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Question 1: It is last written of in the reign of ________.
ElagabalusHadrianAugustusSeptimius Severus

Question 2:
Which of the following labels did Roman Forum work with?
HOF
G-Force Records
Virgin/EMI
Imperial Comitium

Question 3:
Which of the following titles did Roman Forum have?
Escapisms in a Comedic Forum
Roman Forum
Global Irish Economic Forum
Mechademia: an Annual Forum for Anime, Manga, and the Fan Arts

Question 4: The Forum Piscarium, dedicated to the commerce of ________, between the Capitoline hill and the Tiber, in the area of the current Roman Ghetto,
FishPelagic fishFish anatomyForage fish

Question 5: Its basilicas, although originally designed as government offices, were the bases of the first elaborate ________ churches.
JesusChristianityChristianCatholic Church

Question 6: After the death of Caesar and the ________, the victor erected the Temple to the Deified Caesar an act of raising the status of his uncle to, not just a political position, but making him a god in the eyes of the Empire.
Battle of ActiumFinal War of the Roman RepublicMark AntonyAugustus

Question 7: 80 years later the Basilica Julia would be built along with the new ________ moving both the judicial offices and the senate itself.
RostraRoman ForumCuria JuliaComitium

Question 8: These shrines developed into the Republic's formal ________, where the Senate, as well as Republican government began.
ComitiumRoman KingdomRomulus and RemusAncient Rome

Question 9: Over time the Comitium was lost to the ever-growing Curia and to ________'s rearrangements before his assassination in 44 BC.
Lucius Cornelius SullaRoman RepublicPompeyJulius Caesar

Question 10: These include its ancient former royal residency the Regia as well as the surrounding complex of the ________, both of which were rebuilt after the rise of imperial Rome.
AugustusAncient RomeVestal VirginReligion in ancient Rome
















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