form of justice than civil or judicial law. natural law
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Tranel during the Summer '97 term at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

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Cultural questions - 1 When was Rome founded 753 BCE 2 When was Rome destroyed 476 CE 3 Why did the Jews not die from the plague they had cats 4

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