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  1. Gaius Gracchus
  2. pyrrhic victory
  3. Spartacus
  4. Servius Tullius
  5. Tarquin the Proud
  1. a 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. b according to legend, the seventh and last Etruscan king of Rome who was expelled for his cruelty and his sons rape of Lucretia
  3. c Tribune who tried to help the plebeians with food subsidies, employment projects, and citizenship but was ultimately killed by a mob
  4. d slave, trained as a gladiator, who led a rebellion against the roman army for slave freedom- he was killed after two years
  5. e costly victory

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Pompey, Crassus, and Caesar b/c Senate refused to give in to each of their demands
  2. inscription of laws that were placed in the Forum that guaranteed personal rights of citizens
  3. Caesar's decisive victory over Pompey in Greece during the Civil War
  4. an official elected by the plebeians to protect their rights and was given the power to veto the laws of the Senate
  5. a model dictator for the Romans. He organized an army, led the Romans to victory, attended victory celebrations, and returned to his farmland all within 16 days.

5 True/False Questions

  1. consulsa period count of the population for military and, tax, and voting purposes which was first taken out by Servius Tullius

          

  2. Pompeygangplank used to turn the tide of war against Carthage in the First Punic War

          

  3. dictatora ruler who has complete control over a govt. for six months but was only allowed in desperate times

          

  4. Rhine Riverboundary of Roman expansion north but was bridged and crossed by Caesar as a show of force to the Germans

          

  5. Senateto withdraw (carried out by plebieans in order to win the Struggle of Orders)

          

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