The Ancient City: Life in Classical Athens & Rome Quiz

Peter Connolly
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

_______ is the god of wine and emotion. (from Part I: Athens, Pages 48 through 102)

2.

There are 144 of these in Rome, according to historical record. (from Part II: Rome, Pages 105 through 149)

3.

This is otherwise known as the banquet hall. (from Part II: Rome, Pages 190 through 251)

4.

Sophocles and Euripides are considered the best of these. (from Part I: Athens, Pages 48 through 102)

5.

These, built in 312 BC, provide a reliable source of water for Romans. (from Part II: Rome, Pages 105 through 149)

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