5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Social Wars
- "Carthago delenda est"
- Servius Tullius
- a Gallic leader of a united Gaul against Ceasar who was defeated at Alesia and suffocated after Ceasar's triumph
- b 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.
- c Carthaginian military commander who, in the Second Punic War, attempted a surprise attack on Rome, crossing the Alps with a large group of soldiers, horses, and elephants.
- d "Carthage must be destroyed" - Cato the Elder about the threat of Carthage
- e wars between Rome and her allies which Rome won but granted the allies their citizenship
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- public land - which was a source of controversy after the Punic Wars
- an official elected by the plebeians to protect their rights and was given the power to veto the laws of the Senate
- Conqueror of Gaul and defeated Caesar to become dictator of Rome before being assassinated by jealous senators
- Even you, Brutus?
5 True/False questions
"alea iacta est" → "Carthage must be destroyed" - Cato the Elder about the threat of Carthage
Rhine River → river that Rome was founded upon
"veni, vidi, vici" → "The die is cast" - Julius Caesar crossing the Rubicon
Sulla → General, commander of war in Asia Minor, Plebians tried to transfer power to Marius, Sulla marches on Rome and later wins civil war killing the opposition
"Remember thou art mortal" → words whispered by a slave in the ear of the triumphant general