The Romans were the first people to invent and use __________, a mixture of volcanic ash, lime, and water.
The language of the Romans, __________, was the basis of many modern European languages.
Most __________ were enslaved people, criminals, or poor people who fought animals and each other in order to entertain others.
A gladiator named __________ led a slave revolt against the Romans that lasted two years.
A terrible __________ killed one out of every ten people in the Roman Empire.
After he decided the empire was too large to manage, __________ divided the Roman Empire into four parts.
After conquering Rome, the Germanic rulers adopted the Roman language, laws, and __________.
The Visigoth victory over the Roman legions at the Battle of Adrianople was important because it __________.
|A)||weakened the Germanic army|
|B)||strengthened the Romans will to fight|
|C)||scared the other Germanic tribes|
|D)||convinced the other Germanic tribes that Rome could be defeated|
The _____influenced the laws of almost every European country.
A person who stands in for a ruler is called a _____.