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Ancient Rome Jeopardy Vocab People 100 200 300 400 500 More Vocab FunRoman Republic Empire Fun Facts 100 200 300 400 500
The ruling class of Rome:Vocabulary: 100 The ruling class of Rome: ANSWER: Patrician
A person granted absolute power: ANSWER: DictatorVocabulary : 200 A person granted absolute power: ANSWER: Dictator
Three rulers who share equal political power. ANSWER: TriumvirateVocabulary : 300 Three rulers who share equal political power. ANSWER: Triumvirate
Vocabulary : 400 Head of government, usually with a limited term in office. ANSWER: Consuls
Vocabulary : 500 An elected official, or “lawyer” who protects the rights of ordinary citizens. ANSWER: Tribunes
The ordinary citizens of Rome. ANSWER: PlebianMore Vocabulary: 100 The ordinary citizens of Rome. ANSWER: Plebian
More Vocabulary : 200 A form of government in which citizens elect their leaders. ANSWER: Republic
More Vocabulary : 300 To reject something: ANSWER: Veto
A large farming estate: ANSWER: LatifundiaMore Vocabulary : 400 A large farming estate: ANSWER: Latifundia
Changes to bring about improvement: ANSWER: ReformsMore Vocabulary : 500 Changes to bring about improvement: ANSWER: Reforms
People: 100 A military hero turned dictator. Told to “Beware the Ides of March”: ANSWER: Julius Caesar
People : 200 Led a group of senators to assassinate one of the most infamous Roman leaders: ANSWER: Brutus
Ruled over the Pax Romana. ANSWER: AugustusPeople : 300 Ruled over the Pax Romana. ANSWER: Augustus
The first Christian Roman Emperor: ANSWER: ConstantinePeople : 400 The first Christian Roman Emperor: ANSWER: Constantine
People : 500 Created an organized code of laws at the end of the Empire: ANSWER: Justinian
Roman Republic: 100 The Punic Wars were fought between Rome and _________: ANSWER: Carthage
Rome is located on what sea?: ANSWER: the Mediterranean SeaRoman Republic : 200 Rome is located on what sea?: ANSWER: the Mediterranean Sea
Roman Republic : 300 Why were the twelve tables important? ANSWER: It said all Romans should be treated equally.
Who led the Punic Wars in Rome? ANSWER: ScipioRoman Republic : 400 Who led the Punic Wars in Rome? ANSWER: Scipio
Who led the Punic Wars in Carthage? ANSWER: HannibalRoman Republic : 500 Who led the Punic Wars in Carthage? ANSWER: Hannibal
The Pax Romana was a period of __________ in Rome: ANSWER: PeaceRoman Empire: 100 The Pax Romana was a period of __________ in Rome: ANSWER: Peace
What religion spread to the Roman Empire? ANSWER: Christianity
Roman Empire : 300 This story about the founding of Rome was written by the poet Virgil: ANSWER: the Aeneid
Roman Empire : 400 Why were Roman roads important? ANSWER: Trade, quick movement of military, ideas and communication can spread.
Roman Empire : 500 What were the three causes of the fall of the Roman Empire? ANSWER: Poor economy, bad leadership, invasions.
Legend says these twins founded Rome: ANSWER: Romulus and RemusFun Facts: 100 Legend says these twins founded Rome: ANSWER: Romulus and Remus
Fun Facts : 200 A person who fought people or animals for public entertainment at the Coliseum: ANSWER: Gladiator
Fun Facts : 300 A human made channel that carried water long distances: ANSWER: Aqueduct
Fun Facts : 400 This volcano exploded in Pompeii during the Roman Empire: ANSWER: Mt. Vesuvius
What day is the Ides of March? ANSWER: March 15thFun Facts : 500 What day is the Ides of March? ANSWER: March 15th
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