5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- India : Indian Ocean :: Italy : MEDITERRANEAN SEA
- a (A.D 245-316) Emperor of Rome from A.D 284 to 305, reorganized the Roman government
- b A foreign warrior that is paid to fight for no real cause
- c member of a wealthy, upper-class family in the ancient Roman Republic. In the Roman civilization, most were plebeians, then there was slaves, and there was only a few patricians
- d India : Indian Ocean :: Italy : _________________
- e an arena in ancient Rome; the show was also held there.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- B. P.1) What were the good and bad effects that resulted from the great size of the Roman Empire?
- someone who died for a cause they believe in.
- Date when the Last Roman emperor driven from throne
- also known as Octavian, first Roman Emperor, ruled after Julius Caesar's death in 44 B.C (Julius' Adopted son) until his own death. The word Augustus means "highly respected"
- 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
5 True/False Questions
Roman Citizen: (212): "if the Tiber River reaches the walls, if the Nile fails to rise to the fields, if the sky doesn't move or the Earth does, of there is famine of plague, the cry is at once: "The Christians to the Lions." → He is saying that there is no quiet in Rome even before sunrise. Like every big city.
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 gladiator activities are just plain straight out murder. In the morning, they get beaten up by animals and in the afternoon, they get thrown to the people of the town.
A.D 1453 → Date when the Last Roman emperor driven from throne
Athens : Greece :: Rome : MODERN DAY ITALY OR THE ROMAN EMPIRE → Athens : Greece :: Rome : ____________________
Dark Ages → Constantine declares freedom of Religion