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Greece Jeopardy

  1. 1. 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt THE REPUBLIC GRECO- ROMAN CIV WAR GAMES TO PUSH OR TO FALL? LIFE AS WE KNOW IT
  2. 2. How and why was a dictator elected in the Roman Republic?
  3. 3. They were elected by the senate in the event of war for six months
  4. 4. Who represented the rights of the plebeians in the senate?
  5. 5. Tribunes represented the plebeians
  6. 6. Why was the Law of the Twelve Tables important to Romans, especially the plebeians?
  7. 7. It was important because it informed the citizens of their rights and created stability in the gov't
  8. 8. What did the assassination of Julius Caesar and the murder of the Gracchus Brothers demonstrate about Rome?
  9. 9. These events showed that the republic couldn’t solve its problems. Civil war and unrest resulted.
  10. 10. How are the Hammurabi Code and the law of the Twelve Tables similar?
  11. 11. They are similar because they are both codes of law or legal systems.
  12. 13. Why are Greece and Rome geographically similar?
  13. 14. They are similar because they are both located on the Mediterranean Sea allowing them to control trade and prosper.
  14. 15. What is similar about the government of Greece and Rome?
  15. 16. They are similar because a republic is a form of democracy. Athens created democracy and a republic is an indirect democracy
  16. 17. Name TWO architectural/ engineering techniques that supported Roman buildings and aqueducts.
  17. 18. Domes and arches supported Roman architecture. (So did columns and the use of cement.)
  18. 19. Why did the Roman government build aqueducts, roads, bath houses and provide other services to conquered peoples?
  19. 20. They did this to keep the citizens content and provide loyalty and stability in the empire.
  20. 21. What were THREE contributions of Rome to the rest of history?
  21. 22. Contributions of Rome are: Legal Principles (Laws) Architectural & Engineering ideas (arches, domes, roads, aqueducts, sewers) Spread of Christianity Julian Calendar Others…
  22. 23. Who did Rome fight the Punic Wars against?
  23. 24. Rome fought Carthage.
  24. 25. What was the major cause of the Punic Wars?
  25. 26. The major cause was control of trade on the Mediterranean.
  26. 27. What agreement did Rome make with the people they conquered? In other words, what did Rome say it would do for the conquered people and what did the conquered people have to do for Rome?
  27. 28. Conquered peoples had to pay taxes, provide soldiers and be loyal to Rome. Rome would grant citizenship people and provide services and protection. The agreement was...
  28. 29. In general, was the Roman government tolerant of conquered peoples’ traditions?
  29. 30. Yes, as long as they were loyal to Rome. Romans did persecute Christians at first then were tolerant of them because of the Edict of Milan
  30. 31. When riches came into Rome from military conquest, what effect did this have on the relationship between the patricians and plebeians?
  31. 32. This widened the gap between the rich and the poor. The patricians got richer while the plebeians became unemployed and poorer.
  32. 33. What was the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire AND what strait is it located on?
  33. 34. The capital was Constantinople, located on the Bosporus Strait.
  34. 35. What was the Edict of Milan?
  35. 36. It was a law by Emperor Constantine that granted religious freedom to all Roman citizens.
  36. 37. What important change did Diocletian make to the Roman empire?
  37. 38. DIOCLETIAN DIVIDED THE EMPIRE
  38. 39. What event is officially known as the “fall” of Rome? (Even though it was a slow, long process that led to Rome’s decline)
  39. 40. Rome fell when Odoacer ousted the emperor in 476 CE
  40. 41. What are FOUR causes of the fall of Rome?
  41. 42. The causes are: <ul><li>Military decline </li></ul><ul><li>Economic problems </li></ul><ul><li>Political corruption </li></ul><ul><li>Foreign invasion </li></ul><ul><li>The divided empire </li></ul>
  42. 43. Describe the Pax Romana.
  43. 44. The Pax Romana was a 200 year period of peace and prosperity.
  44. 45. What was life like for a patrician?
  45. 46. In luxurious villas, ate lying down and went to the public baths and theatre Patricians lived
  46. 47. Romance languages Why are the Called the Romance languages?
  47. 48. The Romance languages are based on Latin, the language of Rome (Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian)
  48. 49. What does SPQR stand for?
  49. 50. Senatus (The Senate) Populus (and the People) Que (of) Roma (Rome)
  50. 51. Name a building from any TWO ancient civilizations we have studied and what cultural values they reflect.
  51. 52. Possibilities include: Aztec/Mayan stepped temples Mesopotamian ziggurats Egyptian pyramids the Parthenon the Pantheon show religious values.
  52. 53. <ul><li>Palaces </li></ul><ul><li>Roads </li></ul><ul><li>libraries </li></ul><ul><li>bath houses </li></ul><ul><li>Large cities </li></ul>Political strength
  53. 54. Final Jeopardy: <ul><li>1. Who was the first emperor of Rome? </li></ul><ul><li>2. What is the difference between the Roman republic and the empire? </li></ul>

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