6.3-6.4 Hoyle Quiz
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The first pope of the Christian Church is considered to be
The first emperor to embrace Christianity was
Why did the Romans use mercenaries?
"In order to simplify governing the Roman empire, Diocletian"
Divided the empire in two
"The night before the battle at the Milvian Bridge, Constantine saw an image of a ______ in the sky."
Jesus was born in the Roman Empire. (T/F)
The last emperor of the Western Roman Empire was driven from Rome in the year ________ AD.
The main source of information about the life of Jesus of Nazareth comes from
The Gospels in the Christian Bible
"One of Jesus' disciples was a man named ________, whom Jesus referred to as the rock on which the Christian church would be built.
Peter or Petrus
Whoever was the bishop of Jerusalem was considered the pope, the leader of the entire Christian Church. (T/F)
False (It was the bishop of Rome)
Jesus based many of his teachings on monotheism, the Ten Commandments, and other ideas from the ____________ religion.
The capital of the Roman Empire was moved to this city in A.D. 330.
Christianity emerged during the period known as the Pax Romana. (T/F)
"Asian nomads, the _____, attacked the Germanic peoples on the northern borders of the empire, who in turn pushed into Roman lands and Rome itself. "
Leader of the Huns
"A critical moment in history occurred in A.D. 312, when the Roman emperor Nero was fighting three rivals for leadership of Rome." (T/F)
In connection with a Jewish rebellion against the romans in the first century, the following happened
The Romans destroyed the Temple
Roman rulers opposed Christians because Christians
would not worship Roman gods
Germanic peoples began to invade the Roman Empire largely because of
Fear of attacks by the Huns
The Jewish Diaspora refers to
the forced dispersal of the Jews
In this declaration, Christianity was declared one of the religions approved by the emperor in AD 313.
Edict of Milan
The main language in the Eastern part of the Roman Empire was _________.
Greek or koine Greek