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Live in a domus.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Made jobs based on inheritance.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
Moved the capital out of Rome.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
Live in an island.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Real name of the Emperor Augustus?
A. Marcus Aurelius
B. Octavian
C. Commodus
Receive a formal education after the age of 12.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Receive no schooling after the age of 12.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Receive private lessons at home after the age of 12.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Ruled by divine right.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
Ruled the eastern province.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
Strict laws on public behavior.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
The Roman emperor who was called the “Father of the Country” was
A. Marcus Aurelius
B. Augustus.
C. Julius Caesar
D. Constantine.
The father of the family arranges their marriages.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Used natural frontiers as boundaries.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
What does DXI equal?
A. 15
B. 61
C. 111
D. 511
After the age of 12, will begin working as a road builder.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Because of the peace the Roman Empire experienced, trade increased.
True or False
Because of the peace the Roman Empire experienced, law became fair and equal, standardized, and you were considered guilty until proven innocent.
True or False
The Romans main imports were grain, building supplies, and silk.
True or False
The Romans main exports were fresh grapes and olives.
True or False
After the age of 12, will begin working in a shop.
Wealthy or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Constructed many marble buildings to beautify the Roman Empire.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
What does CXVI equal?
A. 68
B. 73
C. 116
D. 161
Divided the Roman Empire into two parts.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
Enjoy gambling with dice, bath houses, and gladiator games.
Wealth or Poor, Boy or Girl, All
Which of these was not a cause of the fall of the Roman Empire?
A. Economic Problem
B. Germanic Invasion
C. Unfair Laws
D. Poor Leadership
Government position based on talent, not birth.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
“Pax Romana” was the term given for the peace Augustus brought to the Roman Empire which lasted for 500 years.
True or False
City where Germans defeated the Roman army?
A. Adrianople
B. Constantinople
C. Zama
Had soldiers swear allegiance personally.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
Leader of Germanic tribes that invaded Rome
A. Marcus Aurelius
B. Augustus
C. Alaric
Oval arena with a seating capacity of 200,000 people
A. Coliseum
B. Circus Maximus
C. Ovatrack
As the empire expanded, Roman law changed because
A. different laws were needed for each new territory.
B. laws had to favor Romans over non-Romans.
C. laws needed to be the same throughout the empire.
D. there was a lack of skilled lawyers.
Augustus’s main aim as emperor was
A. conquering new territories to extend the empire.
B. bringing new religious ideas to Rome.
C. establishing the empire as stable and peaceful.
D. dividing the empire to make his rule easier.
During the republic, Roman politicians sponsored public games in order to
A. provide jobs for gladiators.
B. educate the public.
C. win people’s votes.
D. sell tickets at a profit.
Held the offices of consul, tribune, high priest, and senator at the same time.
A. Caesar Augustus
B. Diocletian
C. Constantine I
Most city dwellers in Rome lived in
A. small wooden huts.
B. crowded apartments.
C. a comfortable domus.
D. the public baths.
What was the Pax Romana?
A. The 41 years of Augustus’s reign
B. A system for choosing new emperors
C. The standardization of Roman law
D. A 200-year period of peace for Rome
How would you write 1,273 in Roman numerals?
A. XIIXCM
B. MCCLXXIII
C. CMXXXVII
D. IIIVIIIII
How would you write 788 in Roman numerals?
A. VIIVIIIIX
B. CCCCCCXXXIIX
C. DCCLXXXVIII
D. LXXVIII