A) A 200 year period of economic hardship for Rome
B) A 100 year time period when Rome was conquered by barbarians
C) A 200 year period of peace and prosperity for Rome
A) Music, literature, paintings, and mathematics
B) Christianity, literature, architecture, government, language, and philosophy
C) Athletics, warfare, science, and economics
A) The Dome of the Rock
B) The Coliseum
C) The Golden Arches
A) Decreases in population growth, the Crusades, losing wars, and arrogant leadership
B) Inflation, corrupt politicians, too much land to control, invasions, not enough crops to feed the population adequately, taxes not being paid, loss of traditional Roman values, and weak government bullied by the military
C) Lack of patriotism, a little ice age came, a plague of epic proportions, and weak men
A) The Celts, the Vikings, and the Mongols
B) The Egyptians, the Ethiopians, and the Persians
C) The Huns, the Goths, and the Vandals
A) 500 A.D.
B) 476 A.D.
C) 555 A.D.
A) To make peace with Rome’s enemies
B) To conquer more and more territory for Rome
C) To make changes and reforms to bring Rome back to where it should be
A) Yes, very much so
B) No, the Romans were so used to doing as they pleased that they ignored most of what he tried to do
C) Yes, but only to an extent
A) 284 A.D.
B) 395 A.D.
C) 312 A.D.
A) 330 A.D.
B) 312 A.D.
C) 400 A.D.
A) In 395 A.D. by Theodosius
B) In 125 A.D. by Little Caesar
C) In 455 A.D. by Nero
A) Wasn’t what it once was, but it wasn’t total chaos
B) Continued peace and prosperity
C) Chaos and violence for almost 100 years
A) Our ocean
B) Our lake
C) Our sea
A) He didn’t separate it at all; he kept it intact
B) Into two sections, east and west
C) Into 4 different sections with each leader that was over each section, under his authority