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Century Assembly: Quiz


Question 1: The Century Assembly (comitia centuriata or "Army Assembly") of the ________ was the democratic assembly originally of Roman soldiers.
Classical antiquityRoman EmpireAncient RomeRoman Republic

Question 2: Under this organization, the assembly was supposedly designed to mirror the Roman army during the time of the ________.
Ancient RomeRoman RepublicRoman KingdomRomulus and Remus

Question 3: In 107 BC, in response to high unemployment and a severe manpower shortage in the army, the general and Consul ________ reformed the organization of the army, and allowed individuals with no property to enlist.
Lucius Cornelius SullaGaius MariusJulius CaesarPompey

Question 4: The ________ was based on units called "Centuries", which were comparable to Companies in a modern army.
Roman NavyRoman armyAuxiliaries (Roman military)Imperial Roman army

Question 5: [2] The Century Assembly could also pass a law that granted constitutional command authority, or "________", to Consuls and Praetors (the lex de imperio or "Law on Imperium"), and Censorial powers to Censors (the lex potestate de censoria or "Law on Censorial Powers").
Cursus honorumImperiumDecemviriByzantine Empire

Question 6: Roman citizenship
Roman consulAncient RomeCursus honorumPraetor

Question 7: Roman Republic
508 BC27 BC
27 BC onwards
Roman EmpireByzantine EmpireWestern Roman EmpireAncient Rome

Question 8: Dictator
Magister Equitum
Tribuni militum consulari potestateRoman KingdomRoman lawAedile

Question 9: Each lictor carried the symbol of state power, the ________, which was a bundle of white birch rods, tied together with a red leather ribbon into a cylinder, and with a blade on the side, projecting from the bundle.
United StatesFascesFascist symbolismAncient Rome

Question 10: The Century Assembly was supposedly founded by the legendary ________ Servius Tullius, less than a century before the founding of the Roman Republic in 509 BC.
Henry IV, Holy Roman EmperorKing of the RomansHoly Roman EmpireCharles IV, Holy Roman Emperor


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