6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- a center of a roman city which became the seat of the "roman goverment"
- elected officials that were given legal protection and the right to veto goverment decisions
- the good emperors
- one who rather die than give up their faith
- First emperor of the Roman Empire. Julius Caesar's grand-nephew.
- Made dictator for life in 45 BCE, after conquering Gaul, assinated in 44 BCE by the Senate because they were afraid of his power
5 True/False questions
476 B.C → a center of a roman city which became the seat of the "roman goverment"
diocletian → Roman emperor who was faced with military problems, when that happend he decided to divide the empire between himself in the east and maximian in the west. he did the last persecution of the Christians
the twelve tables → The earliest written collection of Roman laws, drawn up by patricians about 450 B.C. that became the foundation of Roman law.
plebians → majority of rome who were mostly lower class people
tiberius → elected officials that were given legal protection and the right to veto goverment decisions