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1 Who wants to be a Millionaire? Hosted by Your Teacher

2 Confident?

3 The Prizes 1 - $ $ $ $1, $2, $4, $8, $16, $32, $64, $125, $250, $500, $1,000,000

4 Lifelines “Phone a friend” Ask the audience

5 $100 Roman names told the following: family history, personal identity, and … B - how many slaves you had A - possessions and wealth C - social status D - your grandmother’s occupation C - social status RR

6 $200 These were the lowest class of people B - patricians A - crippled boys C - plebians D - slaves

7 $500 This ending on a male’s blood line name showed he belonged to the top of the upper class B - ius A - ca C - enus D - acus B - ius

8 $1,000 The letter “L” placed after the name of a freed slave stood for… B - littera A - libertus C - locus D - lubricus A - libertus

9 $2,000 In the early days, this was attached to the master’s praenomen and used as the name of a slave boy to show he was a possession of his master B - acus A - ius C - por D - puer C- por

10 $4,000 This literally means someone with three names B - triangle A - trinominal C - trinomenclature D - trilateral C - trinomenclature

11 $8,000 Only one of these people is a Roman citizen B - Antonipor A - Octavia Prima C - Jos é Quintus Massala L D - Antonius Marius Cicero

12 $16,000 This was the title associated with the head of the household in ancient Rome B - patermater A - paterfamilias C - paterpuer D - padre de la familia A - paterfamilias

13 $32,000 The “tertia” used with Porcia’s name (Porcia Tertia) refers to her B - father’s blood line A - husband’s cognomen C - birth order D - mother’s name C - birth order

14 $64,000 When a Roman girl married, she received this part of her husband’s name in the feminine version B - 2nd part A - 1st part C - 3rd part D - She kept her father’s name only. C - 3rd part

15 $125,000 This part of the Roman male’s trinomenclature stood for his blood line B - nomen A - cognomen C - praenomen D - nombre B - nomen

16 $250,000 What did this name indicate? Josephus Cicero Sempronius L B - a Plebian A - a Patrician C - a freed slave D - a gladiator C - a freed slave

17 $500,000 What is the cultural heritage of someone named Octavia Prima? B - not a citizen A - Egyptian C - Roman D - unknown C - Roman

18 $1,000,000 This man, Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus, became emperor at age 16. He killed his mother; took the people’s money to build himself a luxurious home; falsely blamed a group of people for Rome’s fire; and, lit Christians on fire as human torches. B - Nero A - Gaius Julius Caesar C - Constantine D - Gaivs Octavius Caesar B- Nero

19 Winner!Winner!Winner!Winner!Winner!Winner!Winner!Winner!Winner!


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