Roman Republic Quiz

10 Questions  I  By Kbhbk on January 21, 2010
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1.  What are the three branches of Roman government?
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2.  Whose allowed to vote in the Roman government?
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3.  Which month was named after Julius Caesar?
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4.  What two classes was Roman society made up of?
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5.  What were children 7-11 taught?
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6.  How many males made up the Senate?
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7.  What was Augustus trying to establish in Roman society?
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8.  What made the Roman navy so successful?
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9.  Who was the first Punic War fought against?
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10.  If the Romans conquered an area, what did the people of that area have to give up?
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Quiz Comments (1)
Any interest in this fascinating period is geatly to be encouraged, of course. This quiz may represent what is being taught, but there are some questionable "right" answers. Since the Republic lasted several hundred years, things changed. For example: The number of senate members was not always 300. Romans might be Plebs, Particians or Nobles. Where did you get that the head count couldn't vote? Their vote didn't count much, but they could cast it (if they were males, of course.)The success of the Roman navy was inconsistent, but might be attributed to their superior equipment. www.judithgeary.com
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