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Geography and
Social Stuff
Christianity
EARLY WARS
Engineering &
Literature
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Imperial Rome
Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from 5.1
Italy’s location on a
peninsula, the protection
provided by the Alps and the
Mediterranean Sea, and its
climate made it ideally suited
for the emergence of a mighty
empire.
True or False?
$100 Answer from 5.1
TRUE
$200 Question from 5.1
__________were wealthy Romans
that typically owned property and
held important government jobs
$200 Answer from 5.1
Patricians
$300 Question from 5.1
The Romans founded a new type of
government called a ‘_________’, in
which people chose officials to
represent them.
$300 Answer from 5.1
REPUBLIC
$400 Question from 5.1
•This term correctly identifies the common Romans
at the bottom of the social pyramid – typically poor
farmers, craftspeople and merchants?
$400 Answer from 5.1
plebians
$500 Question from 5.1
First publically
posted written laws
in Rome, 450 BC
$500 Answer from 5.1
12 TABLES
$100 Question from 5.2
Over time, the Roman
government transitioned from a
Republic to an
$100 Answer from 5.2
EMPIRE
$200 Question from 5.2
What city was the center of
Rome's enemy in the Punic Wars?
$200 Answer from 5.2
CARTHAGE
$300 Question from 5.2
Who was the skilled general
who led his troops over the
Alps into Rome during the
second Punic war?
$300 Answer from 5.2
•Hannibal
$400 Question from 5.2
• who was the Roman
god of war?
$400 Answer from 5.2
•MARS
$500 Question from 5.2
•Brothers who fought for
the common man in
Rome, both were elected
as the head of their
Tribune
$500 Answer from 5.2
Tiberius & Gaius Gracchus
$100 Question from 5.3
•What were the gladiator shows
and what was their purpose?
$100 Answer from 5.3
Violent spectacles
where slaves fought
to the death for the
entertainment of
Roman citizens
$200 Question from 5.3
•What was the primary
use of an aqueduct?
$200 Answer from 5.3
To transport Water
$300 Question from 5.3
•Roman gods and
goddesses were mostly
based on the mythology of:
$300 Answer from 5.3
Greece
$400 Question from 5.3
Romans used this material,
which is still widely used
today to build roads,
aqueducts and even parts of
the coliseum
$400 Answer from 5.3
Concrete
$500 Question from 5.3
Brothers who were raised by
wolves, one killed the other
& went on to found the city
of Rome
$500 Answer from 5.3
•Romulus & Remus
$100 Question from 5.4
Who founded christiantiy
$100 Answer from the 5.4
JESUS
$200 Question from the 5.4
•Roman __________ helped the
spread of christianity by allowing
the followers of Jesus to travel
anywhere in the Emipre
$200 Answer from the 5.4
ROADS
$300 Question from the 5.4
•The __________ helped the spread
of Christianity by giving Rome a time
of peace and prosperity
$300 Answer from the 5.4
PAX ROMANA
$400 Question from the 5.4
•Why did Roman rulers seek out,
persecute & bully Christians?
$400 Answer from the 5.4
would not worship Roman
gods or view roman
emperors as gods.
$500 Question from the 5.4
What did the Edict of Milan, a
law created by Emperor
Constantine in 313 AD do?
$500 Answer from the 5.4
Granted freedom of
religion &
worship!
$100 Question from
5.5
An all-powerful ruler
who ruled for a short
time (6 months) in a time
of crisis
$100 Answer from 5.5
DICTATOR
$200 Question from 5.5
•When a country establishes
control over foreign lands and
peoples
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Imperialism
$300 Question from 5.5
Basic military unit in the Roman army
$300 Answer from 5.5
LEGIONS
$400 Question from 5.5
The widespread use of slavery
in Rome began in the ______,
or large farming estates.
$400 Answer from 5.5
Latifundias
$500 Question from 5.5
This man was assassinated on the Ides of March
44 B.C. by a group of Senators
Double DOWN – DESCRIBE HOW THIS
MAN TOOK OVER ROME!
$500 5.5
Caesar
Final Jeopardy
What three things led to the fall of the Roman
Empire?
Final Jeopardy Answer
A series of bad rulers,
poor government choices
an ineffective army &
natural disasters