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Augustus' social legislation enacted to stop the decline of Roman morals
All of the following were Assyrian kings EXCEPT for
The largest area of Roman innovation in architecture was
Which of the following was NOT a major source of slaves in the Hellenistic world?
The early Neolithic revolution saw all of the following technical developments EXCEPT the
The Chief center of Minoan Crete was
Hellenistic education as embodied in the gymnasium
The prolific 'silver age' writer Seneca
The first of the Flavian emperors was
Which of the statements BEST describes the Julio- Claudian emperors?
Paul of Tarsus
Hesiod's famous poem about the pleasures of ordinary work is titled
For the Greeks, the term 'arete' described the
The Pelopossesian War resulted in
As Rome expanded, it became Roman policy to govern the provinces with officials known as
In ancient civilizations, bronze would replace copper because
Rome's conquest of the Italian Peninsula by 264 B.C. can be attributed in part to
Concerning social classes during early Roman Empire,
All of the following occurred during the reigns of the five 'good emperors' EXCEPT for
Which of the following important powers did Augustus NOT hold
The Babylonia creation epic was
The original Indo- Europeans possibly came from
Upon the death of Alexander
The focal points and sources of life for the ancient Egyptians were the
The 'golden age' historian Livy is well known for his
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Trade and commerce in the Early Empire
The Roman praetorian gaurds were
All of the following helped make Assyria an efficient military machine EXCEPT for
The theatrical center of the Hellenistic world and home of New Comedy was
Solomon's most revered contribution to the Hebrew society was to
The immediate cause of the First Punic War was
The Hebrew religion
The Greek historian Thucydides differed from Herodotus in that the former
To balance the power of kings and the Council of Elders, Spartan political reformers created the
A clear trend of Hellenistic cities was
The destruction of Jerusalem in 586 B.C. and the Babylonian Captivity of the Hebrews occurred at the hands of the
The Alexandrian scholar Euclid's most famous achievement was
Hellenistic sculpture
Early Greek philosophy attempted to
All of the following were conquered by Alexander EXCEPT
Roman provincial and frontier policy under Augustus was characterized by all of the following EXCEPT
Which of the following statements about Roman names is INCORRECT?
The philosophical school that stressed happiness through freeing oneself from a political life was
The Greek god of healing, thought responsible for miraculous cures in the Hellenistic period, was
The Athenian statesman who established the ten tribes and who weakened the aristocracy and increased the authority of the ordinary citizens was
An especially important cultural center with the largest library in ancient times was
Which of the following statements best applies to the status of women in Mesopotamian society?
Greek comedy was
The Hittites were
Among Augustus' key innovations in Roman provincial rule was his

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