|founder of Rome, see also:Remus||Romulus|
|(1623-1662) French philosopher and mathematician, founder of modern probability theory||Pascal|
|(1917-1963), 35th president of the United States (1961-1963), founder of many post-World War II economic and social reforms, president who gave final approval for the Bay of Pigs Invasion (in Cuba), was assassinated in Dallas (Texas) on November 22nd 1963||JFK (John Fitzgerald Kennedy)|
|(570-632 BC) founder of the Islamic religion, divine prophet of Islam (also Muhammad)||Mahomet|
|(A.D. 76-138, original name Publius Aelius Hadrianus), Emperor of Rome (117-138) who was the adopted son of Trajan||Hadrian|
|(AD 37-100?, born as Joseph Ben Matthias) Jewish historian and military man who participated in the Jewish rebellion against Rome, author of "History of the Jewish War"||Josephus Flavius|
|(Ancient Rome) portraits of ancestors made of wax||imagines|
|(born Siddhartha Gautama) Nepali religious leader and the founder of Buddhism (c.563-c.483 BC); spiritual teacher; person who has reached full enlightenment||Buddha|
|(c.582-c.507 BC) Greek philosopher and mathematician, founder of the Pythagorean school||Pythagoras|
|(in ancient Rome) unroofed area over a courtyard designed to allow water to fall into the cistern (Architecture)||compluvium|
|(Latin) arched tile (used in ancient Rome)||imbrex|
|(Theodor) German historian Nobel Prize winner and author (known primarily for his book "The History of Rome")||Mommsen|
|a large amphitheater in Rome, Italy, built in the 1st century AD for sports and entertainment, ancient amphitheater in Rome||Colosseum|
|ability, ancient unit, innate ability or skill; capacity for achievement; talented person; any of a number of ancient coins (used in Greece, Rome and the Middle East), possible romantic partners, somebody with an exceptional ability||talent|
|act as father, founder||father|
|Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944), founder of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; Elle McPherson (born 1964 as Eleanor Gow), Australian-born Super Model and actor; family name||McPherson|
|ancient Greek or Roman sacrifice, great sacrifice, public sacrifice and banquet in ancient Rome or Greece that involved the mass killing of 100 cattle or oxen; large sacrifice||hecatomb|
|ancient Italian region located southeast of Rome||Latium|
|ancient Roman building, large Christian church, privileged Roman Catholic church, type of early Christian church (mainly found in Italy); hall of justice, meeting hall (in ancient Rome)||basilica|
|ancient Roman holder of joint office, one of two officers in ancient Rome who exercised jointly the duties of a public office, one of two people sharing authority||duumvir|
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