This activity includes a game "card" with 48 words from Ancient Rome. It also includes 48 questions with the answers in red from which the teacher may use to call out the questions (and have answers handy). If students know the answer, they cover that word with buttons or pennies, or chips or ink. They call out ROME-O if they get the answers correctly and get them in the traditional bingo fashion. Teacher checks this. The game can continue until all 48 questions have been read. Multiple students can get Romeo depending on how well they know material. Prizes can be awarded or extra points awarded. This is a game of skill and knowledge, not luck. It also includes the 48 questions without the answers which can be printed and used as a test, quiz or practice sheet.