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QUESTION 1What is polytheism?The belief in more than one god.The belief in one god.The belief that there is no god.2 points QUESTION 2What is the House of Representatives in the United States?The part of Congress where each state receives representation based on population and may not have a representative if they don’t have a high enough population.The part of Congress where each state receives representation based on population but is entitled to at least one representative who serves a two-year term.The part of Congress where each state is represented by two members for a total of 100 people who serve six-year terms.2 points QUESTION 3What part of Roman culture survived the fall of the Roman Empire in 476?Christianity.Republic form of GovernmentFrescos2 points QUESTION 4How do the powers of the President of the United States and the Consul of ancient Rome compare?They both had/have supreme power over the citizens.Neither position had/has very much power at all.The Roman Consul controlled military, declared war, made laws, taxed the people. The President of the United States is the head of state and head of government. He has the same powers as the Roman Consul, but needs to consult other branches of government on most decisions.2 points QUESTION 5Ancient Rome and modern-day U.S. are/were both republics. What does that mean?They both operate under a government where the citizens make all government decisions.They both operate under a government where a small group of individuals make all of the decisions.They both operate under a government where the citizens elect representatives to serve as government officials.2 points QUESTION 6Why were Christians persecuted after the Great Fire of Rome?Because Pagans started the fire to kill Christians.Because people thought the supernatural ideas of Christianity started the fire.Because Emperor Nero accused the Christians of setting the fire.2 points QUESTION 7Ancient Rome and modern-day U.S. are both considered to be world powers. What does this mean?They were/are an economic power.They were/are both economic and military powers.They were/are a military power.2 points QUESTION 8How did the Romans conquer so much land?They dropped bombs and killed the people who lived there.They paid people to leave their land so they could take it.They used the Roman army to invade and take the land.2 points QUESTION 9What is the Senate in the United States?The part of Congress where each state receives representation based on population but is entitled to at least one representative who serves a two-year term.The part of Congress where each state is represented by two members for a total of 100 people who serve six-year terms.The part of Congress where each state receives representation based on population but is entitled to at least one representative who serves a five-year term.2 points QUESTION 10Which Roman Emperor legalized Christianity?ConstantineNeroCaesar2 points QUESTION 11When was Classical Greece?750 BC to 146 BC.750 BC – 480 BC.480 BC to 146 BC.2 points QUESTION 12Who were Romulus and Remus?The twin sons of Rhea and Mars who killed each other in battle.The twin sons of Zeus who founded Greece.The twin sons of Rhea and Mars who founded Rome.2 points QUESTION 13The religion, art, and literature of the Hellenistic Age wasStrictly influenced by traditional Greek ideas.A blend of Greek and native elements.Only what was approved by Alexander.2 points QUESTION 14Rome was built next to this river because the land was fertile.The Nile RiverThe Indus RiverThe Tiber River2 points QUESTION 15Who attacked Athens in 490 BC?SpartaEgyptPersia2 points QUESTION 16What did city-states have in common?GovernmentReligion and languagePatron god.2 points QUESTION 17What is an oligarchy?A state or nation in which the supreme power is actually or nominally lodged in a king, queen, or emperor.A political regime where most political power effectively rests with a small segment of society.When citizens make decisions about government.2 points QUESTION 18How did Greek city-states treat government?All city-states used the same form of government.All city-states experimented with different forms of government.Each city-state had its own form of government.2 points QUESTION 19What is a democracy?A political regime where most political power effectively rests with a small segment of society.A state or nation in which the supreme power is actually or nominally lodged in a king, queen, or emperor.A situation where citizens make decisions about government.2 points QUESTION 20What is a monarchy?A political regime where most political power effectively rests with a small segment of society.A state or nation in which the supreme power is actually or nominally lodged in a king, queen, or emperor.A situation where citizens make decisions about government.2 points QUESTION 21What did the Roman Senate do?They advised the consuls in how to act.They advised the Prefects in how to act.2 points QUESTION 22What does veto mean?I forbid it”.Supreme power”.Pass this law now”.2 points QUESTION 23People from ancient Rome and modern-day U.S. are patriotic. What does this mean?They express devoted love, support, and defense of their country.They were exiled from their country.They paid taxes to their country.2 points QUESTION 24What is limited government?A government that is completely operated by citizens.A government that has one dictator that makes up all the laws, and the citizens have no power over the dictator.A government that is restricted to specific functions; in the case of the United States of America, those would be the functions outlined in the Constitution.2 points QUESTION 25Why would a country build checks and balances into their government?So no one branch of government would become too powerful.Because you can’t have a republic without checks and balances.Because all governments strive to be like the ancient Romans.2 points QUESTION 26What were Roman emperors considered to be?GodsWitchesRich2 points QUESTION 27What was the Colosseum used for?A place for animals to graze.A place for people to live.Gladiatorial contests and public spectacles.2 points QUESTION 28When Athens became too powerful, which city-state stood up to them?CorinthSpartaArgos2 points QUESTION 29A deity is aA form of educationPiece of artGod or goddess.2 points QUESTION 30What are branches of government?The normal division is into Executive, Legislative, and Judicial.Any number of groups of government that make the laws.The jobs in government that are held by every-day people.2 points QUESTION 31The Roman Forum was the central area whereTrade and the government happened.Executions happened.Great art was made.2 points QUESTION 32Were women treated badly in other city-states in Sparta?No. Women in Sparta were taught to be good wives and mothers as young girls.Yes. Women in Sparta were not equal to men.No. Women in Sparta had a lot of freedom. Women in Sparta were taught to be fighters. Some Women in Sparta became warriors and many ran businesses.2 points QUESTION 33When was the Hellenistic Age?Just after King Philip died.Between the conquest of the Persian Empire by Alexander the Great and the establishment of Roman power.The time when Alexander the Great was Conquering Persia.2 points QUESTION 34When was the Roman Empire in existence?270 BCE to 47 CE27 CE to 476 BCE27 BCE to 476 CE2 points QUESTION 35What form of government was practiced in the Roman Empire?Autocratic.Autocratic.Democracy.2 points QUESTION 36Who introduced Christianity to the Romans?The PopeSt. Peter and St. PaulJesus Christ2 points QUESTION 37Which continent was most of the Roman Empire located on?AsiaAfricaEurope2 points QUESTION 38What did the Minoans invent?A system of lead weights to help in economic transactions.BronzeSurplus2 points QUESTION 39Why do we study Greek literature and theater?To understand Greek cultureTo understand Greek philosophyBecause it is interesting2 points QUESTION 40What kind of government system did Augustus create?Only the people in the conquered lands paid taxes.Only the citizens of the Roman capital paid taxes.Everyone in the empire paid taxes.

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