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  • 1. Roman Peopardy1 2 3 4 56 7 8 9 1011 12 13 14 1516 17 18 19 2021 22 23 24 25 Back to Main
  • 2. 1) Who were the people who ruled central Italy before the Romans?a) Druidsb) Greeksc) Etruscansd) Persianse) Elder Romans Back to Peopardy
  • 3. 1) Who were the people who ruled central Italy before the Romans?• Druids• Greeks• Etruscans• Persians• Elder Romans Back to Peopardy
  • 4. 2) How long did members of the Senate serve for?a) 10 yearsb) 6 yearsc) 4 yearsd) 2 yearse) for life Back to Peopardy
  • 5. 2) How long did members of the Senate serve for?• 10 years• 6 years• 4 years• 2 years• for life Back to Peopardy
  • 6. 3) Which of the following is NOT true of Plebeians?a) Group with biggest influence over governmentb) Common people who made up most of the Roman populationc) Plebeian protest eventually had law writtend) Plebeians demanded written laws be placed in public so all people knew the law.e) Plebeians gained right to appeal judgment. Back to Peopardy
  • 7. 3) Which of the following is NOT true of Plebeians?a) Group with biggest influence over governmentb) Common people who made up most of the Roman populationc) Plebeian protest eventually had law writtend) Plebeians demanded written laws be placed in public so all people knew the law.e) Plebeians gained right to appeal judgment. Back to Peopardy
  • 8. 4) All are descriptions of the type of government established in Rome in 509 BC EXCEPT:a) Empireb) “thing of the people”c) Republicd) Senatee) All are correct Back to Peopardy
  • 9. 4) All are descriptions of the type of government established in Rome in 509 BC EXCEPT:a) Empireb) “thing of the people”c) Republicd) Senatee) All are correct Back to Peopardy
  • 10. 5) Which of the following is FALSE about the 12 Stone Tablets?a) Fought for by commoners wanting to know the lawb) Placed publicly so citizens could hold legal decisions accountablec) Key in developing a consistent understanding ruling of the law.d) Insisted & created by Senate to better educate the masses about lawe) All are false Back to Peopardy
  • 11. 5) Which of the following is FALSE about the 12 Stone Tablets?a) Fought for by commoners wanting to know the lawb) Placed publicly so citizens could hold legal decisions accountablec) Key in developing a consistent understanding ruling of the law.d) Insisted & created by Senate to better educate the masses about lawe) All are false Back to Peopardy
  • 12. 6) What did the Roman phase “Mare Nostrum” mean?a) Rome dominates the Mediterranean Sea. Romans would say “Our Sea”b) Fear of a future nightmare. Romans would say “bad dreams of the future”c) Times were good. Romans would say “Breath in the good air”d) Roman way is the right way. Romans would say “Our mark”e) Roman music is the best. Romans would say, “No strum (play) like us” Back to Peopardy
  • 13. 6) What did the Roman phase “Mare Nostrum” mean?a) Rome dominates the Mediterranean Sea. Romans would say “Our Sea”b) Fear of a future nightmare. Romans would say “bad dreams of the future”c) Times were good. Romans would say “Breath in the good air”d) Roman way is the right way. Romans would say “Our mark”e) Roman music is the best. Romans would say, “No strum (play) like us” Back to Peopardy
  • 14. 7) Which of the following successfully resisted Roman rule? a) Asia Minor b) Spain c) Gaul d) Judea e) None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 15. 7) Which of the following successfully resisted Roman rule? • Asia Minor • Spain • Gaul • Judea • None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 16. 8) According to Plutarch, who and what do soldiers fight and die for?a) Who = others; what = to give others wealth and luxuryb) Who = protecting Romans; what = give others freedomc) Who = themselves; what = for honor and gloryd) Who = no one; what = to give others a big headache Back to Peopardy
  • 17. 8) According to Plutarch, who and what do soldiers fight and die for?a) Who = others; what = to give others wealth and luxuryb) Who = protecting Romans; what = give others freedomc) Who = themselves; what = for honor and gloryd) Who = no one; what = to give others a big headache Back to Peopardy
  • 18. 9) Tiberius Gracchus & his brother Gaius fought to improvea) Roman law for all Romansb) the life of foreigners conquered by Romec) the life of plebeiansd) All of the abovee) None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 19. 9) Tiberius Gracchus & his brother Gaius fought to improvea) Roman law for all Romansb) the life of foreigners conquered by Romec) the life of plebeiansd) All of the abovee) None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 20. 10) Which of the following is INCORRECT about Tiberius Gracchus’ Reform?a) felt Senate should have more powerb) felt land should be given to poor farmersc) felt public money should be used to buy food for the poord) Felt commoners deserved reform Back to Peopardy
  • 21. 10) Which of the following is INCORRECT about Tiberius Gracchus’ Reform?a) felt Senate should have more powerb) felt land should be given to poor farmersc) felt public money should be used to buy food for the poord) Felt commoners deserved reform Back to Peopardy
  • 22. 11) The Roman army evolved from a citizen-soldierforce into a professional force. The professionalarmy was loyal to ______________, not to Rome.a) themselvesb) their commandersc) patriotic Romansd) the Senatee) None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 23. 11) The Roman army evolved from a citizen-soldierforce into a professional force. The professionalarmy was loyal to ______________, not to Rome.• themselves• their commanders• patriotic Romans• the Senate• None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 24. 12) In 51 BC, this popular general conquered Gaul& eventually returned to Rome to becomedictator? a) Julius Cicero b) Brutus Caesar c) Octavian Caesar d) Julius Caesar e) Constantine Back to Peopardy
  • 25. 12) In 51 BC, this popular general conquered Gaul& eventually returned to Rome to becomedictator? • Julius Cicero • Brutus Caesar • Octavian Caesar • Julius Caesar • Constantine Back to Peopardy
  • 26. 13) According to Historian Parenti, why was Julius Caesar killed?a) He was evil and killing too many innocent people so the Senate and Plebeians agreed to kill himb) The Senate was worried he wanted to make himself king so they put him on trial and was ruled guiltyc) Caesar’s reforms were working and helping the people. Senate did NOT want to lose or share power with the people.d) He offended many religious Romans by acting too God-like. Back to Peopardy
  • 27. 13) According to Historian Parenti, why was Julius Caesar killed?a) He was evil and killing too many innocent people so the Senate and Plebeians agreed to kill himb) The Senate was worried he wanted to make himself king so they put him on trial and was ruled guiltyc) Caesar’s reforms were working and helping the people. Senate did NOT want to lose or share power with the people.d) He offended many religious Romans by acting too God-like. Back to Peopardy
  • 28. 14) Which of the following should Augustus NOT get credit for?a) Setting up a stable governmentb) Eliminating the Senatec) High level jobs open to most talented, not because of a person’s classd) Allowed self-rule to distant cities and provinces, if they swore allegiance to Rome Back to Peopardy
  • 29. 14) Which of the following should Augustus NOT get credit for?a) Setting up a stable governmentb) Eliminating the Senatec) High level jobs open to most talented, not because of a person’s classd) Allowed self-rule to distant cities and provinces, if they swore allegiance to Rome Back to Peopardy
  • 30. 15) Although Augustus Caesar was NOT aking in name, he ruled like one in what ways? a) He named his successor b) He took part in many ceremonies but let others handle the less noticeable day to day work c) He ruled with absolute power d) Both A & B e) Both A & C Back to Peopardy
  • 31. 15) Although Augustus Caesar was NOT aking in name, he ruled like one in what ways? a) He named his successor b) He took part in many ceremonies but let others handle the less noticeable day to day work c) He ruled with absolute power d) Both A & B e) Both A & C Back to Peopardy
  • 32. 16) What was the 2nd system of law based on for conquered Roman territories?a) Natural lawb) Human reasonc) Stoic philosophyd) all of the abovee) None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 33. 16) What was the 2nd system of law based on for conquered Roman territories?a) Natural lawb) Human reasonc) Stoic philosophyd) all of the abovee) None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 34. 17) Which of the following were common legal principles of the Roman Empire? a) judges create the law b) accused had right to offense c) guilty until proven innocent d) all are correct e) None are correct Back to Peopardy
  • 35. 17) Which of the following were common legal principles of the Roman Empire? a) judges create the law b) accused had right to offense c) guilty until proven innocent d) all are correct e) None are correct Back to Peopardy
  • 36. 18) During the 400s, what caused the Roman Empire to collapse in the west?a) natural disasters caused bad harvest and food shortagesb) continual attacks from Visogoth invaders from Germanyc) Spanish slaves, African pirates and Greek philosophers allied to defeat Romed) Both A & Be) Both A & C Back to Peopardy
  • 37. 18) During the 400s, what caused the Roman Empire to collapse in the west?a) natural disasters caused bad harvest and food shortagesb) continual attacks from Visogoth invaders from Germanyc) Spanish slaves, African pirates and Greek philosophers allied to defeat Romed) Both A & Be) Both A & C Back to Peopardy
  • 38. 19) After the collapse of the Western Roman Empire power was concentrated in the east. What was the name of this new Empire?• Hellenistic• Balkan• Hadrian• Byzantine• Ottoman Back to Peopardy
  • 39. 19) After the collapse of the Western Roman Empire power was concentrated in the east. What was the name of this new Empire?• Hellenistic• Balkan• Hadrian• Byzantine• Ottoman Back to Peopardy
  • 40. 20) What is true about Roman philosophy?a) Heavily influenced by Etruscansb) Influenced by Hellenistic philosophyc) Rejected Stoicismd) Rejected Greek philosophy Back to Peopardy
  • 41. 20) What is true about Roman philosophy?• Heavily influenced by Etruscans• Influenced by Hellenistic philosophyc) Rejected Stoicismd) Rejected Greek philosophy Back to Peopardy
  • 42. 21) What name was given for the 1,000 yearsperiod following the Fall of Rome and Roman ideas? a)The Dark Ages b)The Middle Ages c)Medieval Times d)All are correct e)All are wrong Back to Peopardy
  • 43. 21) What name was given for the 1,000 yearsperiod following the Fall of Rome and Roman ideas? • The Dark Ages • The Middle Ages • Medieval Times • All are correct • All are wrong Back to Peopardy
  • 44. 22) What group of people had the power to make laws in ancient Roman Republic?a) The Emperorb) The Plebeiansc) Philosopher Kingsd) The Senatee) The Assemblies Back to Peopardy
  • 45. 22) What group of people had the power to make laws in ancient Roman Republic?a) The Emperorb) The Plebeiansc) Philosopher Kingsd) The Senatee) The Assemblies Back to Peopardy
  • 46. 23) What two continental European riversmarked the northern edge of the Roman Empire?a) Tigris and Euphratesb) Amazon and Nilec) Rhine and Volgad) Danube and Nilee) Rhine and Danube Back to Peopardy
  • 47. 23) What two continental European riversmarked the northern edge of the Roman Empire?a) Tigris and Euphratesb) Amazon and Nilec) Rhine and Volgad) Danube and Nilee) Rhine and Danube Back to Peopardy
  • 48. 24) What area successfully resisted Roman takeover? a) Gaul b) Britain c) Germany d) Spain e) Asia Minor Back to Peopardy
  • 49. 24) What area successfully resisted Roman takeover? a) Gaul b) Britain c) Germany d) Spain e) Asia Minor Back to Peopardy
  • 50. 25) Some claim I was closest to fulfilling Plato’s ideal of aphilosopher king. Yes, I read philosophy while on militarycampaigns. I not only read but wrote my on philosophicalthoughts in a book called Meditations where many of Stoicphilosophical beliefs, such as commitment to duty, can beread by others. I was a Roman Emperor long after the fallof the Republic. a) Julius Caesar b) Augustus Caesar c) Hadrian d) Justinian e) Marcus Aurelius Back to Peopardy
  • 51. 25) Some claim I was closest to fulfilling Plato’s ideal of aphilosopher king. Yes, I read philosophy while on militarycampaigns. I not only read but wrote my on philosophicalthoughts in a book called Meditations where many of Stoicphilosophical beliefs, such as commitment to duty, can beread by others. I was a Roman Emperor long after the fallof the Republic. a) Julius Caesar b) Augustus Caesar c) Hadrian d) Justinian e) Marcus Aurelius Back to Peopardy
  • 52. 26) Back to Peopardy