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Question 1: He pointed out that Superbus had come to rule by the murder of ________, his wife's father, next-to-the-last king of Rome.
Lucius Tarquinius PriscusCaelius VibennaServius TulliusLucius Tarquinius Superbus

Question 2: The Romans recorded events by consular year, keeping an official list in various forms called the ________, utilized by Roman historians.
FastiAugustusRoman calendarLivy

Question 3: The Romans had to face one intervention by the Etruscans (________) and another by the Latin League (Battle of Lake Regillus).
Lucius Tarquinius SuperbusHoratius CoclesEtruscan civilizationPublius Valerius Publicola

Question 4: Lucrece is also featured in William Shakespeare's 1594 long poem The Rape of Lucrece; he also mentioned her in Titus Andronicus, ________, and Twelfth Night (Malvolio authenticates his fateful letter by spotting Olivia's Lucrece seal).
OthelloHamletAs You Like ItHenry VI, Part 3

Question 5: The newly sworn revolutionary committee paraded the bloody corpse to the ________ and arriving there heard grievances against the Tarquins and began to enlist an army.
ComitiumRoman ForumRostraRome

Question 6: ________, last king of Rome, being engaged in the siege of Ardea, sent his son, Sextus Tarquinius, on a military errand to Collatia.
Servius TulliusLucius Tarquinius PriscusEtruscan civilizationLucius Tarquinius Superbus

Question 7: It was also adopted into an opera in 1946 by ________.
Benjamin BrittenPierre BoulezOlivier MessiaenDmitri Shostakovich

Question 8: Those selected were ________ from Rome and Lucius Junius Brutus from the camp at Ardea.
Julius CaesarRomulus and RemusPublius Valerius PublicolaCato the Elder

Question 9: Isagoras being the annual archon at ________;"[1] that is, 508/507 BC (the ancient calendars split years over modern ones).
GreeceHelsinkiStockholmAthens

Question 10: He complied and was replaced by ________.
Cato the ElderJulius CaesarPublius Valerius PublicolaRomulus and Remus
















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