Each word in the crossword is a key term in the study of Ancient Rome. This is a quiz which could be used when teaching a history module, or as an introduction to Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The vocabulary covers society, customs, architecture, clothing, and government.
There are 34 words/clues in the crossword. The words used in the crossword include aqueduct, architecture, arena, atrium, baths, catacombs, chariot, citizen, Colosseum, consul, corruption, democracy, dictator, empire, forum, gladiator, governor, latin, legate, legion, mosaic, patrician, plebeian, republic, senate, senator, slave, tax, toga, tribune, triumvirate, tunic, villa and vomitorium.
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A word bank is included to assist students.
The second page of the document is the solution to the puzzle.