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Where did Roman spectators watch chariot races? A. the Colosseum B. the Pantheon C. the Forum D. the Circus Maximus
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try A)
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ok
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anonymous
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see the answer A because the romans had use the colosseum for long time for the first olympics. such as fighting with horses and racing.
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np
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k
anonymous
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is it right?
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can you help me with another?
anonymous
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Where did Roman gladiators square off for combat against other gladiators or against wild beasts? A. the Colosseum B. the Pantheon C. the Forum D. the Circus Maximus
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hold up
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k
anonymous
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i thinking it is at the same place where the did the sports
anonymous
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i think it is A
anonymous
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okay
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How did the Roman government keep poor Romans from rebelling? A. the government offered them bread and circuses B. soldiers killed anyone who complained C. the government offered them plenty of jobs and housing
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is it right? can you let me know?
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b)
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yes when i submit.
anonymous
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thanks so mUCH!!!!
anonymous
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because romans where the best for torturing
anonymous
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no probs
anonymous
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lol i know i'm late but it is A
anonymous
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lol XD
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thanks guys! :)
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np any time
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What did the term bread and circuses refer to during the time of the Roman emperors? A. religious holidays and parades for the religious groups in Rome B. jobs and free housing for anyone who pledged loyalty to the empire C. free bread and entertainment for the poor D. the leisurely lifestyle of the Roman elite in which most Romans participated
anonymous
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hold up a sec
anonymous
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i think it is b or c
anonymous
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it is c
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@GirlyGamer011
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thanls and sorry the site shut down
anonymous
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oh ok
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and np
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im getting back on to the assessment
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ok
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i am here if you need me
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can you give me a fan?
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yes
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AND OMG THANK YOU
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np and for what?
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FOR HELPING ME!!! Thanks so much and srry for the caps
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np
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Which of the following describes an atrium? A. tiny pieces of colored tile arranged to form a picture or design B. a large, airy room inside the main entrance of a wealthy Roman's home C. the center where people meet to visit and conduct business D. stone channels used to carry water into the city from the surrounding hills
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hold up a sec
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k, thanks dude
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hehe
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hehe
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i think it is B)
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tell me if it is right?
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THANK YOUUU . im new on openstudy so im really weird
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dont worry
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How did the Romans bring water into the city from the surrounding hills? A. They pumped it into the city with hydraulic equipment. B. They channeled it through copper pipes under the streets. C. They built aqueducts that carried water from the hills to the city. D. They had thousands of slaves haul barrels of water in on carts.
anonymous
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iv'e gOT eight questions. and this is my sixth one
anonymous
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nice
anonymous
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it think it is C)
anonymous
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K thanks could you help me with my last two?????
anonymous
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sure
anonymous
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well i will try
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What is the Aeneid? A. the story of the war between the Mycenaeans and the Minoans, passed down through generations B. the first prose novel telling the story of the war between the Mycenaeans and the Trojans C. the most significant epic poem of Rome, written to emulate Greek epics D. the true story of Romulus and Remus as told by Roman historians
anonymous
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OK
anonymous
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you can cancel out any answer with a story in the wording
anonymous
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeneid
anonymous
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it is c
anonymous
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in the link i gave to you it says it is a poem not a story
anonymous
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but it also say it a story so it is kind of confusing
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@babygurl47672 can you help
anonymous
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@GirlyGamer011 try C)
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hello?
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ok @GirlyGamer011 i got to head out so just msg me through openstudy
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sorry
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i got 75 % not mastered :(
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sorry
anonymous
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its fine
anonymous
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it better that 50
anonymous
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i got two wrong
anonymous
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yes thats true
anonymous
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the first one was wrong and the third one
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o
anonymous
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with the colosuem
anonymous
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the first one was D the Circus Maximus
anonymous
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wait how!!!
anonymous
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i was pretty sure that it was the coloseum
anonymous
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idk
anonymous
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sometimes my online school can be wrong and confusing
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o
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and the third one was the government offered them bread and circuses
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gtg
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and o
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thanks bye
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np
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ive got some more assessments tho. but thanks

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