5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- "alea iacta est"
- Latin Right
- a Richest man in Rome due to proscription and fire dept. General who defeated Spartacus. He later served in the First Triumvirate but was killed in Parthia.
- b Sulla's published list in the Forum of outlawed "traitors" and anyone who harbored them
- c "The die is cast" - Julius Caesar crossing the Rubicon
- d members of the landholding upper class
- e a system of rewards given to conquered peoples which always required military aid for Rome and would eventually lead to citizenship
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- costly victory
- Gallic leader of a united Gaul against Ceasar who was defeated at Alesia and suffocated after Ceasar's triumph
- Conqueror of Gaul and defeated Caesar to become dictator of Rome before being assassinated by jealous senators
- Grandson of General Scipio, Elected tribune, he proposed law to take land back from Senators and give it to the landless, but killed by senators b/c his law would have destroyed patronage
- a public affair (republic)
5 True/False Questions
Gaius Gracchus → Grandson of General Scipio, Elected tribune, he proposed law to take land back from Senators and give it to the landless, but killed by senators b/c his law would have destroyed patronage
Servius Tullius → 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.
Scipio Africanus → Roman general who commanded the invasion of Carthage in the second Punic War and defeated Hannibal at Zama
Caesarion → Caesar and Cleopatra's son whose later murdered by Octavian
Tarquin the Proud → ascending order of Roman magistrates. The political career ladder.