Statistics for Ancient Rome by letter: 'C'

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  • The average score is 13 of 21

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QuestionAnswer% Correct
The name given to the junior emperors during the TetrarchyCaesar
100%
The nickname given to the son of Germanicus and third emperorCaligula
100%
Hannibal's home cityCarthage
100%
Fourth emperor, and conqueror of BritanniaClaudius
94%
This emperor converted himself, and therefore the empire, to ChristianityConstantine
89%
The city established in 330 CE that would go on to become the capital of the Byzantine EmpireConstantinople
89%
Known as Rome's wealthiest man, and one member of the First TriumvirateCrassus
89%
Famous politician, lawyer and orator of the late RepublicCicero
83%
Roman name for modern-day ScotlandCaledonia
72%
One of the two generals at Philippi responsible for the assassination of Julius CaesarCassius
67%
Roman magistrate responsible for public morality, among other thingsCensor
61%
Goddess of agriculture, equivalent to the Greek DemeterCeres
61%
Decisive battle of the Second Punic War, fought in 216 BCE; the Carthaginians were victoriousCannae
50%
Battle of 53 BCE where the Romans suffered a heavy defeat and legionary standards were captured by the ParthiansCarrhae
44%
Senator who ended many of his orations with 'Carthego delenda est'Cato
44%
The part of Gaul on the Roman side of the AlpsCisalpine Gaul
44%
Distinguished patrician family, rivals of the Fabii and united with the Julii Caesares by LiviaClaudii
28%
Conspiracy against the consulship of CiceroCatiline Conspiracy
22%
Influential Roman poet, born 84 BCE, died 54 BCECatullus
22%
Fifth century BCE Roman general whose cognomen is the title of a Shakespeare playCoriolanus
17%
The name for boots worn by Roman legionaries (plural)Caligae
11%

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