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Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar HSC Questions

TRIAL 2006
Question 24 Option K Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
(a) Explain Julius Caesar's role in the First Triumvirate. (10)
(b) Assess the legacy of Julius Caesar's career. (15)
HSC 2005
Question 11 Option K Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
(a) Briefly describe the early career of Julius Caesar. (5)
(b) Explain Caesars relationship with the Senate. (8)
(c) With reference to sources, assess the achievements of Julius Caesar as a general. (12)
TRIAL 2005
Question 11 Option K Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
(a) Describe the geographical extent of the Roman empire in the time of Julius Caesar's
death. (5)
(b) Explain Julius Caesar's relations with Cicero. (10)
(c) With reference to sources, assess the contributions of Julius Caesar to his times. (10)
HSC 2004
Question 11 Option K Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
(a) Briefly outline Julius Caesars rise to prominence. (5)
(b) Explain the manner and impact of Julius Caesars death. (10)
(c) With reference to sources, evaluate the influence of Julius Caesar in his lifetime. (10)
HSC 2003
Question 11 Option K Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
(a) Outline the social position of Julius Caesar. (5)
(b) Explain the reasons for Caesars success in the Gallic Wars. (10)
(c) With reference to sources, assess the achievements of Julius Caesar. (10)
HSC 2002
Question 11 Option K Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
(a) Briefly describe the family background of Julius Caesar. (5)
(b) Explain the reasons for the military achievements of Julius Caesar. (10)
(c) Evaluate the ancient or modern interpretations of Julius Caesar. (10)
HSC 2001
Question 11 Option K Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
(a) Briefly describe Caesars role in the First Triumvirate. (5)
(b) With reference to sources, explain Caesars early political career to 60 BC. (8)
(c) Assess the achievements of Julius Caesar. (12)

Trial Independent Paper 2008


Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caeser (25 marks)
a) Explain the importance of the Gallic Wars to the career of Julius Caesar (10)
b) Evaluate the ancient and modern images and interpretations of Julius Caesars
legacy to his times. (15)
Trial Independent Paper 2009
Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
a) Describe the role of Julius Caesar at Alesia (10)
b) Assess Julius Caesers impact and influence on his time
2007 HSC
Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
a) Describe Julius Caesers relationsip with the Senate (10)
b) Assess the military achievements of Julius Caesar (15)
2008 HSC
Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
a) Describe Julius Caesers early political career to 60BC (10)
b) Analyse the motives for the assignation of Julius Caesar (15)
2009 HSC
Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
a) Describe Julius Caesars role in the First Triumvirate (10)
b) Assess the impact of Julius Caesar on Rome (15)
2010 HSC
Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
a) Describe the methods Julius Caesar used to advance his career up until 60 BC
(10)
b) To what extent was Julius Caesar a successful general? (15)
2011 HSC
Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)

a) Describe Julius Caesars military activities to 60BC (10)


b) Discuss the nature of Julius Caesars reforms as a dictator (15)
2012 HSC
Question 24 Option K- Rome: Julius Caesar (25 marks)
a) Describe the factors which contributed to the death of Julius Caesar (10)
b) To what extent have interpretations and images of Julius Caesar changed over
time? (15)

Option N- Rome: Augustan Age 44BC AD 14


2007
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)
a) Assess the success of Augustus as a general and a politician during this period
(25)
OR
b) Account for the transition from Republic to Principate during this period (25)
2008
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)
a) Evaluate the political and social reforms of Augustus (25)
OR
b) To what extent did the Principate of Augustus depend on the support of the army?
(25)
Trial Independent Paper 2008:
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)
a) Assess the effectiveness of the Augustan reforms (25)
OR
b) Evaluate the methods used by Augustus to deal with the problems of succession
(25)
2009
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)

a) To what extent did Augustus use propaganda to establish and maintain his
principate? (25)
OR
b) Evaluate Augustus relationship with the Senate
Trial Independent Paper 2009
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)
a) Evaluate the methods used by Augustus to project his image during this period
(25)
OR
b) Account for the opposition to Augustus (25)
2010
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)
a) Why did Augustus undertake his building program? (25)
OR
b) I excelled all in influence, although I possessed no more official power than
other who were my collegues in the several magistracies
Augustus, Res Gastea, 34.3
To what extent does this statement accurately reflect the basis of Augustus power? (25)
2011
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)
a) Quote (Awaiting copywright) To what extent does this quotation accurately
reflect the ways in which Augustus accumulated power? (25)
OR
b) How did Augustus administer the empire? (25)
2012
Question 39 Option N Rome: Augustan Age 44 BC-AD 14 (25 marks)
a) Quote from Res Gastea, s. 13. With reference to the quote, to what extent did
Augustus bring peace and prosperity to the Roman world? (25)
OR
b) What role did imperial women play in this period? (25)

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Ancient Societies: Israel
2010: Question 13 Option E The Near East: Society in Israel from Solomon to the
fall of Samaria (25 marks)
(a) What was Samaria? (2)
(b) Describe the main uses of technology in this period. (5)
(c) How was Israel governed in this period? (8)
(d) With reference to Source L and other sources, what does the evidence reveal about
religious conflict in this period? (10)
Source L: 1 Kings 18
2011:
(a) What was the Davidic dynasty? (2)
(b) Outline the main features of the Jerusalem Temple. (3)
(c) Describe the role of the prophets. (5)
(d) With reference to Source N and other sources, what does the evidence reveal about
peoples lives in this period? (15)
Source N: 1 Kings 21:2
2012:
(a) Who was Elijah? (1)
(b) What does the Samarian Ostracon indicate about society in this period? (4)
(c) Describe the main features of fortified cities in this period. (5)
(d) With reference to Source M and other sources, what does the evidence reveal
about religious personnel and sacred places in this period? Source: Beersheba horned
altar.

2013:
(a) What is known about leisure activities in this period? (3)
(b) What was the function of Hebron? (3)
(c) Why was the Jerusalem Temple an important site in this period? (4)
(d) With reference to Source M and other sources, what does the evidence reveal
about economic activity in this period? (15)
Ezekiel 27:17 (source M)
2008:
(a) Name TWO Israelite prophets. (2)
(b) What is the Siloam tunnel? (3)
(c) Describe the roles and status of Israelite women. (8)
(d) With reference to Source 10 and other sources, explain the importance of Israelite
fortified cities. (12) Source: Plan of the fortified city of Samaria
2007:
(a) Name TWO Israelite sites. (2)
(b) Who was Asherah? (3)
(c) With reference to Source 11 (Picture of reconstruction of Solomons temple) and other
sources, describe the main features of Solomons temple in Jerusalem. (8)
(d) Explain the importance of the prophets in Israelite society (12)
2006:
(a)

Name TWO countries that traded with Israel.(2)

(b)

Who was Baal? (2)

(c)

Describe the main features of Israelite architecture. (5)

(d)

Outline the roles of the Israelite army. (6)

(e)
With reference to Source 9 and other sources, explain the significance of
religious places in Israelite society. (10) Source: Beersheba horned altar