Roman Empire Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: climate : what is the average weather of a place called?, copper : "silver" coins came to be made out of 90 percent _ , soldiers : emperor septimus servus said "make the _ rich and don't bother about the rest", emperor : _ means "supreme military commander", rich : soldiers might elevate a man with no military experience as long as he was _ , army : by the 200s ce there was no single roman _ , footstool : the persian king sapor humiliated the emperor by using him as a _ , constantine : who moved the capital to byzantium?, greek : the romans used an alphabet that was adapted from the _ alphabet, attila : who was the king of the huns?, farming : what is another word for agriculture?, christianity : what religion was practiced in the byzantine empire?, peninsula : what is land with water on 3 sides called?, tiber : along with supporting rome's farmers, the _ river also benefited the people of rome, bartering : what is trading one good for another called?, rome : over time, the towns joined together to form the city of _ , strict : emperors were killed because their discipline was too _ , market : what is a place where things are bought and sold?, peninsula : rome is located in the center of modern-day italy on a _