5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pax Romana
- Eastern Orthodox Christianity
- Byzantine Empire
- a a periodic countof all the people living in a country, city, or other region
- b General of Carthage who marched his army from Spain to Rome in Second Punic War
- c The name by which the eastern half of the Roman empire became known some time after A.D. 400
- d A branch of Christianity that developed in the Byzantine Empire and that did not recognize the pope as its supreme leader
- e A period of peace for the Roman Empire that began with the rule of Augustus in about 27 B.C. and lasted around 200 years.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Site in Northern Africa where Romans beat Carthaginian Army
- a high, arched structure built to carry water over long distances
- Roman general who defeated Hannibal in the battle of Zama outside Carthage North Africa in 202 B.C.
- A city established as the new eastern capital of the Roman empire by the emperor Canstantine in A.D. 330
- an island in the Mediterranean Sea off the southwest tip of the Italian peninsula
5 True/False questions
Twelve Tables → the earliest written collection of Roman laws, drawn up by patricians about 450B.C., that became the foundation of Roman law
Cleopatra → 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.
pope → The bishop, or church leader, of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church
Senate → the lawmaking body and most powerful branch of government in ancient Rome's Republic.
gladiator → A Roman athlete, usually a slave, criminal, or prisoner of war, who was forced to fight for the entertainment of the public