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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. What kind of grain was stolen in Ostia?
(a) Sicilian.
(b) Roman.
(c) Egyptian.
(d) Cragun.

2. What kind of feast is the Ludi Meglenses?
(a) Symbolic.
(b) Political.
(c) Religious.
(d) Relational.

3. What is Polyxena's position?
(a) Servant.
(b) Vestal Virgin.
(c) Senator.
(d) Matriarch.

4. What did Sulla abolish when he was in command?
(a) The Assembly.
(b) The Military.
(c) The Temple.
(d) The Senate.

5. Who is Gaius Marius?
(a) A famous soldier.
(b) The first Governor of Rome.
(c) A First Man of Rome.
(d) A Roman God.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does Catalus try to get Caesar to not run for the Pontifus Maximus?

2. Why does someone say Caesar is a better man than Pompey?

3. Who does Cornelius work for?

4. How many theaters are made for the Ludi Meglenses?

5. How many of the Boni run for Pontifus Maximus against Caesar?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why have so many people pledged their loyalty to Caesar?

2. What do Caesar and Servilia do during their private meetings?

3. How does Cato learn of his wife's infidelity?

4. What does Caesar think must be changed radically in Rome, at the beginning of the book?

5. What does Clodius do after being robbed?

6. How do the Boni try to stop Caesar from being elected as the Pontifus Maximus?

7. How does Ptolemny get on Clodius's revenge list?

8. What does Caesar rely on to get elected as the Pontifus Maximus?

9. What rumor does Clodius spread about Lucius?

10. Why does Aurelia get upset with Pompeia's alliance with Claudians?

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