unit 3 assignment for western history

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Question 1

  1. Julius Caesar led the conquest of __________ for the Romans.


Parthia


Egypt


Persia


Gaul

4 points

Question 2

  1. In times of crisis for the Roman Republic, the Romans would periodically resort to a __________ for a short period to restore order.


dictator


king


tyrant


pharaoh

4 points

Question 3

  1. By 326 BC, Alexander had led his armies to __________.


India


Libya


China


Gaul

4 points

Question 4

  1. The earliest form of government in Rome was __________.


a republic


monarchy


democracy


theocracy

4 points

Question 5

  1. In 49 BC, __________ crossed the Rubicon River in an effort to defeat forces led by Pompey and seize control of Rome.


Octavian Caesar


Marcus Brutus


Hannibal


Julius Caesar

4 points

Question 6

  1. Discuss the Roman division of social classes. How did Rome attempt to reconcile these differences in law and culture? What problems did these divisions cause? How could Rome have stopped these problems?

    Your response should be at least 300 words in length.





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30 points

Question 7

  1. How did Greece influence the culture of Rome? What were the similarities and differences? Why did the Romans accept these ideas?

    Your response should be at least 300 words in length.





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30 points

Question 8

  1. Match the person or place in the column on the left to the correct descriptor on the right.

Euclid







Actium


Tiberius Gracchus


Crassus


Alexander


Scipio Africanus


Marcus Brutus


Ptolemy


Mark Antony


Eratosthenes

A.

Led the senatorial conspiracy against Julius Caesar

B.

Roman general during the Punic Wars

C.

Led the conquest of the Persian Empire and most of the Middle East for the Macedonians

D.

Greek mathematician whose work on geometry became the standard for centuries

E.

Greek mathematician who calculated the circumference of the Earth nearly to its modern accepted value

F.

Roman consul whose reform plans led to his assassination

G.

Site of the battle in 31 BC between Octavian Caesar and Mark Antony

H.

A member of the First Triumvirate

I.

A trusted lieutenant to Julius Caesar and later a member of the Second Triumvirate

J.

General under Alexander later given command of Egypt

20 points

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Question 1 1. Julius Caesar led the conquest of __________ for the Romans. Parthia Egypt Persia Gaul 4 points Question 2 1. In times of crisis for the Roman Republic, the Romans would periodically resort to a __________ for a short period to restore order. dictator king tyrant pharaoh 4 points Question 3 1. By 326 BC, Alexander had led his armies to __________. India Libya China Gaul 4 points Question 4 1. The earliest form of government in Rome was __________. a republic monarchy democracy theocracy 4 points Question 5 1. In 49 BC, __________ crossed the Rubicon River in an effort to defeat forces led by Pompey and seize control of Rome. Octavian Caesar Marcus Brutus Hannibal Julius Caesar 4 points Question 6 1. Discuss the Roman division of social classes. How did Rome attempt to reconcile these differences in law and culture? What problems did these divisions cause? How could Rome have stopped these problems? Your response should be at least 300 words in length. Arial 3 (12pt) Paragraph Font family Font size Path: p Words:0 30 points Question 7 1. How did Greece influence the culture of Rome? What were the similarities and differences? Why did the Romans accept these ideas? Your response should be at least 300 words in length. Arial 3 (12pt) Paragraph Font family Font size Path: p Words:0 30 points Question 8 1. Match the person or place in the column on the left to the correct descriptor on the right. Euclid Actium Tiberius Gracchus Crassus Alexander Scipio Africanus Marcus Brutus Ptolemy Mark Antony 2. Eratosthenes A. Led the senatorial conspiracy against Julius Caesar B. Roman general during the Punic Wars C. Led the conquest of the Persian Empire and most of the Middle East for the Macedonians D. Greek mathematician whose work on geometry became the standard for centuries E. Greek mathematician who calculated the circumference of the Earth nearly to its modern accepted value F. Roman consul whose reform plans led to his assassination G. Site of the battle in 31 BC between Octavian Caesar and Mark Antony H. A member of the First Triumvirate I. A trusted lieutenant to Julius Caesar and later a member of the Second Triumvirate J. General under Alexander later given command of Egypt 20 points Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers.

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Question 1
Julius Caesar led the conquest of Gaul for the Romans.
Question 2
In times of crisis for the Roman Republic, the Romans would periodically resort to a dictator for
a short period to restore order.
Question 3
By 326 BC, Alexander had led his armies to India.
Question 4
The earliest form of government in Rome was the monarchy.
Question 5
In 49 BC, Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River to defeat forces led by Pompey and seize
control of Rome.
Question 6
Rome society remained categorized about the honors associated with the different classes and
the numerous other differences in the outlooks towards the classes in daily life. There were
two major subdivisions of the Rome population; patricians and plebeians. The patrician
descended from the ancient most influential honorable families (Squares, 2018). They
owned land, resided in large houses and had political power in the Senate. Plebeians, on the
other hand, were peasants who were employed to work on the farms of the patrician's. The
Plebeians lived in apartments...

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