5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a A.D. 245-313 Roman emperor who divided the empire intwo and oversaw the eastern part
- b a religion based on the teachings of Jesus, as recorded in the New Testament
- c a member of noble families who controlled all power in the early years of the Roman Republic
- d A large stadium in ancient Rome where athletic events took place
- e a periodic countof all the people living in a country, city, or other region
5 Multiple choice questions
- 69-30 B.C. Ruler of Egyptian government in Alexandria who backed Caesar in the civil war he waged from 49 to 45 B.C.
- Roman general who defeated Hannibal in the battle of Zama outside Carthage North Africa in 202 B.C.
- Region in southwestern Asia that became the ancient home of the jews; the ancient Roman name for Judea;
- One of the 12 closest followers of Jesus, chosen by him to help him teach
- a church official who leads a large group of Christians in a particular region
5 True/False questions
Constantinople → A.D. 280-337 Roman Emperor who founded Constantinople as the new eastern capital of the ROman empire
Constatine → the lawmaking body and most powerful branch of government in ancient Rome's Republic.
Byzantine Empire → a plain on the west coast of Italy on which city of Rome was built
Hannibal → General of Carthage who marched his army from Spain to Rome in Second Punic War
Rome → The bishop, or church leader, of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church