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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The narrow trail is near a cliff which falls to the ___________ below.
2. Who has since died in great shame, which becomes Ephialtes' motivation?
(a) His father
(b) His brother
(c) His mother
(d) His sister
3. A Persian ____________ travels toward the Greek camp in order to speak with Leonidas
4. The Hot Gates themselves are a narrow ______________ gap at the base of a wall.
(b) Yards wide
(c) Inches wide
5. What do the men think of the answer to #106? What do the soldiers believe is happening?
(a) Persians are coming
(d) Oracle is warning them
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Leonidas believe the Persian King thinks he is?
2. The family of Ephialtes left ____________ and traveled north to get away.
3. Who refused to abandon Ephialtes' mother, which also helped to save him?
4. Spartan infants who show any ____________ are generally left to die.
5. The others in the army view Ephialtes' appearance with _________________ as he hulks over to see them.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Leonidas do in order to restore the honor of Stelios before the other men?
2. What formation does Leonidas command once he realizes the camels might prove problematic in battle?
3. Why wasn't Ephialtes left to die of exposure in the fields in Sparta like other deformed children?
4. After the initial assault of the Persians is defeated, what do the Persians do next to the Spartans?
5. What does Ephialtes hope to gain from fighting with the Spartan army as one of the soldiers?
6. What does Leonidas see as a major flaw in King Xerxes?
7. What happens when the Persian Ambassador decides to lash Dilios?
8. What has happened to the missing Persian scouting group?
9. What is the initial reaction to the Persian Ambassador when he comes into camp?
10. What tale does Dilios tell as the Persian Ambassador visits the Spartan camp?
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