Ancient Roman Architecture Quiz
Ancient Roman structures in Europe, Africa and Asia. Can you recognize them all? 12 Questions.
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One of the main landmarks of Rome. What's the name of this amphitheatre in the centre of the Eternal City?
Theatre of Marcellus
These Roman apartment buildings could be up to seven storeys high. What were they called?
This is the Arch of Septimius Severus in Leptis Magna. In what modern-day country can you find this structure?
Built in circa 126 AD, this is one of the best-preserved Roman temples in the Eternal City. What's the name of this beautiful building with its magnificent dome?
Basilica of Maxentius
Saint Peter's Basilica
This Roman lighthouse in Spain is thought to be modeled after the lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the original Seven Wonders of the World. What's the name of this almost 1900 years old tower?
Tower of Hercules
This was the northern city gate of Augusta Treverorum (now Trier, Germany). What's its name?
What's the name of this famous Roman aqueduct in Spain?
Aqueduct of Segovia
Pont du Gard
North of the Forum Romanum, this victory column was completed in 113 AD. What's its name?
Column of Constantine
This Roman temple of Bacchus is larger than the Parthenon in Greece. Where is it located?
This lighthouse is the one remaining of two Roman lighthouses in Portus Dubris. In what modern English town is it located?
The seat of the imperial Senate in Rome. What's its name?
The Bridge of Valerian was built by Roman prisoners of war in the 3rd century AD. In what modern-day country can you find this structure?
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