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Jesus of Nazareth
his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity
Mary and Joseph
The mother and father of Jesus Christ.
Roman Governer who sentenced Jesus to death
four books in the New Testament that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings
Jesus 12 followers. In greek it means " a person sent forth"
the 12 followers of Jesus
disciple of Jesus and leader of the apostles
Saul of Taurus
Apostle who gets vision of Jesus and changes his name to Paul; Spreads Jesus' ideas
Jews that rose up in armed rebellion against Rome on the Masada; were unsuccessful
the fortress where the zealots tried to go up against the Roman army
Person who presided over a priest, was a high church official responsible for everyone in his diocese
A bishop of Rome. began to claim authority over all other bishops
a church district under a bishop's authority
a small town near Jerusalem on the west bank of the Jordan River; where Jesus was born.
a historic town in northern Israel that is mentioned in the Gospels as the home of Joseph and Mary and where Jesus was raised.
a person who chooses to die for a cause he or she believes in
belief contrary to what the church believes
Emperor who set out to restore order after the end of the pax romana. He divided the empire into two part. The eastern of himself and the west for Maximian
Who was the first Christian emperor of the Roman world?
Capital city of the Eastern Roman Empire
Edict of Milan
Edict granted by the emperor Constantine. It granted freedom to worship to all citizens in the roman empire
a sustained increase in the price of goods and services over a period of time (think of an inflated balloon full of air)
Underground places of worship where christians could worship without being persecuted.
people who do not agree with church doctrine
A high ranking official of the Roman Catholic church
a person who performs religious rites (at a church)
a formal creed summarizing Christian beliefs
The Roman emperor who made Christianity the official religion of Rome
a soldier who is payed to fight for another country or group (don't have enough soldiers) so they can go pay for others but it can be bad because they can be bought off…
Ancient Roman Emperor who succeeded his father, Marcus Aurelius, and began the decline of the Roman Empire.
Bread and Circus
what the emperor gave to entertain and feed the poor to stop rebellion
Germanic leader ousted the emperor in Rome. (476)
Atilla the Hun
the general that united the Huns and destroyed much of Rome
Visigoths, Osrogoths, Vandals
the barbaric tribes that attacked Rome
Classical Roman poet, author of Aenied
Roman historian who wrote the Annals
ancient city southeast of Naples that was buried by a volcanic eruption from Vesuvius