C11-Quiz - C11-Quiz Student: _ 1. Paul's case was...

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C11-Quiz Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Paul's case was transferred to Rome because A. The empire was in such a deplorable state that Rome was the only court B. All cases were heard in Rome C. All cases dealing with Christianity were heard in Rome D. As a Roman citizen Paul had the right to appeal his case to Rome, which he did E. All of these are correct 2. During its early history, Rome was dominated by the A. Greeks B. Persians C. Minoans D. Etruscans E. Assyrians 3. In the early stages of the Roman republic the patricians elected two A. Kings B. Consuls C. Tribunes D. Archons E. Senators 4. In an effort to alleviate social tensions, this group was allowed to elect two and then later ten tribunes. A. Plebeians B. Slaves C. Patricians D. Consuls E. Dictators
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5. During times of crisis the Romans would appoint an official with absolute power known as a A. Consul B. Tribune C. Archon D. Emperor E. Dictator 6. Rome's monumental struggle with the Carthaginians was known as the A. Phoenician Wars B. Gracchi Wars C. Persian Wars D. Punic Wars E. Sicilian Wars 7. The testudo was A. A siege formation also known as the "tortoise." B. The official elected by the plebeians C. An enormous plantation worked by slaves D. The lengthy introduction to Virgil's Aeneid that stressed the Greek roots of Roman civilization E. A torture performed on early Christians 8. Latifundia was/were A. Enormous plantations worked by slaves B. The emperor's elite guard C. The priestly class devoted to the worship of Mithra D. The wealthy classes of ancient Rome E. Short lyric poems focused on erotic love 9. The tribune whose call for land reform led to his assassination in 132 B.C.E. was A. Julius Caesar B. Lucius Cornelius Sulla C. Tiberius Gracchus D. Gaius Marius E. Cincinnatus
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10. The leader, supported by the Roman aristocrats, who led a slaughter of more than ten thousand of his political enemies was A. Gaius Marius B. Lucius Cornelius Sulla C. Julius Caesar D. Gaius Gracchus E. Augustus Caesar 11. Augustus was able to reunify the empire after defeating his main rivals, who were A. Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus B. Mark Antony and Cleopatra C. Marius and Sulla D. Pompey and Crassus E. The Seleucids and Sasanids 12. The last of the Ptolemaic rulers was A. Cleopatra B. Julius Caesar C. Mark Antony D. Lucius Cornelius Sulla E. Darius III 13. The government established by Augustus Caesar A. Was a monarchy disguised as a republic B. Was a dictatorship similar to the one imposed by Julius Caesar C. Carried on the classical republic structure that the Romans had followed for centuries D. Quickly dissolved into anarchy E. Was copied from the successful Persian model 14. The period known as the pax romana was started by A. The Gracchi brothers B. Julius Caesar C. Lucius Cornelius Sulla D. Augustus Caesar E. Mark Antony
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15. The Romans had a long tradition of written law stretching back to 450 B.C.E. and the creation of the A. Ten Commandments
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Benjamin during the Spring '11 term at Ohlone.

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