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Gods and Goddesses Chariot Racing Roman History Religious Festivals
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Who was Jupiter?
The Romans worshipped this god as a prime deity.
200
What was their end?
Many racers met this on the track.
200
Who is Julius Caesar?
This is a Roman dictator who is (incorrectly) though to have invented a salad of the same name.
200
What was, "I give what you might give?"
This was the phrase that Roman Religious Festivals was based off.
400
What were the Sun and Moon cults?
These two cults were quickly gaining popularity.
400
What were sharp pieces of metal?
Crazed fans would throw these at the racers' heads.
400
What was the Colosseum?
This is another arena in Rome that is infamous for gladiatorial battles.
400
What were rituals and sacrifices?
The religious festivals were filled with these two things.
600
Who was Ceres?
This goddess has a temple built into the Circus.
600
What was the wealth of important people?
Many of the races represented this.
600
What was Latin?
The Ancient Romans spoke this language.
600
What was the Imperial Cult of Rome.
The festivals were sanctioned by the Imperial what?
800
What was the sky?
Jupiter was god of this domain.
800
What was 4 to 12?
This was the range of the number of horses that pulled the chariots.
800
What was the Tiber river?
This is the name of the river that flowed next to the Circus.
800
What were drums and flutes?
These are two traditional Roman instruments.
What was agriculture, grain crops, fertility, and motherly relations.
Ceres was goddess of these domains.
What were red, white, green and blue?
These were the colors of the racing teams.
What were snakes?
Romans were put in a bag of these and drowned in a well as a punishment.
What is nothing?
This is the meaning of life.




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