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Athens, Greece was one of the big city states
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Jerusalem was known as the "holy land"

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The Vatican City is where the Popes now live if Pope Urban the 2 was alive today he would live here.

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Colosseum was where gladiators fought against animals .


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Before all else, be armed.
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Benefits should be conferred gradually; and in that way they will taste better.
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God is not willing to do everything, and thus take away our free will and that share of glory which belongs to us.
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Never was anything great achieved without danger.
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One change always leaves the way open for the establishment of others.




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AWSOME JOB ANDREA! THIS WILL BE USED AS AN EXAMPLE FOR FUTURE CLASSES- MR L

1.The coliseum is one of the most imposing ancient structures in Rome.
2. The holes in ancient buildings are there because people had to extract the lead and iron from the nails first used to make the building.
3.Almost all squares in Rome have water fountains which were very popular.
4.The first basilica was an immense and magnificent building, which guarded treasures of art and gold.
5.Peter, the first Apostle and the first pope and leader of the Church helped make the first basilica in the Christian world.
6.St. Peter's is also an extraordinary museum and it is impossible to estimate the priceless worth of the infinite works of art that can be found here.
7.The Pantheon is the Roman monument with the greatest number of records.
8.The Pantheon is the best preserved, with the biggest brick dome in the history of architecture.
9.Michelangelo felt it was the work of angels, not men who built the Pantheon.
10.Originally, the Pantheon was a small temple dedicated to all Roman gods.