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Title: Roman Jeopardy I


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Roman Jeopardy I
RepublicPeople 100 200 300 400 500
Architecture 100 200 300 400 500
Geography 100 200 300 400 500
Leaders 100 200 300 400 500
2
Architecture for 100
  • Place where the gladiatorial games were held.
  • Colosseum

3
Architecture for 200
  • Place chariot racing took place.
  • Circus Maximus

4
Architecture for 300
  • For the Romans this place was like a health club.
  • Bath Houses

5
Architecture for 400
  • The Center of Rome that held temples, shops, and
    government buildings.
  • Forum

6
Architecture for 500
  • Located in Rome this was a temple for all Gods.
  • The Pantheon

7
Republic People for 100
  • Absolute Ruler that usually came to power in
    times of need.
  • Dictator

8
Republic People for 200
  • These were the wealthy citizens of Rome.
  • Patricians

9
Republic People for 300
  • The Co-rulers of Rome during the Republic.
  • Consuls

10
Republic People for 400
  • These people protected the rights of plebeians.
  • Tribunes

11
Republic People for 500
  • These were the poor citizens of Rome.
  • Plebeians

12
Geography for 100
  • The hill on which Rome was originally founded.
  • Dictator

13
Geography for 200
  • Name of the City that fought Rome in the Punic
    Wars.
  • Carthaginians

14
Geography for 300
  • The Major River that runs through Rome is called.
  • The Tiber

15
Geography for 400
  • The Hill which was the religious activity was
    centered in Rome.
  • Capitoline Hill

16
Geography for 500
  • When the Capitol City of the Empire was moved
    away from Rome it was relocated here.
  • Constantinople

17
Leaders for 100
  • He was killed in the capital on the ides of March
    and was the Republics last Dictator.
  • Julius Caesar

18
Leaders for 200
  • Originally named Octavian, he became the first
    Emperor of Rome.
  • Augustus

19
Leaders for 300
  • Famous Carthaginian general who brought elephants
    over the Alps to invade Italy.
  • Hannibal Barca

20
Leaders for 400
  • This Emperor believed he ruled through divine
    right.
  • Diocletian

21
Leaders for 500
  • This German invaded Rome and took the capital in
    410 AD.
  • Alaric
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