Welcome to Rome trivia! Get ready to test your knowledge of the ancient city of Rome, the eternal city that has captivated the world for centuries. From its foundation by Romulus and Remus in 753 BC, to its rise as a superpower and eventual fall, learn all the fascinating facts and stories of Rome's storied past. With its monuments, palaces, and architectural wonders, Rome has been a center of power, art and culture, and it continues to influence the world today. Take this quiz and see how much you know about the city of Rome!
1) What is the name of the first Roman emperor?
2) Who wrote the epic poem Aeneid?
3) How many years did the Roman Empire last?
4) What language did the Romans primarily speak?
5) What was the name of the Roman Republic?
6) Who assassinated Julius Caesar?
7) Who built the first aqueduct system in Rome?
8) How did the Roman Empire expand its territories?
9) Who was the last ruler of the Roman Empire?
10) What was the main form of entertainment in Ancient Rome?
11) What were the people of Ancient Rome known for?
12) Which Roman emperor was responsible for the construction of the Roman Colosseum?
13) What is the Roman goddess of love called?
14) What was the capital of the Roman Empire?
15) What did Roman gladiators fight in the Colosseum?
16) What religion was practiced in Ancient Rome?
17) How many hills does the city of Rome stand on?
18) What did Roman soldiers wear for protection?
19) Who is the Roman god of war?
20) How were leaders of Ancient Rome chosen?
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