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Roman Jeopardy. Alexandria. What city is indicated by the red star on the map?. Byzantium/Constantinople. What city is indicated by the red star on the map?. Gaul. What region is indicated by the red star on the map?. Adriatic Sea. Identify the sea indicated by the red star on the map.

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Alexandria

What city is indicated by the red star on the map?

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Byzantium/Constantinople

What city is indicated by the red star on the map?

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Gaul

What region is indicated by the red star on the map?

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Adriatic Sea

Identify the sea indicated by the red star on the map.

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Pyrenees

Tyrrhenian Se

What mountain range is indicated by the red star on the map?

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Constantine

Christianity is declared a protected religion under this emperor

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2nd Punic War

Rome declares war on Macedonia (because Macedonia supported Carthage) after the end of this event.

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Sulla

This person goes to war against Gaius Marius, in part because he dislikes Marius’ policy of letting non-land-holders in his military.

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Crosses the Rubicon

Pompey tells Caesar that Rome will consider Caesar a traitor if Caesar does this.

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A massive plague/smallpox outbreak

One of the signals of Rome’s downfall, a major decline in population occurred after this.

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Julius Caesar

He was assassinated on the Ides of March by a group of senators that included his secondary heir.

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Hadrian

This emperor built a wall around the boundary of Rome.

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Julius Caesar and Mark Antony

The two Romans that fell in love with Cleopatra and had children with her.

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Claudius

This emperor was murdered by his wife.

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Diocletian

Emperor that divided the empire into east and west with co-emperors in charge.

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Cincinnatus

Caesar is proconsul

Cleopatra commits suicide

Claudius reigns

Place these events in order:

Caesar is proconsul of Gaul

Claudius reigns

Cincinnatus is dictator

Cleopatra commits suicide

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Hannibal

Pompey retreats to Greece

Julian Emperors

Crucifixion of Jesus

Place these events in order:

Crucifixion of Jesus

Hannibal is defeated

Julian Emperors

Pompey retreats to Greece

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Gracchus, Marius, Caesar, Cleopatra, Octavian

Place these events in order:

Assassination of Julius Caesar

Gaius Marius is killed

Murder of Tiberius Gracchus

Octavian is declared “Augustus”

Cleopatra commits suicide

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Rome gains Spain

Rome gains Macedonia

Crassus Dies

2nd Triumvirate

Battle at Actium

Put these events in order:

Crassus dies

2nd Triumvirate formed

Rome gains Macedonia

Rome gains Spain

Battle at Actium

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Gaius Gracchus, Sulla, Caligula, Claudius, Hadrian, Constantine

Put these people in order:

Claudius

Caligula

Sulla

Hadrian

Constantine

Gaius Gracchus

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Odoacer

Leader of the Germanic tribe that captured the city of Rome and removed the emperor.

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anarchy

Means the absence of government

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latifundia

Term to describe large farms that were created by wealthy Romans

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Etruscans

This early civilization lived north of Rome and was a major influence on Roman gods, architecture, and engineering.

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patriarch

The bishops of Rome, Antioch, Alexandria, Jerusalem, and Constantinople all took this title.