5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cicero: (pg. 202): "What sort of thing is the law? It is the kind that cannot be bent by influence, or broken by power, or spoiled by money."
- Julius Caesar
- Role of the Father
- a (100-44 B.C) Roman political and military leader; became dictator for life in 44 B.C; greatly improved the Roman government; was murdered by Roman senators because of his great power
- b 3 types of slaves: house slaves: often treated as a member of the family, sometimes get adopted of married into the family, agricolture slaves: had a hard life forced to work in the farming fields, mine slaves: had terrible life worked in dangerous mines. All slaves had no rights.
- c He is saying that the government should not be destroyed by; influence, money, or power.
- d a unit of an empire; the provinces of the Roman Empire each had a governor supported by an army
- e he was the controler of the family he owned the family and the house.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- made up of the senate and 2 consuls. 509 B.C.
- period without literature and learning. Most culture stopped. The Catholic churches flourished. they welcomed Catholics into the churches. They rewrote the bible which kept writing alive.
- (A.D 76-138 emperor of Rome from A>D 117 to 138; one of Rome's greatest emperors; worked the unify the empire
- Date when the Last Roman emperor driven from throne
- B. P.1) What were the good and bad effects that resulted from the great size of the Roman Empire?
5 True/False Questions
Nero's response to the rise of Christianity → the rights of the mother in a family depended on their husbands wealth and status; if the husband was a wealthy political man, the wife had a lot of freedom, where as if the husband was a poor Roman; the wife had very little and limited freedom
The Pantheon → a building made of arches and roman architecture
Concrete → one of two officials who led the ancient Roman Republic. One was a patrician, and the other was a plebeian, this was to make it fair between each side of the social class
Mare Nostrum → someone who died for a cause they believe in.
Seneca: (pg. 206): "It's sheer murder. In the morning, men are thrown to the lions or bears. At noon, they are thrown to the spectators." → He is saying that the government should not be destroyed by; influence, money, or power.