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Half True Half False XIII
Here's a quiz about the ancient Romans. Can you distinguish the truth from the falsehoods?
In order to keep eating, ancient Romans would regurgitate and keep on eating.
Emperor Nero's horse lived in a marble stable with an ivory manger.
Caligula tried to make his horse a Consul, the highest elected office in Rome.
Ancient Rome had about 50 communal toilets where people socialized.
Ancient Romans used urine to clean clothes.
To aid fertility, Roman physicians recommended rabbit's blood.
Since there were few women in ancient Rome, Romans would capture them from neighboring tribes.
The word 'decimate' comes from Ancient Rome where an award was given for every 10th enemy soldier killed in battle.
On the opening day of the Colosseum, 5000 animals were killed.
It is estimated that over a million people and 2 million animals were killed at the Colosseum.
The word 'sinister' is derived from the ancient Roman word meaning 'left'.
In ancient Rome, when children couldn't fall asleep mothers would put urine in their diapers.
Ancient Romans ate stuffed flamingos.
In ancient Rome, girls were expected to be married by the age of 18.
Ancient Romans recorded UFO sightings.
Romans used powdered goat brains as toothpaste.
After killing his wife and mother, Nero's last words were "What an artist I die!"
In ancient Rome, to make sure that gladiators weren't faking their death, they would be fed to the lions and other carnivores.
Julius Caesar hated being bald and anyone that stood above him and looked at his bald patch was sentenced to death.
After Cicero was murdered for criticizing Rome, Fulvia, wife of another politician, repeatedly stuck his testicles with her hairpin.
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