Roman Civilization Study Guide

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Classical Civilization: Roman Civilization Study Guide Multiple Choice Items: Lecture 1. Rome's major contributions to Western civilization 2. Rome's minor contributions to Western civilization 3. the familia 4. the domus 5. paterfamilias 6. Roman marriage 7. Roman divorce 8. Roman children 9. the praenomen 10. the nomen 11. the cognomen 12. the meanings of civitas 13. the relationship between the citizen and the community 14. virtus 15. pietas 16. fides 17. gravitas 18. constantia 19. mos maiorum & res novae 20. Greek influence on Roman literature 21. Livius Andronicus 22. Plautus 23. Terernce 24. Cato the Elder 25. Catullus 26. Lucretius 27. Sallust 28. Caesar as a literary figure 29. Propertius 30. Horace 31. Ovid 32. Livy 33. Seneca 34. Petronius 35. Josephus 36. Tacitus 37. Pliny the Younger 38. Suetonius 39. Apuleius 40. Pausanias 41. Plutarch 42. Arrian
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43. the characteristics of Roman religion 44. the Capitoline Triad 45. the meaning of religio 46. the Sibylline Books 47. the pax deorum 48. Roman family religion 49. deification and Roman emperors 50.
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