Statistics for Impossible Roman History

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  • This quiz has been taken 343 times
  • The average score is 12 of 28

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
Two cities destroyed by Mt. VesuviusPompeii
83%
Opposite of a plebeianPatrician
78%
Romulus and Remus were descended
from this Trojan hero
Aeneas
60%
Types of magistrates in the Roman RepublicConsul
57%
This stammering emperor followed CaligulaClaudius
56%
This region had Transalpine
and Cisalpine parts
Gaul
56%
The Empire reached its maximum extent
in the reign of this emperor
Trajan
55%
When the early Romans needed women,
they stole them from this tribe
Sabines
51%
Two cities destroyed by Mt. VesuviusHerculaneum
50%
Censorious senator who ended speeches
with "Carthage must be destroyed"
Cato
45%
Types of magistrates in the Roman RepublicPraetor
44%
Cognomen of Marcus TulliusCicero
44%
This city was Rome's seaportOstia
44%
This emperor established a tetrarchy
of four rulers
Diocletian
42%
Centermost hill of RomePalatine Hill
41%
Dynasty of Vespasian, Titus, and DomitianFlavians
38%
This class of people was just below
the Senatorial Order in rank
{Equestrian} Order
38%
The original laws of the Roman Republic{Twelve} Tables
34%
Latin for "head of the family"Paterfamilias
33%
Types of magistrates in the Roman RepublicTribune
33%
Types of magistrates in the Roman RepublicQuaestor
32%
Types of magistrates in the Roman RepublicCensor
30%
Wife of Augustus during his reignLivia
30%
Types of magistrates in the
Roman Republic
Aedile
24%
Bodyguard of a magistrate. Carried
a staff called a fasces
Lictor
23%
Era of the Empire that came after
the Principate
Dominate
18%
Ancient Roman goddess of warBellona
16%
He was called the
"Third Founder of Rome"
Gaius Marius
10%

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