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Question 1: [4] The 2005 ________ Rome gives a fictionalized account of Caesar's rise and fall, featuring Kevin McKidd as the character of Lucius Vorenus and Ray Stevenson as the character of Titus Pullo.
Reality televisionSoap operaLost (TV series)Television program

Question 2: Commentarii de Bello Gallico (English: Commentaries on the Gallic War) is Julius Caesar's firsthand account of the ________, written as a third-person narrative.
AugustusGallic WarsPompeyRoman Republic

Question 3: It is often lauded for its polished, clear ________.
Vulgar LatinOld LatinRoman EmpireLatin

Question 4: Later books are about the campaigns against Veneti, Aquitani, Germanic peoples and Bretons; Caesar's invasions of Britain; the insurrection of Gaul,[1] and the defeat of Vercingetorix at the ________.
Roman RepublicAugustusJulius CaesarBattle of Alesia

Question 5: This would require the crossing either of Provence, or of areas held by tribes allied to ________.

Question 6: Caesar distinguishes three ethnic groups living in Gaul who were subdued by his forces: the Gauls, who lived in the center of the country; the Aquitani, who lived in what is now ________; and the Belgae, who lived in the north.

Question 7: The "Gaul" that Caesar refers to is sometimes all of Gaul except for the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis (modern day Provence), encompassing the rest of modern France, ________ and some of Switzerland.
DenmarkBelgiumSpainUnited Kingdom

Question 8: In it Caesar describes the battles and intrigues that took place in the nine years he spent fighting local armies in ________ that opposed Roman domination.
La Tène cultureGaulCeltsGauls

Question 9: Many of the campaigns end with the Roman ________ running down thousands of fleeing tribesmen, and often their women and children as well.

Question 10: In one instance he defeated a tribe and immediately sold all 53,000 survivors into ________.
SlaveryRacismUniversal suffrageAntisemitism

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