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The common people of Rome were called ____________________.
a) Patricains b) Plebians c) Galadiators d) Consuls
The 2 periods of Rome that we studied were called the ______________________.
a) Pax Romana and Republic b) Roman Republic and Roman Empire c) Roman Empire and Pax Romana d) North and South
The Pax Romana was:
a) a time of destruction in the Empire b) the time of Julius Caesar c) the period when Rome fought Greece d) a time of peace, law and good government
The written laws of Rome that gave protection to the common people were called the ________________.
a) Torah b) Code of Hammurabi c) Twelve Tables d) Justinian code
Which of the following was a reason for the fall of Rome?
a) decline in morals and values b) unemployment c) military spending d) All of these
Which of the following was a reason for the fall of Rome?
a) Barbarian invasions b) Decay (urban) c) Rise in Christianity d) All of these
Which of the following was a reason for the fall of Rome?
a) Inflation b) Political corruption c) Both of these are correct d) neither of these
Who did Rome fight in the Punic wars?
a) Memphis b) Thebes c) Carthage d) The Hulk
The Carthaginian general who used elephants to attack Italy was ___________.
a) Hannibal b) Scipio c) Pompey d) Crassus
What Roman leader was murdered by a group of senators and generals including his friend Brutus?
a) Hannibal b) Julius Caesar c) Scipio d) Crassus
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