Roman Jeopardy

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Published on October 29, 2007

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Ancient Roman Jeopardy:  Ancient Roman Jeopardy SPQR Round 1:  Round 1 Round 2 Category 1 – 10 points:  Category 1 – 10 points City that grew strong in Italy and eventually controlled most of Europe. Rome Next Question Category 1 – 20 points:  Category 1 – 20 points The Roman name for Judea Palestine Next Question Category 1 – 30 points:  Category 1 – 30 points These create Italy’s northern border. Alps Next Question Category 1 – 40 points:  Category 1 – 40 points These mountains form a gigantic backbone through the middle of Italy. Apennine Next Question Category 1– 50 points:  Category 1– 50 points This fertile area is located on the west coast of central Italy. Latium Next Question Category 2 – 10 points:  Category 2 – 10 points Majority of Roman citizens, commoners. Plebeian Next Question Category 2 – 20 points:  Category 2 – 20 points Members of Rome’s noble families. Patrician Next Question Category 2 – 30 points:  Category 2 – 30 points Fertile island to the west of Italy’s “toe.” Sicily Next Question Category 2 – 40 points:  Category 2 – 40 points This river runs directly though the Latium. Tiber Next Question Category 2 – 50 points:  Category 2 – 50 points The area of the Roman empire that is now France. Gaul Next Question Category 3 – 10 points:  Category 3 – 10 points A government where representatives speak or act for a larger group of people. Republic Next Question Category 3 – 20 points:  Category 3 – 20 points Elected officials that acted in the government for others. Representatives Next Question Category 3 – 30 points:  Category 3 – 30 points Most powerful Roman branch of government. Controlled taxing and foreign affairs. Senate Next Question Category 3 – 40 points:  Category 3 – 40 points Roman branch of government that worked for the rights of plebeians. Tribunes Next Question Category 3 – 50 points:  Category 3 – 50 points A third branch of Roman government, served as army commanders and judges. Consul Next Question Category 4 – 10 points:  Category 4 – 10 points This story describes the birth of Christianity. New Testament Next Question Category 4 – 20 points:  Category 4 – 20 points Christians believe that this man was the Messiah. Jesus Next Question Category 4 – 30 points:  Category 4 – 30 points A fisherman that became of Jesus’ apostles. Peter Next Question Category 4– 40 points:  Category 4– 40 points Simple stories that contain a message or truth. Parable Next Question Category 4– 50 points:  Category 4– 50 points Jesus’ 12 closest followers were called. Apostle Next Question Category 5 – 10 points:  Category 5 – 10 points A time of “Roman Peace” that allowed many technological developments in the Roman Empire. Pax Romana Next Question Category 5 – 20 points:  Category 5 – 20 points This is a ruler with absolute power. Dictator Next Question Category 5– 30 points:  Category 5– 30 points A count of people living in an area. Census Next Question Category 5 – 40 points:  Category 5 – 40 points “Athletes” of ancient Rome. Often fought for their lives. Gladiator Next Question Category 5– 50 points:  Category 5– 50 points Waterways built to bring fresh water into Roman Cities. Aqueduct Next Question Round 2:  Round 2 Final Jeopardy Category 6– 20 points:  Category 6– 20 points This is a war between groups within one country. Civil War Next Question Category 6– 40 points:  Category 6– 40 points 20-year war fought between ancient Carthage and Rome. Punic Wars Next Question Category 6– 60 points:  Category 6– 60 points The Battle of __________ was fought in 202 B.C. between the Romans and Carthage. Zama Next Question Category 6– 80 points:  Category 6– 80 points This general brought a powerful army from Carthage to combat the Romans after the Punic Wars. Hannibal Next Question Category 6– 100 points:  Category 6– 100 points This man is the head of the Catholic Church. Pope Next Question Category 7– 20 points:  Category 7– 20 points This was Jesus’ childhood home. Nazareth Next Question Category 7 – 40 points:  Category 7 – 40 points This entire city was covered in ash due to a huge volcanic eruption. Pompeii Next Question Category 7– 60 points:  Category 7– 60 points This became the capital city of the eastern empire under Constantine. Constantinople Next Question Category 7– 80 points:  Category 7– 80 points Town that is said to be the birthplace of Jesus. Bethlehem Next Question Category 7– 100 points:  Category 7– 100 points The region in which Jesus was said to have spent most of his life. Judea Next Question Category 8– 20 points:  Category 8– 20 points Fertile island to the west of Italy’s “toe.” Sicily Next Question Category 8– 40 points:  Category 8– 40 points Powerful civilization centered in northern Africa around 260 B.C. Carthage Next Question Category 8– 60 points:  Category 8– 60 points This man attempted to reunite the Roman empire and gave citizens some religious freedoms. Constantine Next Question Category 8– 80 points:  Category 8– 80 points This man was an ancient Roman historian. Livy Next Question Category 8– 100 points:  Category 8– 100 points This 25-year-old Roman general defeated Hannibal. Scipio Next Question Category 9– 20 points:  Category 9– 20 points Worked with Peter to build Rome’s Christian community. Paul Next Question Category 9– 40 points:  Category 9– 40 points Lead a group of rebels into Rome and proclaimed himself ruler of Rome. Julius Caesar Next Question Category 9– 60 points:  Category 9– 60 points Powerful Roman Emperor that came to power in AD 284 and first divided Rome into regions. Diocletian Next Question Category 9 – 80 points:  Category 9 – 80 points Ruler of Rome during Pax Romana. Octavian or Augustus Next Question Category 9 – 100 points:  Category 9 – 100 points Gained control of the Egyptian throne with the help of Caesar. Cleopatra Next Question Category 10 – 20 points:  Category 10 – 20 points A collection of laws written on bronze tablets around 450 B.C. in Rome. Twelve Tables Next Question Category 10 – 40 points:  Category 10 – 40 points Huge temple built to honor all Roman gods and goddesses. Pantheon Next Question Category 10 – 60 points:  Category 10 – 60 points This was the home to the gladiator games in Rome. Colosseum Next Question Category 10 – 80 points:  Category 10 – 80 points This was the center of life in ancient Rome, an open space the size of a soccer field. Forum Next Question Category 10 – 100 points:  Category 10 – 100 points This was a large chariot track and stadium in Ancient Rome. Circus Maximus Next Question Final Jeopardy:  Final Jeopardy Write down the amount you wish to wager on this question Final Jeopardy:  Final Jeopardy This is a regional church leader. Bishop

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