A place where they held the chariot races and some

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A place where they held the chariot races and some animal hunts Chariot Races, factions, strategy Four factions White, blues, greens, reds Blue and greens are major league Whites and a red are minor leagues You are racing for your team, not to yourself Revenue was high since lots of gambling Strategy was to have the white and red team to run into the major leagues Triclinium Dining rooms, three couches surrounding a table where the slaves brought out food Women would sit and men would recline Multiple courses and no utensils and entertained by recitations Garum Fish sauce It is graded The finest is the most expensive Salt is expensive and it is fixed in a monopoly. Has to be mined or taken out of the sea Roman Food, wrote by Apicius Libum—cake made out of cheese used for religious ceremonies Stuffed Dormouse—a mouse that you stuff it with food like pork and small pieces of meat and silphium (extinct since they thought it had contraceptive methods) roast it or boil in a pot and you eat
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Baths of Neptune, Ostia, Hadrianic Baths, Lepcis Magna Got larger over time Heated by Hypocausts A heating system beneath the floor where columns of bricks that go underneath the floor and allow a passage of air linked in a furnace that hot air is drawn in through the walls. Timgad City Grid Laid out like a military camp Everything set up the same so you know where what is in every city Designed by Trajan Orthogonal Plan All the streets are perpendicular to each other Hadrian Wall In Northern England Small little forts every roman mile 14-17 full sized forts with 500-1000 people Wasn’t military. It was a custom post and tax things that went in and out Theories about Romanization Assimilation into roman culture In reality, Romans take these cultures and shaping the empire. Lepcis Magna Originally a Carthaginian trading station
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Natural Harbor Inscriptions were in Latin and Neo-punic Important because it positioned the people of two different spheres of influence, both Latin and their local world. Ephesos A roman province in Asia, now turkey Library of Celsus AD 117-120 Jewish Wars Kitos War Revolt of Jews against Greek and Romans, Trajan settled it Bar Kochba Revolt Hadrian wants to rebuilt Jeruselum, but in Roman Style Hadrian kills 500,000 Jews in battle Start of Diaspora Features of Christianity Monotheistic Ethical code of morals Separated baptized and nonbaptized Had a internal organization Central Texts Conflicts with Roman Officials Sacrifices to Emperor
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Christians met in secret Calling each other brother and sisters and eating babies Persecutions of Christians Were blamed for the fire Seizure of clergymen of their houses Pliny’s letter to Trajan. Trajan’s reply. Basically don’t ask don’t tell Tertullian Wrote, “if you’re not searching them out and they’re not doing anything wrong so why are you convicting them when they are brought before you?” If they have committed a crime, why are you not searching them out?
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