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Ian and Callum's History Quizzes To Get Your Brain Cells Working - Part 7 - Roman Empire
The Roman Empire was surely one of the most enduring and influential Empires there ever was.
This is the seventh quiz in our series so come on in and have a go! We have composed a multiple choice quiz of ten questions for you to try. As always you'll need a pen(cil) and paper to record your results.
Please don't cheat by using the net or books as we would like to know how you did - HONESTLY!
Further instructions you will find at the end of the quiz.
Ian and callum.
(alian346 and calpol25)
Julius Caesar and his troops crossed a river in 49BCE on their way to Rome. This was considered as the point of no return. What was the name of this river?
What was the unit of currency in Ancient Rome?
This is a picture of the Castel Sant’Angelo on the banks of the Tiber in Rome. It contains the tomb of which emperor?
Ancient Rome was obviously the centre of the Roman Empire, but what was its maximum population when it was at its height?
A around 1 million
B around 10 million
C around 500000
D around 100000.
Pompeii is famous for being buried by lava and ash from an eruption of Mount Vesuvius. In which year?
‘Beware the Ides of which Month’ - was a warning given to Julius Caesar before his demise?
The early part of Caligula’s reign has been described as moderate and stable and noble. Later he became ill and did terrible things. Which one of these was he not responsible for?
A He ate the unborn foetus of his sister’s child
B He had Christians thrown to the lions in the Coliseum
C He planned to have his horse created consul
D He brought back sea shells from Britain and claimed them to be treasure.
Which group caused the most damage to the Roman Empire?
The Pantheon in Rome was built in the time of Ancient Rome. It has a large unsupported roof. Which material is it made of?
How did Julius Caesar die? He was
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