The chief threat to Rome's eastern borders in the 160s were the
In the time of Marcus Aurelius, the method of imperial succession was
Who were the first Germanic Barbarians to invade Roman lands and when?
Who was Commodius' successor, and how did he become Emperor?
The Severi Emperors were of what professional and ethnic background?
Diocletian's reforms did not include
Constantine became Christian
Christianity's status under Constantine was
From 285-350, craftsmen were made
Master of the Military was
Which of the following is not a reason Germanic tribes presented little danger
prior to 200 CE?
The first Germans to convert to Christianity in large groups were
Why was Fritigern elected Visigothic leader?
Why did Visigothic-Roman hostilities break out in 378, leading to the Roman
What was the Barbarian attitude to Rome?
What pushed the Goths over the Danube?
What was Theodosius' contribution to Christianity?
The first sack of Rome was
What did Alaric, Athaulf, and Wallia want from Roman leaders?
Rome was split into two, East and West,
The Battle of Milvian Bridge was
The 325 Council of Nicaea established
Who was Augustine of Hyppo
When did Britain stop receiving Roman reinforcements?
The core of Roman society was
Why did Honoria write Atilla
Why did Atilla not move south against Marcian in Constantinople?
What was the importance to Rome of North Africa?
Zeno sent Theodoric west because
The foundation of Roman law was
When was the destructive Roman plague?
Germans left their 'reservations'
Where did the Visigoths end up?
Julian the Apostate was so-named
Why was Byzantium chosen as a new capital site?
What was the effective capital of Rome in the West?
Provide the proper sequence:
What was not one of the post-Roman kingdoms in the West to 530?