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Name: ____________________________________
“Roman World” Study Guide Unit 7
DIRECTIONS: Write a word or name from the choice box that best answers the question. Some words
or names may be used more than once.
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Assembly
Brutus
Cicero
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Epicureanism
gladiators
Gregorian
Latins
legions
Mediterranean
Nero
Octavian
patricians
CHOICE BOX
Pax Romana
persecution
plebeians
Punic
republic
roads
Roman Republic
Romulus
Senate
Stoicism
toga
tribunes
tribute
veto
_________________________1.
What was name of Julius Caesar’s nephew and adopted
son who became Caesar Augustus, the ruler in power
when was born?
_________________________2.
Who according to legend was the founder of Rome
along with his twin brother Remus?
_________________________3.
What are members of the Roman noble class who had
the right to vote?
_________________________4.
Where were the leaders of the noble class or patricians
called?
_________________________5.
What was the governing body of the noble class of
Rome?
_________________________6.
Who were the common workers of Rome that had the
power of veto?
_________________________7.
What means “I forbid” and allowed plebeians to hinder
actions of the noble class?
_________________________8.
What means “belonging to the people” and is a form of
government in which citizens elect representatives?
_________________________9.
What were the leaders of the plebeians or lower class
called?
_________________________10. What was the governing body of the lower class of
Rome?
_________________________11. Who assassinated his friend Julius Caesar?
_________________________12.
_________________________13.
What were unit divisions of Roman infantry called?
Who was the Roman emperor who blamed Christians
for setting Rome on fire?
_________________________14. What was a series of wars between Rome and
Carthage?
_________________________15. What was a period of Roman peace and prosperity
during which Christ was born?
Name: ____________________________________
“Roman World” Study Guide Unit 7
DIRECTIONS: Write a word or name from the choice box that best answers the question. Some words
or names may be used more than once.
_________________________16.
Who were the European settlers that made their home
in Rome before the Republic was formed?
_________________________17. What was formed when the Etruscan King Tarquin the
Proud was driven from the throne?
_________________________18. In what body of water is the peninsula of Italy located?
_________________________19.
What is the harsh and sometimes deadly treatment of
Christians in Rome after Christ’s death?
_________________________20. What Roman senator was a famous orator and lawyer?
_________________________21.
What are taxes paid to a ruler by conquered people?
_________________________22.
_________________________26.
What is the name of the modern calendar based of
Julius Caesar’s calendar?
What is the loose, one-piece robe worn by a Roman
citizen?
What did the Romans build that connected Rome with
her conquered peoples?
What did the Romans build to carry water through
their city?
What was the belief that pleasure is all that matters?
_________________________27.
What was the belief that duty is all that matters?
_________________________23.
_________________________24.
_________________________25.
_________________________28.
What were men who fought other men or animals to
the death in large arenas?
_________________________29. What emperor had Christians killed by lions in the
arena?