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Title: ANCIENT ROME REVIEW GAME


1
ANCIENT ROME REVIEW GAME
CATEGORIES GOV./LEADERS (14) CHRISTIANITY FALL
OF ROME (13) CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS (13) VOCAB
(13)
2
ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS
  • LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3 3
  • 4 4
  • LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • HOME

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ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS LEVEL 1
  • What was the name of Julius Caesars nephew, the
    man that was eventually named Augustus?
  • Octavian
  • What is the chronological order of Roman
    governments?
  • Monarchy, Republic, Empire

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4
ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS LEVEL 1
  • Who were the first kings of Rome?
  • Etruscans
  • Who built the Roman Road Network?
  • Soldiers

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ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS LEVEL 2
  • The Punic Wars were an example of how Rome_____.
  • Expanded Provinces
  • What was Julius Caesar the dictator of before
    becoming consul?
  • Gaul

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ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS LEVEL 2
  • Who was Julius Caesars arch Rival in government?
  • Pompey
  • Where were the Etruscans from?
  • Northern Italy

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ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS LEVEL 3
  • Name 3 things Augustus did that helped usher in
    the Pax Romana?
  • Higher pay to military, provincial governors,
    raised taxes, built public buildings, and
    supported arts.
  • Why was Julius Caesar assassinated?
  • Too much power

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ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS, LEVEL 3
  • Why was Augustus able to accomplish so much in
    such a short time?
  • He was a Dictator
  • Explain the structure of the Roman Republic. How
    were laws made?
  • Senate with nobles two consul members

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ROMAN GOV. AND LEADERS LEVEL 4
  • What was Julius Caesar's lasting impact on Rome?
  • He allowed 1 ruler to come to power
  • Which form of government do you think was more
    effective Athenian Democracy or Roman Empire with
    a Dictator?
  • Answers will vary

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10
CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME
  • LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3 3
  • 4 4
  • LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 1
  • The Eastern half of Rome became what Branch of
    Christianity?
  • Orthodox
  • The Western half of Rome became what branch of
    Christianity?
  • Catholic

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 1
  • Which Emperor Divided Rome into 2 Halves?
  • Diocletian
  • Where were most of the invaders of Western Rome
    from?
  • Germany (Northern Europe)

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 2
  • What is the geographic name of the place that
    Jesus' disciples spread Christianity?
  • Asia Minor
  • After the split of Rome, where was the capitol
    moved to?
  • Byzantium

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 2
  • Which Emperor converted Rome to Christianity?
  • Constantine
  • What was the biggest contributor to the fall of
    Rome?
  • Rome was too big

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 3
  • Explain the threat that the Romans felt Jesus
    posed to them?
  • He put people on the same level as the Emperor
  • What words did Constantine see on a cross before
    he went into battle?
  • In this sign youll be the victor

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 3
  • Explain the major Differences between the Roman
    Religion, and Christianity.
  • Monotheism and Closeness with God

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 4
  • Name 3 factors that led to the fall of Rome and
    explain how they caused the fall.
  • Answers will vary

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE FALL OF ROME, LEVEL 4
  • What is the legacy of Rome?
  • The West Catholic, barbarians unify East
    Orthodox, Empire continues as Byzantium Culture
    remains

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CULTURAL CHARACTARISTICS
  • LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3 3
  • 4 4
  • LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3

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CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS LEVEL 1
  • Where and how did Romans get their slaves?
  • P.O.W.S, criminals, and people who owe debt
  • Who fought in Gladiator events?
  • slaves

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CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS LEVEL 1
  • Name the 3 different types of architecture that
    were used to build the Colosseum? (describe from
    bottom to top)
  • Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian
  • How long did Pax Romana last?
  • 200 years

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CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS LEVEL 2
  • What does Pax Romana mean?
  • Great Roman Peace
  • Describe the social structure of Ancient Rome?
  • Patricians, Plebians, slaves

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CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS LEVEL 2
  • Name the 3 types of games held at a Gladiator
    event.
  • Man Vs. Man, Man Vs. Animal, and Animal Vs.
    Animal
  • What right did women not have in Ancient Rome?
  • Vote

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CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS LEVEL 3
  • Who was the head of the Roman family?
  • Oldest Male
  • What were 3 rights women did have?
  • Attend school, own property, and attend public
    events
  • What did the Colosseum represent?
  • Size of Rome

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OLYMPICS AND THEATER LEVEL 4
  • What impact did Romes social structure have on
    itself?
  • Caused internal problems that led to the fall.

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OLYMPICS AND THEATER LEVEL 4
  • Compare and contrast womens role in Ancient
    Greece and Ancient Rome?
  • No Vote in both More rights in Rome

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VOCAB.
  • LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3 3
  • 4 4
  • LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4
  • 1 1
  • 2 2
  • 3

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VOCAB. LEVEL 1
  • A nation in which power rests with citizens is a
    _______.
  • Republic
  • This group, called a ______, passed all the laws
    during the Roman republic.
  • Senate

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VOCAB. LEVEL 1
  • An ordinary Roman Citizen was a _______.
  • Plebian
  • A person trained to fight for entertainment is a
    _______.
  • Gladiator

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VOCAB. LEVEL 2
  • The entrance to a Roman house was an _______.
  • Atrium
  • Julius Caeser was elected ______, one of the 2
    officials to elected to the senate.
  • Consul

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VOCAB. LEVEL 2
  • _______ were a class of people that could be
    elected to the senate.
  • Patricians
  • What is a disciple?
  • A follower of a teacher

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VOCAB. LEVEL 3
  • What is a resurrection?
  • Return after death
  • What does the term paterfamilias mean?
  • Oldest male is head of household

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VOCAB. LEVEL 3
  • When you are harassed for having different
    beliefs, you have faced _______.
  • Persecution

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VOCAB. LEVEL 4
  • Augustus built ______ to help transport water.
  • Aqueducts
  • A religious sect is a ______.
  • Denomination.

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