6.1-6.2 Hoyle Quiz
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Rome gave full citizenship to its closest neighbors, the Etruscans. (T/F)
Roman general Scipio finally defeated Carthage at the battle of Zama, which was located
Roman legions were divided into smaller, 80-man units, called
Hannibal's greatest victory, in 216 BC, took place here.
Of the Punic Wars, which one was most devastating for Rome?
This class of artisans, merchants, and farmers made up the majority of the Roman population
Rome was built on the shores of this river, 18 miles from the sea
The Republican government of Rome consisted of all of the following EXCEPT
The Twelve Tables were an important victory for the plebeians for all the following reasons EXCEPT
it created tribunes, who protected the rights of the plebeians from unfair acts of patrician officials
This city interfered with Rome's access to the western Mediterranean
These two Roman officials were chief executives of the government and commanders-in-chief of the army.
Geographically, Rome enjoyed all the following advantages EXCEPT
defense from attack in the form of aqueducts
Which group was NOT amongst the earliest settlers on the Italian peninsula
The Roman Republic combined the best features of
The Etruscans influenced early Roman architecture, especially in the use of
According to legend, Romulus and Remus were raised by a she-wolf. (T/F)
In times of crisis, the Republic could appoint an official who had absolute power to make laws and command the armies. This official was a
Seekers of certain political offices were exempt from military duty. (T/F)
Roman legions consisted of this number of heavily armed foot soldiers (infantry):
By 146 BC, Roman victories over Carthage left it in control of
the western Mediterranean
After overthrowing the last Etruscan King of Rome, the Romans established a form of government known as
This legislative body originally consisted of 300 members drawn trom the patrician class.
Rome fought the Second Punic War against this Carthaginian general
The wealthy landowners who claimed that their ancestry gave them the power to make laws for Rome was the class of
In the early Republic, only who owned land could serve in the Army. (T/F)
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