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ROME TEST

Mr. Harris, Fall 2011


1. What are the names of the brothers from the founding of Rome story? a. Romulus and Relican b. Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus c. Alexandar and Remus d. Romulus and Remus According to the legend, the brothers were raised by _____ a. A She-Wolf b. A peasant woman c. An aristocrat d. The King of Rome In the legend they knew who should be king because_____ a. The sun set as he spoke b. Birds collected over his head c. Because he won a duel d. The rains came At first all the government officials were______ a. Plebeians b. Polymers c. Patricians d. Consuls In early Rome how long did Senators serve? a. For life b. 6 years c. 4 years d. Until their eldest son reached the age of 30 years old. The bulk of the population in Rome were a. Plebeians b. Polymers c. Patricians d. Consuls These people were elected by the plebeians in order to protect plebeian interests a. Congressmen b. Governors c. Tribunes d. Patricians

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A represents which city? a. Athens b. Carthage c. Rome d. Sparta

B represents which city? a. Athens b. Carthage c. Rome d. Sparta Use the map and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question

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Based on the above map, which of the following were Roman provinces in 60 B.C.? a. all of the northern coast of Africa b. Mauretania and Numidia c. parts of what is now southern Europe and the Middle East d. the mouth of the Nile River All of the following contributed to the spread of Christianity between 300 and 500 A.D. except a. the absence of any other organized religions in the region b. the work of Christian missionaries throughout the Roman Empire c. the end to the Roman persecution of Christians d. Christianitys appeal to the poor and oppressed class 15. The basic Roman military unit was the? a. Legion b. Centurions c. SEALS d. Gladiators In 450 BCE what was set up in the Forum that let the Plebeians know what the laws were? e. The Roman Constitution of 450 BCE f. 12 Tablets/12 Tables g. Magna Carta h. 10 Commandments The Punic Wars were fought between ______ i. Rome and Sparta j. Rome and Carthage k. Carthage and Athens l. Rome and The Persian Empire Who lead Carthage in The Second Punic War? m. Hannibal n. Plutarch o. Julius Caesar p. Octavian Imperialism is ________ q. The act of becoming an Emperor r. Behaving in a tyrannical manner s. Establishing control over foreign lands and peoples t. The spread of ideas or goods through trade Which brothers attempted reform by providing land and grains to poor Romans? a. Romulus and Relican b. Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus c. Alexandar and Remus d. Romulus and Remus

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Whose order to disband his arm did Julius Caser defy? a. Gaul b. Octavian c. Augustus d. Pompey The phrase Veni, vidi, vici, which Caesar proclaimed after one victory, translates to: a. I came, I saw, I conquered b. Long live the Empire c. Conquer, crush, celebrate d. I came, I saw, I crushed When did Christianity get declared the official religion of Rome? a. 3 BCE b. 395 CE c. 395 BCE d. 3 CE While the Christian church rose in power, Roman Power___ a. Stayed the same b. Grew in power c. Faded d. None of the above, these events happened at separate times All of the following are reasons for the decline of Rome expect________ a. Germanic Invasions b. Corrupt Officials c. Reliance on slave labor d. Lack of technology e. All of the following are reasons for the decline of rome

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