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Grade 6 Roman Empire

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The Pax Romana was known as                 .
  1. Roman principles
  2. Roman people
  3. Roman peace
  4. Roman prices
Grade 7 Medieval Europe
Which of the following survived Rome's fall?
  1. The Christian Church.
  2. Roman books.
  3. the republic.
  4. Roman schooling.
Grade 7 Roman Empire
Which two civilizations fought in the Punic Wars?
  1. The Greeks and the Romans
  2. The Byzantines and the Scythians
  3. The Carthaginians and the Romans
  4. The Hittites and the Persians
Grade 9 Renaissance and Reformation
Which two ancient cultures did the people living during the Renaissance try to emulate (act or be like)?
  1. Egyptian and Roman
  2. Roman and Greek
  3. Egyptian and Greek
  4. None of the above
Grade 6 Roman Empire
Romulus and Remus were
  1. Roman emperors.
  2. Roman generals.
  3. the main characters in the story about the beginnings of Rome.
  4. the main gods worshiped by the Romans.
Grade 5 Roman Empire
What does the Pax Romana refer to?
  1. The scrolls containing Roman laws
  2. A treaty between Rome and Greece
  3. The system of Roman government
  4. A period of Roman peace
Grade 6 Roman Empire
What was the Pax Romana?
  1. Roman Peace
  2. War with greece
  3. Land Entitlement
  4. Crowning the Roman king
Grade 10 Roman Empire
The Roman Republic
  1. granted citizenship and voting rights to all its people
  2. allowed any citizen to hold office
  3. combined elements of democracy, aristocracy, and monarchy
  4. maintained an army of mercenaries
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 10 Roman Empire
Grade 7 Renaissance and Reformation
Grade 10 Roman Empire
Christianity was a threat to Roman rulers because
  1. Jesus preached against Roman rule.
  2. Christians refused to worship Roman gods.
  3. Christians tried to overthrow Nero.
  4. Romans were considered heretics.
Grade 7 Roman Empire
Grade 6 Roman Empire

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The first Roman emperor was                
  1. Julius Caesar.
  2. Octavius.
  3. Constantine I.
  4. Theodosius I.
Grade 9 Roman Empire
The Roman Republic was proclaimed in
  1. 272 B.C.E.
  2. 509 A.D.
  3. 509 B.C.E.
  4. 149 B.C.E.
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