Yes/No Ancient Roman Religion

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Can you name the yes/no facts about Ancient Roman religion?

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''Sit divus dum non sit vivus' (let him be a God as long as he is not alive)' was said by Caracalla, before murdering his brother Geta
Emperor Marcus Aurelius was a well established Cynic philosopher
The Emperor Antoninus Pius got his name due to his compelling the Senate to build a huge temple in the middle of the Forum
Gaius Julius Caesar was created a god after his death
The goddess Bona Dea was so sacred that men were not even allowed to know her name
Pliny the Elder declared that 'a sacrifice with a prayer is thought to be useless and not a proper consultation of the gods.'
An Augur foretold the future by studying the flight of birds
The first Christian Emperor of the Roman Empire was Constantine the Great
The Emperor Decius (249 - 251 AD) ordered every citizen to make a sacrifice to Roman gods, to suppress Christianity
Zeus was the Roman king of the gods
The religious head of Rome was the leader of the Senate
Cicero was a Pontiff
The god Terminus was the god of Death
After the Roman defeat at Cannae two Gauls and two Greeks were buried under the Forum Boarium
Vesta was the goddess of wrath

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