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Which religion is being described?
• It had its roots in Judaism
• Jesus is both the Son and
incarnation of God.
• Life after death
• New Testament
A.Islam
B.Christianity
C.Zoroastrianism
Who Spread Christianity throughout the
Roman Empire?
A.Asoka and his missionaries
B.St. Cyril and St. Methodius
C. the Apostles, including Paul
Why were the early Christians
persecuted?
A. They led a rebellion against the Empire
B. They tried to free the slaves
C. They refused to worship the Roman Gods
Christian doctrine was established by
early church
A. patriarchs
B. popes
C. councils
The First Council of Nicaea
As the Roman Empire declined in the
West, the influence and membership of the
Christian Church
A. declined
B. grew
C. stayed the same
The scattering of the Jews after being exiled
from Israel by the Romans is called the
A.Diaspora
B.Torah
C.Big shake-up
All of the following are causes for the
decline of the Roman Empire EXCEPT?
•MAD PIE
A. Moral decay
B. Army discipline
C. Division of empire
D. Political problems
E. Invasions
F. Economic growth
Germanic invaders poured into the
___ part of the Empire
A. Eastern
B. Southeastern
C. Western
Which Roman emperor adopted and
legalized Christianity and move the capital
of the Roman Empire to the East?
A. Caligula
B. Constantine
C. Augustus
The eastern part of the Roman Empire
survived and became known as the
A. Islamic Empire
B. Spanish Empire
C. Byzantine Empire
These well-engineered structures helped
trade flow smoothly throughout the
Roman Empire.
A. Domes
B. Minarets
C. Roads
Romans used these curved structures as
memorials in addition to supporting
buildings, bridges, and aqueducts
A.columns
B.arches
C.domes
Romans designed these to bring water
from the mountains to the cities.
A. aqueducts
B. pails
C. aquariums
The political and
economic heart of
Rome was the
A. Town Center
B. Forum
C. Gaul
What is the name of the building
pictured?
A. Colosseum
B. Parthenon
C. Pantheon
What is the name of the building
pictured?
A. Colosseum
B. Dome of the Rock
C. Pantheon
Which religion is being described?
• It had its roots in Judaism
• Jesus is both the Son and
incarnation of God.
• Life after death
• New Testament
A.Islam
B.Christianity
C.Zoroastrianism
Who Spread Christianity throughout the
Roman Empire?
A.Asoka and his missionaries
B.St. Cyril and St. Methodius
C. the Apostles, including Paul
Why were the early Christians
persecuted?
A. They led a rebellion against the Empire
B. They tried to free the slaves
C. They refused to worship the Roman Gods
Christian doctrine was established by
early church
A. patriarchs
B. popes
C. councils
The First Council of Nicaea
As the Roman Empire declined in the
West, the influence and membership of the
Christian Church
A. declined
B. grew
C. stayed the same
The scattering of the Jews after being exiled from
Israel by the Romans is called the
A.Diaspora
B.Torah
C.Big shake-up
All of the following are causes for the
decline of the Roman Empire EXCEPT?
•MAD PIE
A. Moral decay
B. Army discipline
C. Division of empire
D. Political problems
E. Invasions
F. Economic growth
Germanic invaders poured into the
___ part of the Empire
A. Eastern
B. Southeastern
C. Western
Which Roman emperor adopted and
legalized Christianity and move the capital
of the Roman Empire to the East?
A. Caligula
B. Constantine
C. Augustus
The eastern part of the Roman Empire
survived and became known as the
A. Islamic Empire
B. Spanish Empire
C. Byzantine Empire
These well-engineered structures helped
trade flow smoothly throughout the
Roman Empire.
A. Domes
B. Minarets
C. Roads
Romans used these curved structures as
memorials in addition to supporting
buildings, bridges, and aqueducts
A.columns
B.arches
C.domes
Romans designed these to bring water
from the mountains to the cities.
A. aqueducts
B. pails
C. aquariums
The political and
economic heart of
Rome was the
A. Town Center
B. Forum
C. Gaul
What is the name of the building
pictured?
A. Colosseum
B. Parthenon
C. Pantheon
What is the name of the building
pictured?
A. Colosseum
B. Dome of the Rock
C. Pantheon
“The Aeneid” was written by the
Roman poet
A.Homer
B. Virgil
C. Sophocles
Who designed an Earth-centered,
(wrong) model of the universe that was
held as truth for 1400 years.
A. Ptolemy
B. Phidias
C. Plato