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5 Matching questions

  1. res publica
  2. SPQR
  3. Julius Caesar
  4. Gaul
  5. Alesia
  1. a a public affair (republic)
  2. b modern-day France and parts of Belgium which were conquered by Caesar
  3. c Senate and People of Rome - motto of the Roman Republic
  4. d Conqueror of Gaul and defeated Caesar to become dictator of Rome before being assassinated by jealous senators
  5. e siege of Gallic forces by Caesar that ultimately breaks the will of the Gallic resistance

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The 6th king of Rome. He built a huge wall to defend Rome from rival city-states. He also reorganized the army but was killed by his own son who pushed him down the stairs in front of a chariot.
  2. wars between Rome and her allies which Rome won but granted the allies their citizenship
  3. a ruler who has complete control over a govt. for six months but was only allowed in desperate times
  4. river that Rome was founded upon
  5. costly victory

5 True/False questions

  1. Ciceroinfluential Roman senator and orator who uncovered the Cataline conspiracy but was utlimately killed by Mark Antony

          

  2. patriciansmembers of the landholding upper class

          

  3. Struggle of the Ordersaccording to legend, the seventh and last Etruscan king of Rome who was expelled for his cruelty and his sons rape of Lucretia

          

  4. Gaius GracchusTribune who tried to help the plebeians with food subsidies, employment projects, and citizenship but was ultimately killed by a mob

          

  5. Carrhaedefeat of Crassus whose death at the hands of the Parthians spelled the end for the First Triumvirate

          

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