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CBSE Class 11 History - MCQ and Online Tests - Unit 3 - An Empire Across Three Continents

CBSE Class 11 History – MCQ and Online Tests – Unit 3 – An Empire Across Three Continents

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CBSE Class 11 History – MCQ and Online Tests – Unit 3 – An Empire Across Three Continents

Question 1.
The Roman Empire got the best kind of wine from the city of
(a) Byzaciuma
(b) Campania
(c) Naples
(d) Sicily


Answer: (b) Campania

Question 2.
What were Amphorae?
(a) A type of army
(b) A type of container
(c) A type of district administrator
(d) None of the above


Answer: (b) A type of container

Question 3.
Augustus, the first Roman Emperor was called the leading citizen whose Latin term is
(a) Basileus
(b) Dominus
(c) Princeps
(d) Res gestae


Answer: (c) Princeps

Question 4.
Saint Augustine was bishop of the North African city of
(a) Annaba
(b) Algeria
(c) Hippo
(d) Numidia


Answer: (c) Hippo

Question 5.
The emperor who made Christianity the official religion in the Roman Empire was
(a) Alexander
(b) Augustus
(c) Constantine
(d) Nero


Answer: (c) Constantine

Question 6.
Roman ruler _____ was considered as the leading citizen only to show that he was not the absolute ruler.
(a) Augustus
(b) Constantine
(c) Gallienus
(d) Tiberius


Answer: (a) Augustus

Question 7.
The religion of Islam arose during the
(a) 5th century CE
(b) 8th century CE
(c) 6th century CE
(d) 7th century CE


Answer: (d) 7th century CE

Question 8.
Christianity became the state religion of the Roman Empire in the
(a) 1st century CE
(b) 2nd century CE
(c) 3rd century CE
(d) 4th century CE


Answer: (d) 4th century CE

Question 9.
The Roman silver coin, known as the denarius, weighed _________ gm of pure silver.
(a) 2
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) 5


Answer: (c) 4

Question 10.
In Roman urban life, the entertainment shows called spectacular happened for at least
(a) 150 days
(b) 160 days
(c) 167 days
(d) 176 days


Answer: (d) 176 days



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