AP/HIST 2100 6.0 ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME 2011-12
FINAL EXAMINATION IN ROMAN HISTORY
Date: Tuesday 10 April 2012
Place: Tait McKenzie Gym EAST
Time: 2.00 – 4.00 p.m.
Make sure you know where the Tait McKenzie Gym is located well in advance of the
Ensure that you arrive at least fifteen minutes before the scheduled start of the examination.
In accordance with York Senate regulations, all students are required to bring one valid photo
identification to the examination for inspection: either a valid YU card or a photo-bearing form
of identification such as a current Driver’s Licence or passport. A TTC pass is not acceptable.
FORMAT OF THE EXAMINATION: 2 HOURS; 100 MARKS.
SECTION A. SHORT ANSWERS AND IDENTIFICATIONS: 30 minutes; 30 marks
1. Briefly identify and explain the historical significance of TEN of the following, choosing at
least THREE from Group A (names) and THREE from Group B (key terms) (10 x 2 = 20 marks)
[Note: The names and terms will be selected from the “Key Terms” posted on the HIST
2100 moodle site for the Winter Term.]
2. Match the events in the left-hand column with the dates in the right-hand column (5 x 1 = 5
3. Geographical/map question (5 marks).
SECTION B. PASSAGES FROM SOURCES FOR COMMENT: 50 minutes; 40 marks
(2 x 20 = 40 marks)
You will be asked to write on TWO of FOUR sources drawn from the readings listed on the
Course Syllabus for the Winter Term.
Each commentary should be about 250 words in lengt