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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Judges
  2. Tyrant
  3. Separation
  4. Orator
  5. Monarchy
  1. a Roman leaders who heard legal cases and set an exmple of performing civic duty
  2. b What the Romans did to the powers of government by having a senate, assemblies, and executives
  3. c Government replaced by Romans because the king was a tyrant
  4. d Violent leader like the one the Romans dethroned to make the Republic
  5. e a skilled public speaker

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Group of citizens elected or chosen to make laws
  2. Ways to keep government people from getting too much power
  3. Emperor who built wall to keep barbarians out of the Emperor
  4. Laws written down to make application more fair for everyone
  5. General who began the end of the Republic by becoming dictator for life; assassinated in 44 B.C.

5 True/False questions

  1. Civil LawPolitician, philosopher, and public speaker


  2. Written LawsSystem of law based on written rules


  3. Structurea skilled public speaker


  4. ConstitutionBased on 12 Tables and other written laws


  5. DictatorWhat Julius Caesar became, thus beginning the end of the Republic