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History Quiz/Online Test 5Exam


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History
Course Code
HIST 1001
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All

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Government in the Roman Republic included the Centuriate Assembly,
composed of
Choose one answer.
a. law-making consuls.
b. the aristocratic elite.
c. all of Rome's male citizens.
d. elders, responsible for advising the Senate.
e. priests.
Like the Greeks, Rome excluded defeated peoples from citizenship, leading to
ension and rebellion in the provinces.
Answer:
True False
Julius Caesar
Choose one answer.
a. was put on trial for corruption by the Senate.
b. permanently ended the autonomy of the Senate.
c. became the champion of the aristocracy.
d. had himself proclaimed Augustus, meaning "first citizen."
e. refused to march on Rome and plunged the Republic into civil war.
What geographic feature facilitated the development of the city of Rome?
Choose one answer.
a. Tiber River
b. Capitoline Hill
c. The Appian Way

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d. The Forum
e. Palatine Hill
Which is the correct summary of the achievements of Hannibal?
Choose one answer.
a. In the First Punic War, Hannibal led a surprise attack on Italy, marching across
the Alps with 25,000 men and 18 elephants. Despite stunning victories, he was
assassinated by disgruntled Carthaginian soldiers.
b. In the Second Punic War, Hannibal led a surprise attack on Italy, marching
across the Alps with 2,500 men and 18 elephants. Despite stunning victories, he
was assassinated by disgruntled Carthaginian soldiers.
c. In the Second Punic War, Hannibal led a surprise attack on Italy, marching
across the Alps with 25,000 men and 18 elephants. Despite stunning victories, he
was ultimately defeated by the Romans.
d. In the Third Punic War, Hannibal led a surprise attack on Italy, marching across
the Alps with 2,500 men and 180 elephants. Through stunning victories, he
defeated the Romans.
e. In the First Punic War, Hannibal led a surprise attack on Italy, marching across
the Alps with 2,500 men and 180 elephants. His stunning victories led to defeat for
the Romans, which they avenged in the Second Punic War.
What was the most significant way in which the governing institutions of the
United States of America differed from those of the Roman Republic?
Choose one answer.
a. There were no significant differences.
b. Legislative and executive powers were concentrated in one group in the Roman
Republic, while in the United States they were divided between four bodies.
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