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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After Barabbas stops praying, what does he do when Sahak prays?
(a) Stands guard over Sahak.
(b) Hums to cover the sound of Sahak's prayers.
(c) Keeps on working.
2. Who is the "great prophet" that Sahak refers to?
3. Why does the one-eyed slave wear a wooden frame around his neck?
(a) As punishment for attempting escape.
(b) To help turn the mill wheel.
(c) To prevent him from eating the flour.
(d) To help bear the weight of the sacks.
4. What was inscribed on the back of Sahak's slave medallion?
(a) A cross.
(b) The name of the mine owner.
(c) Symbols that represent Jesus' name.
(d) The mark of the Roman state.
5. What do the other slaves in the mill wear?
(b) Slave uniforms.
(c) Plain linen robes.
(d) Leather jerkins.
6. Whom does Barabbas kill at the stoning pit?
(a) The potter.
(b) The blind man.
(c) The Pharisee.
(d) The true believer.
7. Why does Sahak believe he had been the recipient of a miracle?
(a) Because his lame leg had been healed.
(b) Because he had been moved from the furnaces to the mine.
(c) Because his father had been blind.
(d) Because he had been spared from crucifixion.
8. What does Barabbas do once Sahak is dead?
(a) He stabs the soldiers.
(b) He falls to his knees.
(c) He cries out to God.
(d) He weeps in private.
9. What does Barabbas think about as he carries the hare-lipped girl's body?
(a) Of the fat woman.
(b) Of murdering the Christians.
(c) Of a time when he told her he loved her.
(d) Of his own death.
10. What does the blind man find offensive about the hare-lipped girl?
(a) She tell stories of the Son of God returning to heal the sick and create a new world.
(b) She is physically ugly.
(c) She is an unmarried woman seen walking with an unmarried man.
(d) She should beg and take scraps like he does.
11. Where do Barabbas and Sahak sleep at night?
(a) On low planks of wood outside the mine.
(b) Beside the smelting pit.
(c) Underground, in the mine.
(d) In the cave, near the mill.
12. How does Barabbas act towards his former friends after he buries the hare-lipped girl?
13. What do Barabbas and Sahak speak of for the first few days above ground?
(a) The smell of the air.
(b) Their miraculous escape from the mine.
(c) The hard work of plowing.
(d) The harsh overseer.
14. What does Barabbas mention to Sahak that sparks a conversation?
(a) He is a Hebrew.
(b) He is a Christian.
(c) He knew Sahak's father.
(d) He also received a miracle.
15. What mark does Eliahu's attack leave on Barabbas?
(a) A pain in his side.
(b) The scar on his cheek.
(c) A wound on his leg.
(d) A mark of his hands.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Barabbas do the night after the stoning?
2. Why does the one-eyed slave only have one eye?
3. How do Barabbas and Sahak feel about their above ground work?
4. How does being above ground affect Barabbas and Sahak's relationship?
5. What does Sahak show the one-eyed slave?
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