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This altar, dedicated by Augustus in 9 BC, is
known as the:
a) Ara Augustus
b) Pax Romana
c) Ara Pacis
d) Pax Augusta
Octavian, who became the ruler of Rome in 44 BC,
a) Marc Antony
b) Julius Caesar
c) Augustus
d) Claudius
This is:
a) Hadrian.
b) Caesar Augustus.
c) Julius Caesar.
d) Vespasian
The combination of smooth and rough masonry surfaces
on some Roman architecture is known as:
a) Poor construction.
b) Etruscan influenced design.
c) Claudian rustication.
d) Augustan rustication.
This is:
a) the Colosseum.
b) the Pompeii
c) the Pantheon.
d) the Domus Aurea.
The Roman Empire reached its greatest
geographic extent and height of power in the:
a) Republican Period (506 to 27 BC)
b) Early Empire (27 BC to 96 AD)
c) High Empire (96-192 AD)
d) None of the above.
This funerary relief demonstrates an example of:
a) Imperial style.
b) The art of the lower
c) Augustan
d) A change in Roman
funerary practices.
Who was the first non-Roman emperor?
a) Marcus Aurelius
b) Trajan
c) Hadrian
d) Domitian
In 31 BC, Octavian defeated Marc Antony and
Cleopatra at:
a) Athen
b) Augustus
c) Aeneas
d) Actium
This is the equestrian statue of:
a) Vespasian
b) Hadrian
c) Marcus Aurelius
d) Antoninus Pius