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Multiple Choice



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Question 1.
Roman cultural development dates from the time of the domination of the


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Question 2.
The opposing class of poor commoners that eventually gained political power and rights was called the


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Question 3.
Which type of ruling authority often brings cultural progress and political unity to the diverse territories under its rule?


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Question 4.
Who was the person who inaugurated the long succession of Roman emperors?


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Question 5.
An elaborate work of sculptural propaganda was the


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Question 6.
Which of the following is the name for a rectangular public hall, usually with a flat ceiling?


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Question 7.
Which of the following architectural elements could bear tremendous weight and was often used as a structural support in buildings' foundations?


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Question 8.
The famous Roman building known for its magnificent dome, rising above the interior in a perfect hemisphere, resting on a cylinder of exactly the same diameter is called the


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Question 9.
The most important Roman tragedian was


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Question 10.
The most spectacular musical instrument used by the Romans was


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Question 11.
A literary form in which the Romans claimed superiority over the Greeks was


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Question 12.
The forceful and confident teaching of the Buddha is called the


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