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    Ans to 1. Trajan, Augustus, Caligula, Commodus, Nero are the the emperors represented in the busts from left to right.
    Ans to 2. In order of facts from 1-5, the emperors they pertain to are Augustus, Caligula, Nero, Trajan and Commodus.

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    Trajan - facts no 4.
    Augustus - facts no 1.
    Gaius (Caligula) - facts no 2.
    Commodus - facts no 5.
    Nero - facts no 3.

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    Default Day 6. The city gates, Alosh, ts19.com

    Fact Number 1 >
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    Day 6. The city gates


    Soon you've come to the final point of your journey. You're about to save your friend settler, but first you have to enter the city.
    When you approach, you see the soldiers who are very confused with the task their king has given them. They share their problem with you.

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    - We need to put those busts on the correct tiles, but we mixed them up.
    - If you help us, we'll let you enter the city gates.


    Here are 5 facts about 5 emperors.

    1. After years of civil war in Rome, his rule was a time of peace called the Pax Romana (Roman peace). He established a standing Roman army, a network of roads, and rebuilt much of the city of Rome. He also exiled Ovid, a poet who wrote the "Art of Love," because he believed it was indecent.

    2. He wandered the palace throughout the night instead of sleeping, flew into public rages, and spoke to the moon and to Jupiter as if they were in confidence. He made his horse a senator, building it a stable of marble and inviting people to have dinner with the horse.

    3. He murdered his own mother, his first wife and allegedly, his second wife. In addition, ancient writers claim that he started the great fire of Rome so that he could re-build the city center.

    4. The Roman emperor was the first non-Italian emperor. He expanded Rome's territory to its farthest limits, and his designation as optimus princeps, "the best of princes", attests to his reputation. Was also responsible for the foundation of public schools for the education and maintenance of poor children in various parts of Italy.

    5. He was obsessed with gladiatorial combat. He performed personally in hundreds of games, often appearing both in and out of the stadium in the guise of Hercules. Also liked to play as a doctor, performing surgeries on healthy people, and wear women's clothes.

    Task:
    1) Name the emperors in the picture displayed (from left to right).
    2) Match the facts with those emperors.

    Answers:
    1) (From left to right)
    Trajan, Augustus, Caligula, Commodus, Nero.

    2)
    Fact Number 1 > Augustus
    Fact Number 2 > Caligula
    Fact Number 3 > Nero
    Fact Number 4 > Trajan
    Fact Number 5 > Commodus

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    1) Trajan/Traianus --> Augustus --> Caligula --> Commodus --> Nero
    2) 1. Augustus; 2. Caligula; 3. Nero; 4. Trajan/Traianus; 5. Commodus

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    1. From left to right - Trajan, Augustus, Caligula, Commodus and Nero.
    2. Name of emperors associated with the facts :-
    1. Augustus
    2. Caligula
    3. Nero
    4. Trajan
    5. Commodus

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    1) Trajan, Caligula, Augustus Caesar, Commodus, Nero
    2) 1 = Augustus Caesar, 2 = Caligula, 3 = Nero, 4 = Trajan, 5 = Commodus

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    From left to right.

    Trajan.
    Augustus. Caligula. Commodus. Nero.
    Fact 4 Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 5 Fact 3

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    Q1)
    1 Trajan, 2 Augustus, 3 Caligula, 4 Commodus, 5 Nero


    Q2)
    Augustus
    > After years of civil war in Rome, his rule was a time of peace called the Pax Romana (Roman peace). He established a standing Roman army, a network of roads, and rebuilt much of the city of Rome. He also exiled Ovid, a poet who wrote the "Art of Love," because he believed it was indecent.


    Caligula
    > He wandered the palace throughout the night instead of sleeping, flew into public rages, and spoke to the moon and to Jupiter as if they were in confidence. He made his horse a senator, building it a stable of marble and inviting people to have dinner with the horse.


    Nero
    > He murdered his own mother, his first wife and allegedly, his second wife. In addition, ancient writers claim that he started the great fire of Rome so that he could re-build the city center.


    Trajan
    > The Roman emperor was the first non-Italian emperor. He expanded Rome's territory to its farthest limits, and his designation as optimus princeps, "the best of princes", attests to his reputation. Was also responsible for the foundation of public schools for the education and maintenance of poor children in various parts of Italy.


    Commodus
    > He was obsessed with gladiatorial combat. He performed personally in hundreds of games, often appearing both in and out of the stadium in the guise of Hercules. Also liked to play as a doctor, performing surgeries on healthy people, and wear women's clothes.

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    From left to right:


    Trajan, Augustus, Caligula, Commodus, Nero


    Here are 5 facts about 5 emperors.


    1. Augustus
    After years of civil war in Rome, his rule was a time of peace called the Pax Romana (Roman peace). He established a standing Roman army, a network of roads, and rebuilt much of the city of Rome. He also exiled Ovid, a poet who wrote the "Art of Love," because he believed it was indecent.


    2. Caligula
    He wandered the palace throughout the night instead of sleeping, flew into public rages, and spoke to the moon and to Jupiter as if they were in confidence. He made his horse a senator, building it a stable of marble and inviting people to have dinner with the horse.


    3. Nero
    He murdered his own mother, his first wife and allegedly, his second wife. In addition, ancient writers claim that he started the great fire of Rome so that he could re-build the city center.


    4. Trajan
    The Roman emperor was the first non-Italian emperor. He expanded Rome's territory to its farthest limits, and his designation as optimus princeps, "the best of princes", attests to his reputation. Was also responsible for the foundation of public schools for the education and maintenance of poor children in various parts of Italy.


    5. Commodus
    He was obsessed with gladiatorial combat. He performed personally in hundreds of games, often appearing both in and out of the stadium in the guise of Hercules. Also liked to play as a doctor, performing surgeries on healthy people, and wear women's clothes.

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    1)Trajan, Augustus (Octavian), Caligula, Commodus, Nero
    2)1 .Fact 1 is about Augustus (Octavian) photo 2
    2 . Caligula - photo 3
    3 . Nero - photo 5
    4 .Trajan - photo 1
    5 . Commodus - photo 4

    I. Trajan, Augustus, Caligula, Commodus, Nero
    II.
    1 .Fact 1 is about Augustus (Octavian) photo 2
    2 . Caligula - photo 3
    3 . Nero - photo 5
    4 .Trajan - photo 1
    5 . Commodus - photo 4

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